Conservative Public Safety Critic, MP Tony Clement, and Deputy Public Safety Critic, Larry Miller, issued a statement regarding the decision the Government made that defers the Coming into Force date of the UN Firearm Marking Regulations.
The statement reads “Today is a good day for law abiding firearms owners. These regulations would not keep Canadians safer and would only serve to discourage people from participating in Canadian heritage activities like hunting and sport shooting.”
“By deferring the Coming into Force date until December 1, 2018 it is clear that our message is resonating. The Liberals must treat law abiding gun owners with fairness and respect,” it said.