So you are a gun owner, do you back up that belief with a membership in a gun rights organization? I won't get into names but wanted to toss that on the table for discussion.
Canada had a run against private gun rights and a registration requirement enacted. What is being done to turn that law around since I see residents have been very angry about the cost of this new registration program and the fact that is has not detered gun crime?pblsyd said:hi national firearms association, up here in canada, canadian sports shooting association,national rifle association of america, ducks unlimited canada(wetland owner),north american hunting club,ontario federation of anglers and hunters and any other association that will stop any amendments to bill c-68(gun control laws) up here in canada. pblsyd
Good information, thanks for the post and thanks for being part of this forum.pblsyd said:yes handguns are legal in canada, but they are classed as a restricted firearm,which requires a special liscence.they have been tightly controlled since the end of the first world war. i.e. all your lisence allows you to do is go to and from a shooting range and back home. there is no carrying of any kind.there is no hunting with them, even a semi auto semi shotgun or rifle has to have a barrel length of 18.5" do a lot of work putting muzzle breaks on m1's with a barrel length of 18 3/8 ". sorry 1/8" too short.semi auto long guns can only have a clip max. of 5 rounds. and on and on. it's all B.S.pblsyd