Your own screenshot answers your question on if he had a license or not so what's the point of asking it?
No he didn't, but restrictions on firearms were also a lot more lax before Port Arthur also.
The only silver lining of that dreadful day was that obtaining guns in this country are now a lot harder and there's been no mass shooting since then.
Compare this to the US who's gun laws are well known and a simple Dallas Cowboys watching party the other day resulted in 8 people shot dead after a disagreement. I will repeat, 8 people shot dead over a disagreement on a football game, be glad Australia doesn't have that same gun culture which allows easy access.
Yep, thats exactly right. But Britain has tighter laws than Australia, and a child was shot dead in Britain only last week.
In the same country, multiple people were run down deliberately by a car and killed weeks ago.
Boof head criminal from Tasmania stabbed a couple of people before shooting people with an unlicenced weapon..
Apparently my sources are not credible source to you all. Im asking for other people to show sources. No one will answer that. They all read the books, but no one will answer.
I will give people a couple of hours to gather their answers instead pick the eyeballs out of what I say.
Wait till you hear about the country source of the firearm, if anyone can find a source for a firearm used in a massacre which shows an absolute failure across multiple government departments for a 'criminal' that stabbed and shot multiple people in Tasmania.