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Gun registry 'scheme' among concerns over UN arms treaty
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 43563396:MV8yMzY2MjEwXzQwNDY0MTUxXzRENUMyNjRE] [quote:Hard Eight:MV8yMzY2MjEwXzQwNDY0MTAxXzMwMkJEMjA4] [quote:Bear Drinker:MV8yMzY2MjEwXzQwNDY0MDUyX0Q1OTcxREMw] [quote:gheylos:MV8yMzY2MjEwXzQwNDYzNTg5XzZDRjc0MDU3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 46334479:MV8yMzY2MjEwXzQwNDYyMTExX0M1QkJDOTU=] Just look at Canada... they registered all the guns (yeah right) and then confiscated many and demonized private firearms ownership and then here we are today... Everyone got so pissed off that Harper can't sign the treaty without throwing his next election out the window. I'm glad he didn't sign or else there would be no cheap Norinco firearms flooding the market keeping the domestically produced firearms prices in check. 1911 - $350 P226/9 - $350 CZ75 - $350 M14 - $450 M4 - $700 [/quote] 1911 for 350? bullshit, unless it's a cheapass knockoff. p226 for 350? bullshit. cz75 for 350? sounds legit. m14 for 450? bullshit, maybe a heavily used mini 14. m4 for 700? you mean ar15. [/quote] [b]Price list from my dealer http://www.thegundealer.net/[/b] [/quote] Picture at the link brought a tear to my eye. That's more inventory than my Cabela's, Bass Pro, Ganders and 5 local gun shops COMBINED! Truly a thing of beauty!!! [/quote] Someone tried to bitch slap me yesterday that Canada does not have these kinds of guns for sale. I couldn't have been bothered trying to de-moranize him. The only bad thing about it is that the RCMP station is across the street. [/quote]
link to www.foxnews.com
The record-keeping section in the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) encourages members to "maintain records of conventional arms covered under Article 2," which include battle tanks, armored combat vehicles, large-caliber artillery systems, warships and small arms and light weapons.
Further, those records should be kept for a minimum of 10 years, the treaty states -- which NRA leader Wayne LaPierre has referred to as "nothing more than gun registration by a different name."
Because the treaty's language is so broad, LaPierre has said that "manufacturers of civilian shotguns would have to comply with the same regulatory process as a manufacturer of military attack helicopters."
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