Robert Borsak was born on August 14, 1953. He is also a recreational shooter and hunter however in the current year he was being elected as the MP of Fishers and Shooters Party. He was being chosen by Fishers and Shooters Party to fulfill the Legislative Council of New South Wales. He is the one who replace Roy Smith. After a year, he decided to visit Zimbabwe to hunt large elephants. During his stay within the place, he killed several elephants including the bull elephant wherein he shot from a distance. He also helped the Fishers and Shooters Party to attain their main goal especially when it comes to recreational shooting and hunting. With his expertise in his chosen field, you will have no doubt about his skills and knowledge that he shared to his co-member in the stated party.