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Posted on April 6, 2012
This week, the Canadian Senate voted 50-27 to abolish their useless long-gun registry. The passage of Bill C-19 means that registration records for seven million ordinary long guns are to be destroyed. In the wake of many hours of debate and anti-gun rhetoric from the opposition and lobbyists, the Conservative party has successfully laid the registry to rest. Few issues have prompted so many Canadians to sound off on the shortcomings of a Canadian law. Congratulations to our neighbors to the North on this hard-fought victory! To read a press release from the Canadian Shooting Sports Association, please click here.
Bill C-19, Canadian Senate, Canadian Shooting Sports Association
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