reply to post by snypwsd
how about giving the total numbers of murders in each country? or would that put your facts
into a different light? does Canada have more or
less murders per capita compared to the US? are gun murders
proportionally higher or lower to non gun murders
, in Canada compared to the
US? these are rather important facts you have left out when trying to make your point.
Canada's gun laws are far over restrictive. the courses
you need to own a gun are both expensive and not readily available, especially within
cities. to have a hand gun
you have to keep currant membership in a gun club
yet another thing that is way to expensive for a lot of
people, and are likewise far and few between. the big gun registration
for non restricted weapons was such a boondoggle that it ended up
costing a major fortune (over a BILLION dollars), just to be canceled (except in Quebec). i know one person who had major issues trying to register
their rifle and shotgun because they were built before serial numbers were required, they had been legally imported years before, at one point they
tried to tell them they would be illegal to keep and needed to be destroyed. now these were heirloom
guns, now they have an heirloom
handgun as well but that can't even be brought into Canada and has to be kept for them by a relative in the US.
yet all this is worth it right? i mean it has stopped gun crimes hasn't it? NOPE jut in the past TWO DAYS there are TWO stories from ONE city, one a
double shooting, the other a dog stolen at gunpoint
(sorry i can't post that one my system has decided it doesn't like it, but is a video on
the same news site as the other).
One man is dead and second is in hospital following a double shooting Wednesday night, Toronto police have confirmed. The victims were each shot
multiple times in the Danforth and Woodbine avenues area. One patient was transported to hospital without vital signs, while the other was
transported in critical condition.
so yup gun crimes don't happen because of Canada's over bearing gun laws, NOT. and let me remind you in the same Canadian city there are several
areas where gunfire
can be heard almost nightly. and the first night or two in Toronto there was gunfire
right below the window of the
room i was sleeping in. yeah gun control works oh so well to stop people from getting shot, and other gun crimes.