Home defence review after police take Border crime victim's firearms

By Blair Thomson
Updated September 25 2017 - 12:18pm, first published 6:15am
MEETING: David Dunstan and his wife Andrea meet with Deputy Premier John Barilaro, centre, at Noreuil Park in Albury on Monday afternoon. They talked about an incident at his family property. Picture: MARK JESSER

NSW laws could be changed after a Border farmer lost his guns for confronting an armed intruder in his family home.

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