posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 06:21 PM
reply to post by xxKINGFSUxx
Yes they were confiscated. BUT, since then gun ownership is at the same level as it was pre-Port Arthur Massacre.
Australians own as many guns now
as they did at the time of the Port Arthur massacre, despite more than 1 million firearms being handed in and destroyed, new research reveals. A
University of Sydney study has shown there has been a steady increase in guns imported into the country over the past decade, with the number of
privately owned guns now at the same level as 1996.
OP: BACK on topic..
Australia's rich with untapped resources (I live in WA the most profitable state in Oz at the moment), personally I would like to get in whilst I'm
still young and get a job there if it ever goes to exploration stage!
Some of my friends at Barrow Island are on six figure salaries! Plenty to go around for everyone, even with Exxon-Mobile and Chevron kicking about.
Cheers for the find
edit on 13-3-2013 by yoursteppingonmytoes because: source