Dec
14

Anti PTA Queensland Parliamentary E-Petition.

Anti PTA Queensland Parliamentary  E-Petition.

YOUR URGENT ATTENTION TO PARLIAMENTRY PETITION REQUIRED. THIS CONCERNS US ALL
Anti PTA Petition TINY

https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/apps/Epetitions/CurrentEPetition.aspx?PetNum=2339&lIndex=-1
Now. Is the Time To Turn Back Un In-Formed Gun Laws. One Law At A Time.
Smart animals, those that are the meals for predators, often run in herds knowing well that there is safety in numbers. Fish school to ensure survival of the species, even birds will flock together to avoid predation…. There is safety in numbers, there is political power in numbers but this is something firearm owners, to a large extent to their peril have ignored. Maybe they have never felt like the prey, the hunted. I know I have felt that way, I have felt that we shooter and hunters have been the food source for the political bloodsucking vampires of the Green Anti Gun movement. Even though I know their numbers are near extinction. I also know that our numbers are massive and growing every day. The politicians, are slowly waking up to the fact that we are the biggest lobby group in the country.
https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/apps/Epetitions/CurrentEPetition.aspx?PetNum=2339&lIndex=-1

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Print This out and take it to your local Guns Shop and Club and ask them to sign and display it, give a copy to every customer. Some of them will be waiting and growling , so they can now do something positive.

Print This out and take it to your local Guns Shop and Club and ask them to sign and display it, give a copy to every customer. Some of them will be waiting and growling , so they can now do something positive.

Print This out and take it to your local Guns Shop and Club and ask them to sign and display it, give a copy to every customer. Some of them will be waiting and growling , so they can now do something positive.

END PTA’s  NOW.
We have all had immense problems caused by Permits to Acquire. Time in waiting, Lost in the post, mistakes on the form make further delays. Just knowing that they are duplication of paper work that registration and licences are all happening, without the endless forms.
Knowing that you pay $34 dollars and it cost the government $64 . Just to receipt and securely bank that $34. Before they even process the paper work. Now is the time to stand together and shout with one voice, regardless of the type of firearm/s you own, we want an end to the Permit to Acquire system when we already have a lawful excuse, we already have a licence in that category. We have already waited the 28 days, we have already satisfied the reasons for the firearm.
Please Sign this Parliamentary Petition straight way and please pass it on to all your friends. Pass it on to your local shooting club, pass it on to your local Gun shop, we want millions on this one. Member of Parliament David Gibson has bravely put this petition up, he has worked hard on it and will speak for it when it comes up in parliament. We need signatures, this has the power to bring this huge wrong imposition to everyone’s attention. Now is your chance to do a little something, Spread it about please. ron

https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/apps/Epetitions/CurrentEPetition.aspx?PetNum=2339&lIndex=-1

This Is the Wording on the Petition.
Queensland residents draws to the attention of the House that since 1997 there has been a duplicate imposition of fees, application forms and time wasted by licensed shooters, licensed firearm dealers and government employees. The Weapons Act 1990 already prescribes licence fees, 28 day waiting period and investigations on genuine need for all categories of firearms. Section 35(1)(c) states a person may acquire a weapon, if the person acquires the weapon under other lawful authority (Licence 49A), justification or excuse. This section has been used by licensed dealers to register and swap firearms for warranty since 1997, to register firearms to licenced shooters in the successful 2013 amnesty and to register firearms that are exchanged for similar firearms of the same category. Currently, the Queensland Police Service imposes a duplicate provision under the Weapons Act 1990 for people who have not yet received a licence in the correct category under section 35(1)(b) which requires a Permit to Acquire (PTA). Weapons dealers are required to register the firearms to the person either under section 35(1)(b) or (c) then report this to the Weapons Licensing Branch within 14 days. Your petitioners, therefore, request the House to support the Government’s commitment to reduce red tape by immediately instructing the Queensland Police to cease the duplication of an unnecessary imposition of the PTA system and allow licensed shooters to acquire the firearms in the category they are licensed for.
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Please Make a difference to our plight, help lesson the impositions that we firearm owners suffer under. Share this bulletin and sign the petition today.
https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/apps/Epetitions/CurrentEPetition.aspx?PetNum=2339&lIndex=-1

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Comments

  1. paul hammond says:

    When i lived in the UK the gun laws for actual firearms “not airrifles or pistols as they are not licensed” are a dam sight more strict than they are here in Australia, unyet once you have been approved for a license for the catergory of weopen you want you can choose it, pay for it and after a quick check by the gundealer to check your license isnt barred or suspended you can take the firearm right then, this pta system is just backwards and antiquated and needs to be got rid of.

  2. paul hammond says:

    When i lived in the UK the gun laws for actual firearms “not airrifles or pistols as they are not licensed” are a dam sight more strict than they are here in Australia, unyet once you have been approved for a license for the catergory of weopen you want you can choose it, pay for it and after a quick check by the gundealer to check your license isnt barred or suspended you can take the firearm right then, this pta system is just backwards and antiquated and needs to be modernised.

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