GRA President Rodger Muller's interview with NRA News

Watch: https://www.nranews.com/series/cam-and-company/video/cam-and-company-2016-rodger-muller-reform-australia-s-gun-control-laws/episode/cam-and-company-season-12-episode-104

Episode Information:

Rodger Muller is the founder and president of Gun Rights Australia. At the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings, he talks about the need to reform Australia’s strict gun control laws. After the Port Arthur massacre twenty years ago, Australian Prime Minister John Howard took the lead in creating the National Firearms Programme Implementation Act. A forced buyback program was accompanied by new gun control laws that severely restricted ownership of firearms, Muller says that there is a need for a rational debate in the country. They are using social media and talking to everyone possible, to educate them about the benefits of lawful gun ownership.

Originally aired on Cam & Co 06/01/16.

Gun Rights Australia’s Long Road Back to Firearms Freedom

As published in www.thetruthaboutguns.com Full Article: http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2016/05/daniel-zimmerman/gun-rights-australias-long-road-back-firearms-freedom/ Rodger Muller’s wandering the miles of aisles of the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits here in Louisville this weekend, watching tens of thousands of attendees ogle and finger thousands of items he and his fellow Australians can’t legally own. The founder and president of Gun Rights Australia‘s goal in being here is simple: figure out how to start the process of de-stigmatizing and re-legitimizing firearms ownership in the land down under. But given the lack of a constitutional civil right to keep and bear arms — not to mention Australia’s disastrous post-Port Arthur National Firearms Agreement — Muller’s got a long road ahead of him. It’s an instructive, cautionary example of what a tough row it is to hoe getting something back once you’ve lost it . . .

As published in www.thetruthaboutguns.com

Full Article: http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2016/05/daniel-zimmerman/gun-rights-australias-long-road-back-firearms-freedom/

Rodger Muller’s wandering the miles of aisles of the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits here in Louisville this weekend, watching tens of thousands of attendees ogle and finger thousands of items he and his fellow Australians can’t legally own. The founder and president of Gun Rights Australia‘s goal in being here is simple: figure out how to start the process of de-stigmatizing and re-legitimizing firearms ownership in the land down under. But given the lack of a constitutional civil right to keep and bear arms — not to mention Australia’s disastrous post-Port Arthur National Firearms Agreement — Muller’s got a long road ahead of him. It’s an instructive, cautionary example of what a tough row it is to hoe getting something back once you’ve lost it . . .