Police who don’t know how to deal with criminals and their illegal handguns targeting legal gun owners instead? Say it isn't so. A story out of Surrey BC about a “gun amnesty” program that does this very thing caught my eye recently.
I spoke with Tony Bernardo, Executive Director of the Canadian Shooting Sports Association about this program that will see police checking up on people who are registered to own restricted firearms to make sure everything is on the up and up.
You’ve heard me talk about how police often don’t know how to deal with hardened criminals with guns, so they instead turn to policing law abiding gun owners -- simply because they can, and they’re doing it again.