Article by Pierangelo Tendas (All4Shooters.com) News come from Brussels, and they aren’t that good at all: it’s time to mobilize again! The week didn’t start with good news regarding our stuggle against the planned EU’s totalitarian gun ban. The draft report from IMCO President, MEP Vicky Ford, is rumored to be on the edge of being shot down for being « too … Read More
Article by Pierangelo Tendas (All4Shooters.com) As the European Commission and GENVAL keep up the pressure in support of the EU gun ban, Firearms United calls all European gun owners to action Whoever thought that the battle for the defense of our rights against the gun grab attempts of the European Commission and other EU institutions would be over − even just … Read More
Article by Pierangelo Tendas (All4Shooters.com) The plans for an European-wide gun ban are still being discussed at the European Parliament, Commission, and Council. After the latest, shameful attempt to have it « swiftly passed » after the March 22nd Brussels bombing, a hope comes from where the European gun owners’ community expected it the least: Great Britain. British hopes And indeed a British … Read More
When the province of Quebec refused to destroy data collected on firearms registration as ordered by the Federal government, Canada’s National Firearms Association (NFA) acted. The Quebec government had sought the right to make use of that data to maintain a provincial firearms registry in Quebec. The federal government disagreed and the matter went to court in Quebec and wound … Read More
Unimondo, the Italian branch of OneWorld, an enormous pacifist organization, publicly attacked the Italian branch of Firearms United in an article wich is almost funny, full of prejudices, errors and exagerations. The article can be found here with automatical translation: The shooting at the Court of Milan and the gun lobby In a social climate more and more tense and with … Read More
Australia has been turned into a “nation of victims” by gun control laws, Liberal Democratic senator David Leyonhjelm believes. He says this week’s Sydney cafe siege would have been less likely to happen if the gunman thought his hostages might be carrying concealed weapons. “That nutcase who held them all hostage wouldn’t have known that they were armed and bad … Read More
Speech of Hans-Herbet Kusgen, President of World Forum of Shooting Activities (WSAF).
Speech of German Association of Manufacturers of Sporting and Hunting Firearms and Ammunition Managing Director, Mr. Klaus Gotzen.