Feel free to get over there and be part of the conversation. https://www.whaleoil.co.nz/2017/04/knock-feather-labour-mp-prepared-admit-wrong/
We endorse COLFO’s post but would also suggest the vast majority of licenced firearm owners want the report scrapped and see police use the existing legislative tools to prevent guns getting into criminal hands. The last thing gun owners want in Stuart Nash’s point 2
Stuart Nash has provided Licenced Firearm Owners with a brief video on his outcomes from Thursdays meeting.
Anyone who was there or watched our live feed, please let us know what you think and if this is an accurate reflection on what gun owners want. This is a summary from the public meeting on firearms last Thursday, and what I've said I
Yesterday firearm owners met with Stuart Nash to express their concerns. Stuart has uploaded a “sanitised” version to his facebook page
We thought you might like the the “hard questions” version instead. A timeline is listed below so that you can jump to the juicy bits. 00:00 Im not here to defend that report 00:08 Registration – whats the point of doing it? 00:20
Stuart Nash’s Napier meeting – live Stuart Nash's Napier meeting Posted by Firearm Owners United NZ on Thursday, 27 April 2017
Congratulations Licenced Firearm Owners. Politicians from both major parties have finally realised how important we are at this election!
Congratulations Licenced Firearm Owners. Politicians from both major parties have finally realised how important we are at this election! Labour’s Stuart Nash has admitted he is out of his depth on the topic of how to prevent firearms getting into criminal hands and he is
The team at FOUNZ would like to wish Peter Maxwell, the editor at New Zealand Guns & Hunting, all the best for the future
Peter and his magazine have always supported gun rights and politics through his editorials and COLFO, Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand newsletters. We have featured his editorials here at FOUNZ. The industry looks forward to continued political support from the new editor Nik Maxwell
Fish and Game and Federated Farmers have both come out to condemn the select committee’s recommendations and the lies of Cahill of the police association.
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ruralnews/audio/201840956/midday-rural-news-for-20-april-2017 http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=11842521 Do you know a farmer or bird hunter who doesn’t follow us? Please share this or tag them or even email a link to them so they can see that their organisations are against proposals they probably don’t even know are on
That display of lies only helps galvanise the licenced firearm owner community. In response, this media release was issued by Richard Prosser MP – New Zealand First List MP Spokesperson for Outdoor Recreation POLICE SECRETARY OUT OF LINE OVER HUNTING RIFLE COMMENTS Police Association president
Chris Cahill states – ” We need to examine why semi-automatics are needed in a hunting environment ” Remember – he’s talking about duck hunters and small game shooters shotguns and Ruger 1022’s. He then goes on to state – and this is when the