An open letter to Monsieur Jean-Claude Juncker

In these days of information technology words travel quickly and hence it is hardly surprising that many Europeans are well aware that the EU-Commission and you personally are putting pressure upon the European Parliament to concede to your demands regarding the Firearms Directive. The latter can at first glance only be described as a work of haste since it was … Read More

07/01/2016 – Firearms Directive Conference in Malta

Second conference on the impact of the EU Firearms Directive revision – Grand Hotel Excelsior, Floriana, Malta on Saturday 7th January at 2:00pm The conference is being organised by AACTS and AMACS in collaboration with FIREARMS UNITED. Speakers from the three organisations, FESAC, FACE and IPSC as well as the Minister for Home Affairs of Malta will report on progress … Read More

WRITE TO OR CALL YOUR MEPs NOW!

PLEASE SHARE AND ACT: EU COMMISSION WILL ENABLE ORIGINAL EUGUNBAN PROPOSAL Perhaps it is due to our facts which we presented last Wednesday in Brussels and which were not spread by media at all – even when we made a paid press release. It seems no journalist or online magazin forwarded this information, even when it got 1 million views. We … Read More

EU-Gunban would weaken defense market for police

The companies which sell semi-automatic firearms to authorised civilians are the same which sell products to our defense. Europe’s 2.55 million police officers and 820,000 1st responders are facing ISIS terror attacks and threats coupled with the surge in entry of 1.8 million migrants (UN data) with far greater complexity than ever before. The Western European police forces are ill … Read More

EU split on semi-automatic weapons

Article of EUobserver by NIKOLAJ NIELSEN of 14/11/16: EU lawmakers are meeting on Tuesday (15 November) for another round of backroom talks to curb gun violence and prevent terrorists from acquiring weapons on the black market. Debates around the European Commission’s EU firearms directive reform, proposed in the aftermath the Paris November terrorist attacks, appears to be advancing as positions converge … Read More

Every proposal must be based on an impact assessment study and a debate

FIREARMS UNITED Conference – Dita CHARANZOVÁ MEP – ALDE I am in the EU business for more than 12 years. I was hoping that the Commission under the president, Mr. Juncker, will follow the Smart regulation principle. Unfortunately this piece of legislation is not, what I consider of smart regulation. Every proposal for legislation must be based on a impact … Read More

Urge your MEP to visit our conference – live or virtually!

The conference, due to the huge number of participants and co-organizers, promises to be the most important ever held in Brussels on the subject of gun control, and will be an important occasion to reveal and explain to MEPs the lies on which the European Commission has built its ignoble proposal. It will also be a point of direct contact … Read More

UN’s Hypocrisy on Arms

Guns Week asked this week, if  the outcome of the U.S. Presidential elections could have repercussions on the European fight against senseless gun control measures and if the  victory of the anti-gunners in the U.S. could provide new strength to the anti-gunners in Europe. Read more: Gun Ban: US and EU, two shores of one same dividing Ocean The US plays a … Read More