Posted January 14, 2019 9:00 pm by Comments

By Tom Knighton

Any time there’s an effort to require people to register their guns, we routinely see few Americans willing to comply. Efforts in Boulder, Colorado are the most recent example. It’s not the first time that’s happened, either.

Instead, it sounds like it’s about par for the course for citizens of a country born out of a defiant nature when faced with tyranny.

Yet it seems that some of our neighbors to the North have a bit of that defiant streak as well when it comes to gun registration.

The deadline for Quebecers to register their firearms is just over two weeks away, but the vast majority of guns in the province remain unregistered.

Quebec’s Public Security Ministry says that 311,451 of the province’s non-restricted firearms, which include hunting rifles, carbines and other long guns, have been registered so far.

That’s up from 294,125 before the holidays, but is still less than 20 per cent of the 1.6 million firearms that were registered in the province when the federal registry was in effect.

Other gun owners have taken to social media to call for a complete boycott of the provincial registry.

“You’re targeting the wrong audience,” said [director of security for the Lower …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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