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Originally posted by AlanQaida
If you walk into any biker club here and ask to buy a gun, you'll most likely just get thrown out, or thrown out with a few bruises.
Unless you know someone well that's in a club you won't get jack..
Most tattoo places? Yeah.. Right.. A lot of tattoo joints are biker owned, or affiliated.
I've had more undercover cops try to sell me glocks than any biker I know lol.
And yeah, if I wanted to get a glock or 2 I could, if I wanted a semi auto rifle I could also. But I have no need for such things, and people are so heavily monitored these days it's not worth it.
And ammo? It's not that hard to get a hold of, as most guns and ammo are stolen from security companies.
I prefer my legally owned and licenced Remington hunting rifle
Originally posted by wewillnotcomply666
Guns are pretty easy to get in Australia . Walk down to any biker clubhouse or most tattoo places with a few bucks and youl leave with what you want lol.
Originally posted by Pilgrum
reply to post by Grimpachi
You can have an air rifle (being a single shot weapon) but it's subject to the same regulations as rifles IE member of a registered shooting club / farmer etc
Originally posted by Grimpachi
reply to post by Pilgrum
If you are saying fireworks are banned there as well your country has officially outlawed my childhood. There is such a thing as taking things too far. You better watch out because they are going to be coming for your forks and knives next pretty soon your country will only trust the populace with plastic cutlery because you can’t be trusted with it.
It sounds like a nightmare to me. So how did they take all your guns if you could at one time buy rifles easily? I know if they tried that here we would hide them. I currently reload my own ammo but it sounds like you can’t even buy gunpowder there anymore. If they tried that here it would spark off a war with the government and that is the honest truth.
Originally posted by Grimpachi
reply to post by IkNOwSTuff
Sorry it sounds oppressive and insulting to me. The culture here is completely different. To me it is ridicules for people to be afraid of a tool. Reminds me of overbearing and overprotective mothers.
I am sure you still have murders happening there I know you do I watched a show on it so the problem still remains. However your country is secluded so you don’t have problems with drug cartels flowing over boarders like us.
How many of you have used your guns on cartel members?
Originally posted by 727Sky
A brief Google search came up with: Estimated Number of Illicit Firearms
Unlawfully held guns cannot be counted, but in Australia there are estimated to be 550,0003 to 6 million8
The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) conservatively estimates there are more than 250 000 long-arms and 10 000 handguns in the illicit firearm market.