March 09, 2018

Liberal's use Florida shooting to target Canadian gun owners

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

On Wednesday's episode of The Gunn Show, Edmonton based gun rights activist Ericka Clarke joined me to discuss the Liberal's plan to implement tougher rules around the transportation of firearms.

Canada's infamous long gun registry was abolished under the Harper government, now it appears the Liberal's are finding a new way to crack down on legal gun owners.

WATCH my interview with Ericka to see what leftists don't understand about "assault" weapons like the AR-15.

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commented 2018-03-12 11:48:08 -0400
The Boy Blunder coddles criminals and terrorists while he targets lawful firearms owners.
commented 2018-03-12 09:19:49 -0400
Bad timing for Ralphy Boy’s regulations when rural residents are under attack by criminals.
commented 2018-03-12 09:18:03 -0400
Interesting story in the Hill Times by Abbas Rana over in the Rebels On Twitter section. Apparently the rural Liberal backbenchers are getting nervous over Ralphy Boy’s new firearms legislation. It would seem they know something that the Boy Blunder does not, namely that firearms owners will vote on this one issue and that there are two million of them. Apparently, the Dauphin abandoned his Sunny Ways and got quite testy with the members at a Caucus meeting attended by PM Butts. Butts apparently was there to explain to Jr. what was going on and to intimidate the restless troops.
commented 2018-03-11 15:46:20 -0400
WATCH my interview with Ericka to see what leftists don’t understand about “assault” weapons like the AR-15."

There you go again: “leftists don’t understand.” Why are you always buying into this “they don’t understand” crap? Quit giving the bastards an explainable, forgivable, correctible out. A lack of comprehension is NOT the problem.

Tell the friggin’ truth: THEY JUST DON’T GIVE A SHIT!
commented 2018-03-11 10:40:57 -0400
They’ll have to take the hardware out of my cold dead hands before I give anything up.
commented 2018-03-10 17:29:50 -0500
Buttskie knows it will be difficult to impose a dictatorship if citizens are armed. This is what the Lieberals are up to!
commented 2018-03-10 03:56:02 -0500
Sorry, those pump-action shotguns 7 & 8 were Mossbergs, not Mausers.
commented 2018-03-10 01:44:03 -0500
I sat down the other day and tried to remember all the guns I’ve owned over the years. It wasn’t easy as I bought my first gun when I was 14 years old. All we had to do in those days was walk into the gun department at Simpson Sears with my Dad, or a responsible adult. And the hunting license was also restricted to hunting with a responsible adult. My, how times have changed. I counted up to 12 guns I’ve owner, and I may very well have forgotten a few. But I gave half of them away. I’m don’t think I could legally do that today. Incidentally, when the gun registry was in affect, I simply stocked up on ammunition and I didn’t register a single one of them. The guns I can remember owning are:

1 Lee Enfield 303 (gave to a co-worker)
2 Lee Enfield 303 sawed-off (gave to brother-in-law)
3 Semiautomatic 22 single shot (gave to brother) (Yes, it was a single shot semiautomatic. Load only one cartridge at a time, but then the shell casing would auto-eject))
4 Unmodified Mauser 8 mm (gave to brother)
5 Lee Enfield 303 modified by Parker Hale (gave to brother-in-law)
6 Old pump-action 12-gauge shotgun, make unknown (gave to brother)
7 Mauser pump-action 12-gauge shotgun with interchangeable stocks and barrels
8 Mauser pump-action 410-gauge shotgun
9 Parker Hale 30-06 with 4X Bushnell Scope
10 Winchester 30-30
11 Semiautomatic 22 with 10-shot clip, make unknown
12 Cooey Bolt-Action 22

I eventually sold the last six remaining guns that I retained when I lost the ability to hike in the woods or see well enough to shoot. But I wish all to hell that I still had my guns now, as I believe we may be needing them to defend our freedoms.
commented 2018-03-09 23:38:35 -0500
Great comments below!! Cheers!
commented 2018-03-09 19:28:03 -0500
My gun identifies as a water pistol.
commented 2018-03-09 19:27:35 -0500
“If you believe a boy can magically turn into a girl because he decides to, you don’t get to state an opinion on mental requirements for owning a gun.”
This was posted by a guy with the name Hammy on Twitter. Some great logic.
commented 2018-03-09 19:13:31 -0500
The agenda is clear: know where the guns are (ready to confiscate) to prevent armed rebellion against Dear Leader’s basic dictatorship.
This makes me want to go out and get a license and firearms, not out of fear of criminals or for hunting or target shooting, but out of fear of a leftist dictatorship taking away our rights (by subjugating us with their superior firepower).
commented 2018-03-09 17:27:54 -0500
I think a terrorist is far more dangerous than a prohibited rifle. If Ralphy Boy and Jr. want to import a terrorist they should first get a license to possess a terrorist. They would naturally would have to have a background check before they could get their license. Using Ralphy Boy’s mental status check, they would probably fail, because no one in their right mind would import a terrorist. Assuming they could overcome that problem, they would be required to keep that terrorist in a safe designed for the purpose of keeping a terrorist. While stored in the safe the terrorist should be wrapped in chains as a secondary restraint. If Ralphy Boy or Jr. want to transport their terrorist, they will then have to get a authorization to transport a terrorist. Since the terrorist is prohibited, they will only be able to take the terrorist directly to the nearest hospital and back or to the border for export. Fair is fair.