THE Shooters, Fishers and Farmers says the National Party is making "cheap carbon copies" of its policies, as it attempts to make up the ground it lost at the state election.
"They are slowly going through our policies that hurt them at the last election," Mr Banasiak said.
"They're making cheap carbon copies, adopting some of them but probably not the important bits, and they're not going far enough.
"They've suddenly realised that they're not resonating with the people in the bush, but we are."
Mr Banasiak described the Nationals farm invaders measures as "slapping criminals with wet lettuce", while the payroll tax exemption push "didn't go far enough".
"These are just the policies they've copied in the winter break, I'm sure more will come to light once we get back in regular sitting weeks," he said.
Mr Banasiak said NSW leader John Barilaro and his party were "now playing catch up".
"We might have to buy John Barilaro a Shooters shirt and shout him a membership if he keeps copying our policies," Mr Banasiak quipped.
However, Mr Barilaro fired back and said it was his party in government delivering back to the bush with core National Party policies such as drought relief and the right to farm.
"People in regional NSW don't have time for back slapping and handing out stickers for getting articles in the newspaper," Mr Barilaro said.
"They are more worried about keeping their stock alive, paying the bills and building a better future for their kids.
"Mr Banasiak has been here for three minutes and wants to claim victory. The fact that point scoring is priority for the Shooters speaks volumes."