Originally Posted by cc898
Check out the gun news from England. Theirs did become a slippery slope. and now they are throwing a fit that they let it happen to begin with. So, while its true that in some cases it worked out fine, there is evidence that in others it may not. All depends on the political agenda of those in charge.
Links please. Britain has always had similar gun laws to Canada. Still does. Why do you think we DO have these levels of laws in Canada? Because we were a British colony (except Quebec) and we didn't separate through war.
In fact I can't think of a single First World country that has this "slippery slope" problem. Actually I can't think of a single First World country that has the same guns and violence problem. Or the same gun culture.
Yeah, that's me, Tracer Bullet. I've got eight slugs in me. One's lead,
the rest bourbon. The drink packs a wallop, and I pack a revolver. I'm
a private eye.