The Senate investigation into gun violence has found that Tasmania state is selling gun safes that do not meet the legal requirements. Two Green Party members reported on the committee that different storage requirements in different states resulted in \"unsafe practices\" and recommended the implementation of consistent national regulations. But members of the Liberal Party and national party committees say this is a question that should remain in the United States. In providing evidence to the Commission, the tas man County Association of farmers and herdsmen claimed that the police and other authorities allowed the safe sale of firearms. \"Those who are not fully familiar with the legislation buy what is advertised as a gun safe, put them at home, put the guns inside, just check at some point in the future, they were also informed that they had violated gun regulations and could be charged in some cases, \"said Peter Skillern, policy manager at TFGA. TFGA also said that in other states, a stun gun is a legitimate \"ridiculous situation\", but that if a person is found in tazhou to hold a gun, they will be charged with a gun crime. The report also recommended that the federal government work with states to develop national standards for the safety of member data held by gun clubs, which was also rejected by the Liberal Party and state party members. The State Council is currently considering a comprehensive reform of gun laws in the state of Tasmania, which includes mandatory three He was sentenced to one month in prison for holding a stolen gun. The law also requires the installation of recording equipment, monitoring alarms or sound alarms in places where a pistol or more than 10 guns are held. Most people in the Senate committee believe that there is no credible evidence that the use of electronic alerts on residential gun safes will strengthen the safety of storing guns. The TFGA told the commission that the alarm monitored did not produce results. \"Even in some of the larger regional towns, there is sometimes no response\" to stop completely \"due to budget constraints and a marked reduction in police, especially at night and weekends \".