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!
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.
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!
Je nám líto, tato položka je k dispozici pouze v English, Deutsch, Français, Español and Português For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in this site default language. You may click one of the links to switch the site language to another available language. PLEASE SHARE AND ACT: EU COMMISSION WILL ENABLE ORIGINAL EUGUNBAN PROPOSAL Perhaps it … Read More
Dear Mrs. Mizzi, I read your circular email which repeatedly asks presents a question: What you need it for? My name is David Karasek, a spokesman of Czech firearms rights association, and I am answering your question from an Eastern Europe perspective. To be honest, your reply angered me at first, but then I thought about it more deeply and … Read More
Commissioner Elżbieta Bieńkowska ( European Commission ) claimed 100.000 deaths in ten years by legally-held firearms and said law abiding citizens should not own semi-automatic firearms at all. Snippets of Commissioner’s speech: I think that first we have to limit the access to automatic and semi-automatic firearms. Such assault weapons are not necessary for sport shooting. Hunters in some member states are … Read More
FIREARMS UNITED is against the whole “Proposal of the European Parliament and Council amending Council Directive 91/477/EEC on control of the acquisition and possession of weapons (Firearms Directive)” The reasons: no impact assessment; not in accordance with REFIT; useless rules that do not solve any problem; useless rules which only affect legal gunowners while doing nothing about illegal guns; useless … Read More