Sunday, June 30, 2013

Canada Continues to Eliminate Failed Gun Registry

Gun registration is virtually never used to solve violent crimes.   The only realistic purpose of gun registration is to gradually reduce the number of gun owners, a gradual gun confiscation over time.

Quebec's Court of Appeal has sided with the federal government's argument that the national long-gun registry information shouldn't be handed over to the province to create its own database.

That moves the government closer to destroying the Quebec data, which was preserved last year by the court order after legislation was passed to scrap the federal registry and the records contained within it.

The federal government has already destroyed the data on 5.6 million rifles and shotguns registered in other provinces. The Quebec records at issue in this ruling cover an estimated 1.6 million rifles and shotguns.

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