A retired Canadian officer says that it is important the revive a long gun registry to keep firearms from being a symbol of rights and freedom.
As of this writing, hearings for the proposed Quebec provincial gun registry are well underway, but they are not going the way politicians and anti-gun advocates would like.
A deputy commissioner of the OPP is applauding Quebec’s plan for a provincial firearms registry and says Ontario – or the federal government – should consider following suit.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are still on the gun-banning bandwagon trying to give Stephen Harper and company a black eye for scrapping the gun registry…
Despite this example of such legislation being not only ineffective and costly, but also an erosion of personal freedom, California passed its own long-gun registration law in the fall of 2011.
No gifts at the Canadian Gun Registry.
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