Canada’s National Firearms Association Expresses Sincere Condolences to Victims

Canada's National Firearms Association
Canada’s National Firearms Association

Canada –-( Canada’s National Firearms Association expresses its sincere condolences to the families and friends of those killed, and to those injured in the terrible incident in Moncton, New Brunswick.

The Canada’s National Firearms Association deplores the terrible actions by a clearly deranged individual that led to these deaths and injuries.

Incidents like these demonstrate the validity of the mounting evidence that none of Canada’s firearms control efforts over the past 50 years have had any effect on preventing violence, or otherwise stopping bad people from carrying out their evil deeds.

It is clear that Canada’s excessive firearms control system has failed again.

The excessive rules in place do not in any way increase public safety, but merely contribute to an expensive and unnecessary regime which harms only those of lawful intent.

Resources wasted on this fundamentally flawed firearms control regime could be better placed to support a health care system which could be better enabled to diagnose and treat conditions that put people’s lives at risk.

Canada’s National Firearms Association is this country’s largest and most effective advocacy organization representing the interests of firearms owners and users.


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Canada’s National Firearms Association is this country’s largest and most effective organization representing the interests of firearms owners.

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7 years ago

First, you never apologize for a shooing, as you are assuming responsibility when you do. Any country or state that surrenders to the gun grabber are pretty much a lost cause. When you give up your rights they are gone for good. I see the gun grabbers are now going into other countries go show their propaganda to us back home. Other countries have nothing to do with us, or we with them.