The National Rifle Association has lent its support to the petition against the EU gun ban plan – but some shooters aren’t happy about the association quoting Home Secretary Theresa May.
Evidence is emerging that British Labour Party MEPs and the sole remaining Liberal Democrat MEP plan to vote in favour of the EU gun ban, harming their voters’ interests and putting small businesses into jeopardy.
EU subjects can send the unelected commissars in Brussels their thoughts on the EU’s semi-auto gun ban proposals, it has emerged.
The Metropolitan Police have launched a two week gun surrender, urging members of the public to hand in lawfully owned ” imitation weapons, BB guns and air weapons”.
The European Commission has publicly confessed that its proposal to ban semi-automatic firearms from civilian ownership, touted as a response to the Paris mass murders, “will not tackle the threat” of terrorism.
Yesterday’s EU announcement of the precise wording of its draft gun ban, which unelected legislators want to have in force by July next year, has nothing to do with its stated purpose of targeting terrorists. Instead it is a step on the long, slow march towards banning civilian firearms ownership.