Jackaroo, # 29989 Posted January 10, 2022 Share Posted January 10, 2022 Hi my fellow pards in the USA Would just like to get some info on shooting and ROing over there regarding the stupid 5 ft social distancing rule (or whatever distance) you have Here in Oz it's just gone overboard and our glorious affiliated with SASS shooting body; the SSAA, are now discriminating against unvaxxed shooters. Remember it's all about choice, whether you are or you aren't, and many have legitimate concerns of adverse reactions because of their medical history and circumstances, but here that's gone out the window. Federal and state govts are using "rules" and "mandates" not laws, to discriminate against unvaxxed people as far as going to clubs, bars, restaurants etc and now our ranges.?? Are you people experiencing the same things, it's become pretty bad now and some cowboys have begun turning on each other, which is not the cowboy way. The SSAA here are using the SASS rule of 'within arms length' when ROing which they deem under the 1.5 metre social distance rule. (Nowhere in the SHB is a distance of measure stated) Now most of us can RO at a safe distance and we have been doing it since this covid thing came up 2 years ago. But between govts and them we believe they're now using this to force folks to get vaccinated. We don't seem to have folks in positions of authority of some kind, to take the challenge up and to the courts not like you folks in the USA have. They've become more like sheep. Also in a country the size of the USA crossing state borders within Australia is more of an international trip and you have to have a border pass , PCR test, or now a RAT test.. It's disgusting. So I would like to hear your thoughts, amongst the cowboy family about any restrictions you are encountering, travelling from shoot to shoot. From down here it looks like none, and you are free to travel interstate without a pass.!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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