Is this the return of the Long Gun Registry?
by Steve Corscadden | May 25, 2022 | FirearmsIn spite of the promise of Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government the long gun registry returned on May 18th. I’m sure the Trudeau Liberals will claim they are not reviving the convoluted, expensive, controversial, useless registry. After all, they swore up and...
Where we came from and where we are going in 2022
by Steve Corscadden | Apr 1, 2022 | FirearmsIn April of 2022 law abiding firearms owners and their right to keep and use their legally owned firearms are under attack as never before. At the same time Fish & Game Clubs with ranges in BC are under attack in the form of BC Bill 4. On March 23, 2022 the...
BC Bill 4 – assumes that the problem is the widespread ownership of firearms by the public
by Steve Corscadden | Aug 19, 2021 | FirearmsBy Gary Mauser reprinted from a May 31, 2021 post in “Justice for Gun Owners”. BC Bill 4 is Bait-and-Switch. The BC government recently rushed Bill 4 (the Firearm Violence Prevention Act) into law claiming it was an attempt to deal with drug and gang violence....
Issues in the New Bill C-21
by Steve Corscadden | Feb 16, 2021 | FirearmsTuesday February 16, 2:34pm Here are some preliminary points that we have under review, all of which are subject to ongoing consideration as we compare them to existing legislation and other provisions of the proposed Bill C-21. Let’s start out by stating the...
CCFR Injunction re Firearms Ban– History in the books
by Steve Corscadden | Jan 19, 2021 | FirearmsThe CCFR has filed an injunction (court file number T-577-20) application with the federal court to “stay” the May 1 OIC gun ban until the main case can be heard and decided by the judge. CCFR v Canada. Notice of Motion – Injunction (00047724xD5450) (1) In addition to...