Looking at Canada and Australia, there are more reasons to stand up against the prospect of firearm registration in America.
Canadian Gun Owners Reject Trudeau’s Gun Ban: Anti-Ban Petition Sets Record, Gathers Over 230,000 Signatures
A Parliamentary e-petition to reverse the gun ban in Canada has closed and been certified with 230,905 signatures, making it the most popular petition ever in the country.
Toronto, Canada, has recorded its 21st fatal shooting—more than double the count this time last year—and the city is averaging at least one shooting a day
A recent self-defense shooting in Canada shows where Michael Bloomberg, Shannon Watts and other gun-ban advocates would like to take us here in the United States.
Canada’s strict gun controls—including complete bans on many firearms, the licensing of owners with requirements for “character references,” and a license renewal process that requires background checks every five years—all failed to prevent Sunday night’s terrorist attack on a Quebec mosque.
So much for free speech in Canada. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has banned CZ858 “Spartan” rifles nationwide—reclassifying them from “restricted” to “prohibited”—apparently because the special-edition rifles have the words “Molon labe” (“Come and take it” in Latin) engraved on the receiver and buttstock, along with a Canadian maple leaf on the pistol grip and handguard, therebel.media reports.
Quebec’s registration scheme yields a 20 percent rate of compliancy.