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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwigunguy View Post
    I just need to stop you guys right there. I will not have anyone defending that prick on this thread. He is indefensible.
    Chris Cahill is not misinformed or ignorant or naive. He has access to all the facts and knows full well that what he is saying is false.
    He is a dishonest, duplicitous, lying fucking cunt. I don't use language like that lightly or often but he has earned it.
    He is a disgrace to every police officer that has ever worn the uniform.
    Police officers are supposed to have values like honesty and integrity.
    When they don't, it only serves to drive a wedge between the police and the communities they are tasked with protecting.
    People like him are why we often struggle to see police as the good guys that are on our side, like they should be.
    He isn't just misleading the public, he is purposefully trying to create an us-versus-them mentality amongst police officers.
    If he can get police officers to see any person who has firearms as a "bad guy" or a threat that needs to be stopped, then he will have succeeded in his mind.
    Chris Cahill needs to go as soon as possible. Period. Thank You.

    Hi @Kiwigunguy,

    I'm not disagreeing mate and I do not want to be misunderstood as defending Mr Cahill.

    What I was saying was that I retain respect for his uniform and what it still represents. Call someone a liar, deceiver, manipulator, even a Cahill, no problem.

    But once you start calling him "cunt", "prick" etc, you may inadvertently cross the line to help his agenda - which as you say includes creating suspicion and hostility (or at least a public misperception of hostility) between police and lawful firearms owners. WE are the good guys and gals here.
    Guns don't kill people - drivers do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordite View Post
    Hi @Kiwigunguy,

    I'm not disagreeing mate and I do not want to be misunderstood as defending Mr Cahill.

    What I was saying was that I retain respect for his uniform and what it still represents. Call someone a liar, deceiver, manipulator, even a Cahill, no problem.

    But once you start calling him "cunt", "prick" etc, you may inadvertently cross the line to help his agenda - which as you say includes creating suspicion and hostility (or at least a public misperception of hostility) between police and lawful firearms owners. WE are the good guys and gals here.
    I get what you're saying, which is why I don't use that sort of language often.
    Unfortunately though, there does have to be some visible hostility between us and Cahill(possibly between us and the Police Association as a whole).
    As long as Cahill is attacking and slandering us, we can't give the appearance that everything is fine, because it just isn't.
    I hope that the hostility becomes great enough to attract widespread public attention.
    Once Cahill's antics were brought to the public's attention, it would be easy to show that he was totally dishonest and unscrupulous.
    The facts and statistics are all there and most of them come straight from the police themselves.
    I don't think anyone would believe that Cahill didn't know the facts, when they are publicly available.
    If anything, he should have had even better information than the general public.
    There's just no excuse for him to be running around spreading lies wherever he can when he has full access to the truth.
    I wish more people knew the sort of malice and dishonesty we are up against.

    Here's hoping, I guess.
    "An experienced shooter of limited skill and dangerous enthusiasm." -Hitman: Blood Money newspaper

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    Also on a note for Fiordland Frontier Supplies if your planning a trip down here and want to Buy ammo they stock plenty however if you order it in good time as a back up they can get anything in.

    Also add for ammunition:

    Outside sports Te Anau
    38 Town centre Te Anau Southland 9600
    03249 8195

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock river arms hunter View Post
    Also on a note for Fiordland Frontier Supplies if your planning a trip down here and want to Buy ammo they stock plenty however if you order it in good time as a back up they can get anything in.

    Also add for ammunition:

    Outside sports Te Anau
    38 Town centre Te Anau Southland 9600
    03249 8195
    Thanks for the help. However, I don't think I'll be doing a list of places that stock ammo.
    There are just too many of them, and many of them have little to do with firearms.
    Some Four Squares even stock ammo in rural areas.
    Thankfully, the government didn't decide to require dealer's licences for selling ammo.
    If they had, many people in rural areas would have been screwed out of buying ammo.
    They would have had to drive(often a great distance) to the nearest town with a gun shop(or police station for mail ordering/buying online).
    Long live the the supermarkets and general stores that sell ammo!
    "An experienced shooter of limited skill and dangerous enthusiasm." -Hitman: Blood Money newspaper

 

 

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