Audit of National Gun Laws

The GCA will seek a national audit of gun laws across Australia. The audit will assess each State and Territory’s compliance with the 1996 Port Arthur, National Agreement on Firearms. 

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  • commented 2016-08-13 16:59:17 +1000
    “proper clinical mental test” that is probably the best idea yet, given that studies in Germany have found that people with guns are of a more stable mental disposition than the rest of the population. And as for drug testing? I have to endure regular drug testing so I can earn a wage to pay for those on centre link benefits. And they are not tested! how does that work? And finally. “no more than 5 guns”. Given that most of our olympic shooters use more than 5 for competitions. Are we to prevent them from winning gold?
  • commented 2016-08-13 14:39:25 +1000
    Need a proper clinical mental test and drug test and yearly i found offending
    Better control on guns in city homes recommend no more the 5 for armature use
  • commented 2015-11-07 10:22:02 +1100
    perhaps Australia should be following the lead of countries that have a very low rate of gun crime per head of population and copy what they do?
    Countries like New Zealand, where semi automatic rifles are legal and silencers are in some areas required.
    Or Canada, where the registration of long arms like rifles and shotguns, has been abandoned by the government as being too expensive and didn’t affect the crime rate.
  • commented 2015-10-05 15:07:39 +1100
    You should be seeking an Audit of Martin Bryant’s incarceration first.