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 #138 – The Everyday Hunter With Brad Page

Brad Page, the man who off his own back sent in our intro for the Straight Shooting Podcast apathetic shooter segment. Brad  joins AHP for The Everyday Hunter series us as our first podcast for 2017. Its awesome when listeners do nice things like Brad who is a regular listener to AHP.

Brad shares his thoughts, interests and opinions on:

  • What he likes to hunt and why
  • His favourite guns he owns and why
  • What hunting means to him
  • What his parents thing on his gun ownership
  • Who he votes for and why
  • How and why he got into firearms ownership.

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 #129 – The Victorian Police V Chris Shortis

ahp129-chris-shortisChris Shortis is a law abiding firearms owners just like you and me, we all have different opinions on life, religion, and being a licensed gun owner. When do those opinions that someone puts out publicly start to affect your gun ownership? And whether you are a “fit and proper person” to own firearms? Chris shares his story about the issues that he has been confronted with about public videos he made in 2013. The Victorian Police are trying to stop Chris from owning guns. You might ask what crimes Chris has committed? The simple answer is none, regardless of his political and religious views.

Chris shares his thoughts and opinion’s on:

  • Why the police targeted him in the first place
  • What makes a fit and proper person to own firearms
  • The powers of the Police Commissioner
  • The result of the firearms appeals committee
  • How the Police didn’t like the ruling of the firearms appeal committee

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 #124 – Firearm Owners United President James Buckle

AHP124 - James Buckle From Firearms Owners UnitedFirearm Owners United President James Buckle joins AHP to talk politics, gun laws, and how Firearm Owners United will advocate for gun owners across Australia.

James shares his thoughts and opinions on:

  • What FOU stand for
  • What the long term plan is for FOU
  • Politics and the Election
  • Who is involved with FOU
  • How FOU plan to advocate for gun owners

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 #121 – Victorian Nationals Senator Bridget McKenzie

AHP121 - Bridget McKenzieNationals Senator for Victoria Bridget McKenzie joins AHP again for the fifth podcast for the AHP 2016 federal election special. Bridget is up for election at the federal election and has advocated for firearms owners in the senate.

Bridget discusses:

  • How important women in shooting is
  • The parliamentary friends of shooting
  • The milk issue and how people rallied to help farmers
  • How she will advocate under the NFA Review
  • Self defence and her thoughts on the issue
  • How she will advocate and promote for 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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