The Shooters and Fishers Party's Robert Borsak has been interviewed on Sydney radio about gun laws and the Adler lever-actioned shotgun.

Snap Shots: Borsak bites back


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Borsak bites back

We lead with this link to a radio interview that Robert Borsak, from the Shooters and Fishers Party, did on Radio 2SER about gunlaws and the Adler lever action shotgun. It’s clear the announcer had some preconceived ideas but I think you’ll agree that Borsak came out on top. Great work Rob!

Mini gun amnesty in Gippsland, Vic

Police in Gippsland, Victoria, are calling on the public to surrender unwanted firearms and prohibited weapons in a miny amnesty to be held in Sale and Bairnsdale. According to Vic Police News the move comes after a spate of firearm thefts in the area.

African village feels the effect of hunting ban

From the New York Times comes this piece about what happens to African communities when hunting is banned. This report documents the case of a village in Botswana, where hunting was banned two years ago. Lions now eat the livestock while the herdsmen live in terror, elephants trample the crops, the income once used for housing, plumbing, toilets and scholarships has disappeared. Needless to say those affected are calling for the return of hunting.

Boa constrictor on the lose

Authorities are warning that a boa contrictor missing in Queensland may be about to wake from hibernation and start hunting. According to the Gold Coast Bulletin, Police mistakenly released the South American retile on a beach at The Spit in March after finding it in a mall at Surfers Paradise.

Fox hunting video

We finish with this cool little video clip showing a fox whistled up and dispatched in the Sydney area. ┬áIt’s only two minutes long but worth a look.


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