Originally Posted by Brian McIlmoyle
I agree , thanks for making my point .. the counter argument to that is meaningless to any reasonable person.
My point is .. the argument CAN"T BE about If they are weapons .. the argument has to be about my right to have them BECAUSE they are weapons
And that argument won't fly in Canada, ever. Canadians have been precluded by law from carrying a weapon for 2 generations now, since the 1970's. You ain't gonna get the horse back into the barn after that amount of time in pasture.
So then what?