Australia’s first live gun game: live bullets

Australia’s leading online gun-buying site has launched a live-bullet game for hunters.

The company’s bullet fodder cannon games are a popular way of acquiring ammunition and can be played in real time for up to 10 hours.

In the live-game mode, the player will be able to fire live bullets at targets ranging from 10 metres (33ft) away.

If the target falls within range, the shooter can fire back, but it will take time to reload the gun.

With an Australian population of more than 1.3 billion, it is the world’s most populous nation and has a population of nearly a billion people.

It has one of the highest levels of gun ownership per capita in the world, with nearly 40 per cent of the population owning guns.

Gun control measures include tighter licensing laws and tougher penalties for criminals, with Australia the world leader in gun control.

A number of gun-related incidents have happened in the past few years.

A shooting in Sydney’s CBD last year left one person dead and three injured.