AHP #149 – Clem Wheatley Of Shooters Fishers & Farmers Party QLD

Shooters Fishers & Farmers Party are getting close to getting registered in Queensland and are content on contesting the state election in late 2017 or early 2018. The Labor party is holding on by a thread over the Liberal Party with only 1 seat. The Labor party is no friend of gun owners in QLD and they are one of the last few states to hold off the reclassification of lever action shotguns.

Clem shares his opinions on:

  • Why he got involved with the SFFP
  • Registration of firearms, appearance laws, and self defence.
  • A consistent media message across all platforms
  • What issues are affecting gun openers in QLD
  • How they intend to get the party registered in QLD
  • What they can offer over other pro gun parties in QLD

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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AHP #145 – Cheryl Arnol of Shooters Fishers & Farmers Party Tasmania

40 year shooting veteran Cheryl Arnol chats with AHP about the upcoming by-election in Tasmania. Cheryl is representing the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party and is running for the seat of Rumney. Cheryl doesn’t hunt but has been hunting with her husband who is an avid duck hunter.

Cheryl discusses her thoughts and opinions on:

  • Why she got involved with the SFFP
  • Registration of firearms across the country
  • Self defence with firearms and pepper spray
  • What issues are affecting gun openers in Tassie
  • Her favourite gun she owns and why
  • How she can represent shooters interests in Tasmania

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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AHP #142 – Talking Guns With One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts

One Nation has been on the up and up recently with big polling figures in QLD showing One Nation has upwards of 25% of the vote in QLD. Some political pundits are estimating One Nation will take over 30% of the vote in QLD at the upcoming election. The Western Australian 2017 state election is only 1 week away and it looks to be a hot contest between One Nation, LDP and SFFP. It should be very interesting to see the outcomes of both elections.

Malcolm doesn’t shoot or own a gun. What Malcolm believes in is freedom, less red tape and less nanny state for all Australians.

Malcolm discusses:

  • What One Nation stands for
  • His thoughts on peoples rights own a gun
  • legalising public land hunting in QLD for hunters
  • His stance on registration, appearance laws, and suppressors

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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AHP #139 – The Adler Controversy With Rob Nioa

Rob Nioa who is one of the biggest importers of firearms and associated equipment in Australia joins AHP to discuss firearms importation and what he thinks when people blame him and his company for making a video about the Adler shotgun.

Rob shares his thoughts, interests and opinions on:

  • How Nioa started
  • The state of gun laws in Queensland
  • Will the LNP buckle in Queensland on the Adler re-classification
  • What he likes to hunt
  • His favourite gun
  • What he thinks about the blame associated with his Adler torture test video and the

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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AHP #137 – A Weekend With Shooting Stuff Australia

YouTube, its a place where we can share our video content with the world. Its where we can be judged on our actions, our content, and be trolled but upset viewers. On a recent trip to Queensland to visit family I was offered to go hunting & shooting with Marty and Aaron from Shooting Stuff Australia. They ha planned to make several videos during the long weekend shooting guns. I had a great weekend where I was treated like a mate.

Some people have accused Marty & Aaron from being unsafe. As most people know I wont hunt or shoot with people who I believe aren’t safe. At no stage did I feel uncomfortable or unsafe during the trip. In fact I was stoked how well we all got on together. It was like we had been mates for ages. We ll have a love of firearms and fun. These guys love to push the boundaries of visual content by giving their viewers not just your average video, but something fun and interesting.

Marty & Aaron share their thoughts on:

  • What guns they own and enjoy shooting
  • The Sam Lee video debacle
  • Who they vote for an why?
  • Gun ownership in Australia
  • Making YouTube videos and why they started
  • The Paul Farrell guardian Interview

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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