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Adler Shotgun

Appropriate Regulation of Firearms

Parliamentary Activity - The Federal Liberal Government swapped a prohibition on imports of the 8-shot Adler lever action shotgun for the support of an independent’s vote in the Australian Senate.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 25 Oct 2016

Hidding Can't Go Soft on Gun Laws

Media Release - Tasmanians have a right to know what position Police Minister, Rene Hidding, will take to a COAG meeting in Melbourne tomorrow, where a move to end the moratorium on importations of the Adler 8-shot shotgun will be on the agenda.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 20 Oct 2016

Old Parties Fail Community on Gun Laws

Media Release - The National Firearms Agreement was implemented in 1996 and it has served us well. Although there have been no public mass shootings since then, both of the old parties chose to vote against upholding that Agreement in Parliament today.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 4 May 2016

Gun Safety Bill A Priority

Media Release - A new shotgun on the market, the Adler 110, can fire off 6 shots in about 6 seconds and can be legally owned by anyone with a gun licence in Tasmania. At least 7,000 have been purchased in Australia, and several hundred of these are...

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 1 May 2016

Restricting the 6-shot Adler

Media Release - The Minister is refusing to take action to protect the community from the rapid fire 6-shot Adler shotgun, and is confusing the issue by only talking about the 8-shot Adler.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 24 Nov 2015

Greens Firearms Bill to Keep Community Safer

Media Release - The Tasmanian Greens tabled a Bill in parliament today to amend the Firearms Act. The purpose of the Firearms Amendment (Rapid Fire Shotguns – Community Safety) Bill 2015 is to help ensure a safe community. 

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 19 Nov 2015