Firearms United has analyzed the proposal drafted by the Finnish authorities which contains strict and unnecessary interpretation of the directive.
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
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 Anders Ygeman  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.
Firearms United in supporting case is Swedish supreme court because every war is won one battle at a time and never through defensive actions only! Swedish authorities were active in trying to support the firearms directive and additional restrictions to everyone in EU to support their own agenda in Sweden, but now is time to fight back!
Yesterdays tragedy in Stockholm was a surreal awakening that the Sweden of old is since long gone. As such this attack upon Swedish society was just a question about when and not if? Sweden has before been the target for Islamic terrorism, the Christmas of 2010 when the islamic militant Taimour Abdulwahab from Tranås, who had become radicalized in Luton, … Read More
Situation update: As we have indicated earlier the European Parliament will vote on the firearms directive on 14th of March. Firearms United staff has worked overtime to provide you with the summary of the current situation: The voting will work with the following principle if it follows the standard protocol: First there is a majority vote on whether the current … Read More