Dutch Government Uses EU Directive to try out Racial Discrimination

Dutch government really takes the cake with its local implementation proposal to introduce factors like “race, ethinicity, political views and religion” into the Weapons and Ammunition Act. They must have figured out that “stereotypes are nice because they save time!” or something…

#EUGunban: Implementation in France

The EU weapons directive (EUGunban) was presented in November 2015 only a few days after the attack in France. It was adopted in March 2017 after a long and hard struggle in Brussels with many changes. It is to be implemented in all EU countries by September 1st 2018 into national laws. In France, the timetable has been adhered to. … Read More

Consolidation of shooters in Poland

Dear all, I would like to share some important news with you. First, we will change the legal formula of Firearms United. We will change into Association of Associations. This is required to allow organizations working in countries, fighting for our right to bear arms, to formally cooperate and associate for the common cause. It is a necessary step for … Read More

European Commission: Banning bullets – do it for the Birds!

European Commission is not done with shooting community yet: the misguided attempt to ban guns failed due to actions taken by the European shooters community under the banners of Firearms United and many, many other organizations. Now get ready for round 2: Bullet ban!

The Czech Have Challenged the Faulty Firearms Directive in Court!

Now it is official – The misguided firearms directive will be challenged in the ECJ (European Court of Justice)

The Czech ministry of Interior has filed a suit 9th of August to prevent the implementation of the EU Firearms Directive, which would help the national authorities of the Member States to not implement the already faulty directive on national level.

Swedish Minister of Interior was fired yesterday – and You should be happy about it!

Swedish Minister of Interior Anders Ygeman [1] was fired yesterday – and You should be happy about it!

But why should you care?

Well, mr Ygeman has been rabid anti-gunner and has used his favourite phrase “We must consider public safety!” to hammer law abiding citizens with further restrictions on legal gun ownership and worked hard to hammer through further restrictions from EU level down to the member states.