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The Minister added: “Mass shootings have happened in other jurisdictions over the past number of years with tragic consequences.A common theme in some of these shootings is that the firearms used are legally owned.Issue Date: 10/12/2014 Craig O’Neill, 4 Carrig Rua, Tullow Road, Carlow appeared in custody at Carlow District Court today 10th December 2014 where he faced 19 charges relating to various offences under the Wildlife Act 1976/2000 and associated matters under the Firearms Act.The charges all have their genesis in Operation Bambi and are predicated on alleged poaching of deer in the area of West Wicklow.We would urge hunters and members of the public to be vigilant over the coming weeks as poaching tends to increase in February. As a responsible hunting organisation, we welcome any attempt to end the criminal misuse of firearms.All suspected activity should be reported to your local Garda station, NPWS conservation ranger or you can contact us in confidence. However, there is no relationship between the ownership of legally held, sporting firearms and criminal activity and to suggest so is Mr.Ends We received the following statement this evening from Frances Fitzgerald TD, Minister for Justice and Equality.Following the publication of a report on firearm licensing, Minister Fitzgerald is seeking submissions regarding proposed amendments to the current firearm licensing system. the licensing of handguns be confined to specified Olympic handguns. The licensing of centre-fire semi-automatic rifles be prohibited. The licensing of semi-automatic shotguns with a capacity of greater than three cartridges be prohibited. The grounds for disentitlement to hold firearms be expanded to include persons convicted of certain additional offences. That the grounds for an appeal to the District Court against a refusal to grant a firearms certificate be extended. That the reloading of ammunition be permitted in a controlled manner.
The meeting takes place on We received the following Garda statement as part of the ongoing “Operation Bambi” targeting deer poaching.
WDAI have actively supported Gardaí in highlighting and combating this crime through its national membership.
Further operations are planned over the coming weeks.
I think it is only right that we consider options now, rather than endure a similar tragedy here”.
The Minister has invited interested parties to make submissions on this Working Group Report.