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Gun Policy News, 29 January 2012


29 January 2012

Hobart Mercury (Tasmania)

Spouses' permission and tougher documentation requirements are among measures that should be added to the state's gun licensing system, says the leader of Tasmania's anti-gun lobby. "I would like to see [applicants] get the consent of their spouse before they can get a gun licence," Tasmanian lawyer Roland Browne said. Mr Browne is the Coalition for National Gun Control spokesman. Gun licence applicants now answer a series of yes-no questions about their criminal... (

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29 January 2012

Manila Bulletin

MANILA, Philippines – The House of Representatives has approved on third and final reading a new firearms law that would amend the Martial Law-era firearms regulations and provide for a comprehensive regulation of firearms, light weapons, and ammunition in the country. Congressmen unanimously approved House Bill (HB) No. 5484 a few months after lawmakers sought stronger and clearer laws against possession of light weapons and high-powered firearms such as the ones... (

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29 January 2012

Daily Telegraph (Sydney)

Criminals are assembling illegal weapons in backyard firearm factories after importing them piece-by-piece over the internet. The Sunday Telegraph can reveal the parts are being sourced from legitimate gun dealers in the US and pieced together in NSW after arriving in the mail undetected. Detective Superintendent Ken Finch, commander of the Firearms and Organised Crime Squad (FAOCS), said a number of unrelated individuals had already been arrested and charged over the... (

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