The latest nail gun attack in Melbourne is the latest reminder that the nail gun is still alive and well in Australia.
It is a popular tool for a number of people and in the last few years it has been used in more serious crimes.
Read more The latest attack was in Sydney and involved a man with a nail gun and a woman with a hammer who were trying to attack a man in a car parked in a parking lot.
The man who was attacked was shot in the leg and died at the scene.
The woman who attacked was also shot in her leg and was taken to hospital.
The car, which had been stopped at a red light and then collided with a truck, is believed to have been parked in the middle of the street.
The truck driver was arrested.
The nail gun was a popular weapon in Australia until a ban on its use was introduced in 2013.
There were calls for a ban when it was first introduced and the NSW Government introduced a ban in 2015.
Under the NSW Legislative Assembly Bill 2015, anyone convicted of an offence under Section 6 of the Crimes Act 1914 (NSW) could be jailed for life for using a nail weapon.
A Victorian woman, who has been named as Christine H, was sentenced to 14 years in prison after being found guilty of possessing a nail and carrying a firearm.
Victoria Police issued a statement on Thursday confirming the woman had been sentenced.
“An offence under the Crimes Amendment Act 2012 (Vic) was brought to the attention of Victoria Police on May 24, 2013, after an individual was arrested for the alleged offence of possession of a nail with intent to cause serious injury,” it read.
She was charged with the possession of an unlicensed nail gun, and the use of a firearm for the purpose of committing a crime against the peace.
Victoria Police said she was found guilty and sentenced to a minimum of 14 years.
Victoria has one of the highest levels of violence against women in the country.
Victorian women are raped and sexually assaulted at a rate of more than eight per cent, the highest in the nation, according to the ABS Crime Survey of Australia.
The Victorian Government has pledged to improve its record of reporting crime.