American anti-gunners adore Australian gun control laws. After all, it’s the country they most want to see the United States model itself after. However, it seems that despite its tough gun laws, parts of Australia are having serious issues. As far as regulation goes, gun control is one area you’d hope government got right. But it appears this is not the case in Western Australia. WA Police “has significant weaknesses in its regulatory controls and information systems”, says state Auditor General Caroline Spencer in a new audit looking at the effectiveness of WA Police’s regulatory approach to firearms licensing and monitoring, and key information systems used to support these functions. Assessments and decision making “lack demonstrated rigour and transparency”, increasing the risk the wrong decision will be made, says the auditor. “Further, the audit also found there is limited monitoring of compliance with licence conditions, and when police does inspect, it is not informed by a documented risk assessment. Police is also slow to follow up when licences have expired or for deceased estate firearms. Continued ⬇️⬇️⬇️
U.S.A. -(Ammoland.com)- The United States Department of Justice has submitted an Amicus Curiae (friend of the court) brief on the New York Rifle and Pistol Club case. The Supreme Court has agreed to decide the case. It will likely be hearing oral arguments on the case in October of 2019. The brief, submitted by Solicitor General Noel J. Francisco, concludes the Supreme Court should reverse the appeals court ruling and hold the New York City law to be unconstitutional. The brief argues the New York law violates both the right to bear arms outside the home and the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution. The brief does not address the right to carry firearms outside the home for purposes of defense of self, others, and the community, which is an obvious part of bearing arms. The argument submitted is well stated in the summary of the brief. Here is the summary of the amicus curiae brief submitted by the United States Justice Department. From supremecourt.gov: Continued ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Bullshit aside... this tweaker Ashley came to our house. Sat on our couch, cased the house, and moved our shit around... then left her phone... cops wont trespass because we only have video and her personal belongings. Its things like this that makes me carry. #ccw#concealedcarry#lakecounty#florida P.s. if you leave your phone... I'll find all your information before I turn it over to the sheriff...
I don’t shoot my G19 nearly enough, so I figured that the outlaw defensive firearm matches would be fun practice. Minus one stage with a cluster double feed death lock and for having not shot irons in....8 months it was a great time 🤘. #glock#rangetime#idpa#uspsa#ccw#edc#allaboutthedotlife