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Australia

10 September 2007

ABC News (Australia)

The Tasmanian Premier, Paul Lennon, has not ruled out lowering the legal age for children using guns in the bush. A joint parliamentary committee looking into the state's gun laws has recommended that children as young as fourteen be allowed to use firearms, as long as they are supervised by an adult. The Premier says the report will be considered. "It's proper for parliamentary committees to look at these sort of matters, we'll take their recommendations on board,"... (GunPolicy.org)

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