Tips for Influencing Canadians on Gun Rights

A timely topic, given the debate happening in Canada over the long gun registry, is how to influence Canadians when it comes to gun rights. Exurban Kevin, who is an expat from the Great White North offers some good advice on that, even when it comes to speaking about concealed carry. My understanding of Canadian gun laws suggests that guns that are most concealable are generally prohibited firearms. But there’s still plenty of concealable firearms that have barrels over 105mm. Plus, I can’t think of any better way to create a constituency for changing the law.

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  1. Yeah, the Prohibited and Restricted lists should probably be the first to go. Why bangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangdropslaprackbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbang is safer to the general public than bangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbangbang is beyond me.

    I briefly considered moving back up north this year, but I looked at my collection and realized I’d have sell almost all my pistols, change or sell all my competition guns and ditch all my centerfire rifle mags.

    No thanks.

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