Shooters’ perfect score on Google

National Shooting Council

Media Release: Shooters’ perfect run on Google ratings

The National Shooting Council says it has set what could be a new record for any business on Google.

The NSC has scored a perfect run of 100 consecutive 5 star reviews after asking shooters to leave feedback on the job they think the NSC is doing for them.

The NSC says the fact it scored so strongly means it is filling a badly needed void for Australian shooters – and doing it better than anyone else has been able to do.

The NSC runs legal actions to help shooters fight to keep guns they should have access to, to expose and fight bad regulatory practice, and fight to oust politicians who are opposed to the shooting sports.

Spokesman Peter Zabrdac said that shooters have never had an organisation that was able to provide effective political representation, and the ratings show that to be the case.

“What we do revolves around the need for common sense in the gun debate, and in particular, strong representation for shooters who have been taken advantage of by successive governments for political reasons,” he said.

“They want us to keep on doing what we’re doing. They want us to fight the big fights and show governments that shooters need greater respect by governments and regulators”.

“You can pay for 5 star ratings and offer other inducements, but we haven’t done any of those things. Instead we simply asked shooters to give us a rating, and this is the result”

“The fact we have set a record for the shooting industry is consistent with our growth over the past couple of years and the reputation we now have for shooters”.

It’s a reputation that Mr Zabrdac said will only continue to grow as it aims to close the political gap for shooters across Australia

The ratings also reveal that most shooters believe their ‘rights’ need protection. The word ‘rights’ appears nearly 20 times as the most common word used in feedback left.

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