Gun politics in New Zealand
About 230,000 licensed firearms owners own and use New Zealand's estimated 1.1 million firearms. As in Australia, but unlike the US and Canada, gun laws usually gain the support of both major parties ...
Aramoana massacre
The Aramoana massacre was a spree shooting that occurred on 13 November 1990 in the small seaside township of Aramoana, New Zealand. Resident David Gray, a 33-year-old unemployed man, began indiscrimi...
Aramoana massacre - Wikipedia
Outdoor Recreation New Zealand
Outdoor Recreation New Zealand (ORNZ) is an organisation and former political party in New Zealand, concerned primarily with lobbying for the hunting and fishing fraternity, but also includes other pe...
Military-style semi-automatic
Military-style semi-automatic (MSSA) is a term in New Zealand firearms law. The category was introduced after the 1990 Aramoana massacre, in which firearms fitting this definition were used.The statut...
Stanley Graham
Eric Stanley George Graham (12 November 1900–21 October 1941) was a New Zealand mass murderer who killed seven people.
Graham was born and raised in Kokatahi, New Zealand. He then moved to K...
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Firearms licence (New Zealand)
In New Zealand, a firearms licence is required by:There are exemptions from the need for a licence for police, military and related occupations, and for the use of firearms when closely supervised by ...