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Gun owners who made video of Grand Mufti effigy being shot face calls for ban
A group of Australian gun enthusiasts, who filmed a violent video of what appears to be an effigy of the Grand Mufti being shot and incinerated, and a Greens party logo being fired at, face calls to have their gun licences revoked.
A series of videos from the Shooting Stuff Australia Facebook and YouTube pages have sparked concerns about increasingly violent rhetoric being used by some gun owners in Australia.
Greens MP David Shoebridge has written to NSW police commissioner Andrew Scipione asking him to investigate a number of individuals who he says have posted material that appears to advocate political and ethnic violence.
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