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Police Minister Doesn’t Know The Law She Voted For

Wednesday, 14 July 2021, 2:23 pm | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

A police officer is shot in Ngaruawhaia and in a media release commenting on that the Police Minister has said “ Cabinet was "working on the process" of getting a gun register in place to stop these weapons getting into the wrong hands, ... More >>

Police Firearms Administration A Disgrace

Friday, 9 July 2021, 5:50 am | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

Are our Police fit for purpose asks Neville Dodd president of Sporting Shooters. If the purpose is the administration of the firearms law they themselves wrote then “the answer is clearly a resounding no! Look at their current gross under-performance” ... More >>

More Red Tape As Museums Forced To Hold Gun Dealers Licenses

Friday, 9 July 2021, 5:48 am | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

Guns are inanimate but the Government seems determined to personify them as evil as more & more pointless restrictions have been passed into law. That is the view of Neville Dodd, president of Sporting Shooters, on the new law that requires ... More >>

At Last, It Isn’t Gun Owners, It’s Social Media

Thursday, 17 June 2021, 5:36 am | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

June 16, 2021  After what has been described as a knee jerk reaction to the March 2019 massacre, it is now clear New Zealand’s legal gun owners were not and are not the problem. It is social media that the authorities should be focused ... More >>

Now Gangs Are Making Their Own Guns

Tuesday, 15 June 2021, 6:09 am | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

June 14, 2021  While the Police are waging a war against illegal guns imported by gangs, it seems a recent discovery shows that the New Zealand underbelly are building 3D printed guns and that has angered Neville Dodd, president of the Sporting Shooters ... More >>

Kudos To NZ Police - From Sporting Shooters

Saturday, 12 June 2021, 5:42 am | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

The Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand congratulates NZ Police on its success in concluding the New Zealand end of Operation Trojan Shield, which saw the arrest of 35 people involved in the illegal drug trade and the seizure of $3.7 million ... More >>

Wokester Or Toothless

Saturday, 27 February 2021, 4:17 pm | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

National MP Simon Bridges has drawn a lot of political fire about calling the Commissioner of Police Andrew Coster, a “wokester” but others either agree or would even take it further. Neville Dodd, president of the Sporting Shooters Assn of New Zealand, ... More >>

Guns & Gangs - We Question The Police Commissioner's Comments

Tuesday, 23 February 2021, 12:27 pm | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

The recent announcement by the Commissioner of Police that they have launched a nationwide operation to target illegal firearms in the hands of the gangs is “great news” says SSANZ President Neville Dodd. “Many of the firearms in the hands of ... More >>

Gang Members And Gun Licenses

Saturday, 20 February 2021, 4:47 pm | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

A recent call from ACT MP Nicole McKee raises an important question. Ms. McKee has asked the Government during question time why known gang members are being issued firearms licenses when, she says, gang members should not be allowed to hold one. ... More >>

It’s Gun Confiscation, Not A Buy Back

Saturday, 6 February 2021, 4:49 pm | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

The second “buy back” of newly illegal weapons is underway. Once again huge questions hang over the Government’s call for guns to be handed in. Neville Dodd, President of the Sporting Shooters Assn New Zealand, says “Several major points ... More >>

Royal Commission Shows Arms Act Changes Driven By Politics

Tuesday, 8 December 2020, 6:51 pm | Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand Inc

The Sporting Shooters Association of New Zealand (SSANZ) has today criticised the Prime Minister for attempting to ‘repackage’ the findings in the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch Mosque shooting. SSANZ President Neville Dodd says ... More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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