Bill C-21 is an ’emotion-based legislation,’ says firearm advocate

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Bill C-21 is an ’emotion-based legislation,’ says firearm advocate” – below is their description.

Co-owner of KKS Tactical Supplies, Cassandra Premack, said over $70,000 worth of her inventory is now deemed worthless after the federal government announced the prohibition of thousands of types of firearms. She says Bill C-21 unfairly targets legal firearm owners, hunters and sports shooters.

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