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Monday, 13 January 2020 17:20

Hunters see reason, withdraw legal challenge to 2020 Firearms Amnesty

Gun Free SA welcomes the decision by the National Hunting and Shooting Association (NHSA) to withdraw an urgent legal challenge to stop the 2020 National Firearms Amnesty. Papers filed by the Minister of Police in response to the NHSA’s court challenge comprehensively debunk and correct a range of myths and untruths made by the NHSA, showing that the 2020 Amnesty is legal and that it infers rights to gun owners, particularly those in illegal possession.

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