The registry is expected to be operational by 2018 with an estimated cost of $17 million and an estimated annual cost of $5 million.
Bob Zimmer, the MP for Prince George-Peace River and parliamentary sponsor to petition e-111, presented the petition today in the House of Commons
AR15 Petition e-111 on the Government of Canada website will be officially closed to signatures on Saturday, May 7 at 3:39 PM (EDT)
Under the new firearms marking regulations, all firearms imported or manufactured after June 1, 2017 will be required to be marked with a stamp including year of importation and manufacturer name.
Senator Hervieux-Payette during S-223 speech: “Nobody is opposed to registering their car for … so I think we should do the same thing for firearms”
Bill C-230, tabled by MP Larry Miller in February, seeks to define the term “variant”. However, critics call it a risk to firearms in Canada.
Bill S-231 may be titled “Strengthening Canadians’ Security and Promoting Hunting and Recreational Shooting” but make no mistake – this bill is not in the best interest of Canadian law-abiding gun owners.
Another hard hit to the Spruce Grove Gun Club, but they haven’t given up fighting just yet.
Akdal owners, rejoice! The MKA 1919 has been reclassified by the RCMP from restricted to non-restricted, which has some very interesting implications
Facebook, Inc., has reportedly announced on Friday that it will be banning the sales of firearms on both its flagship website and on Instagram