Canada Postpones Firearms Marking Regulations for Eighth Time

The Canadian government postponed its Firearms Marking Regulations for the eighth time since they were adopted in 2004 amid confusion about how to enforce and obey the policy and concern about its effects.

This was the first deferral by a governing party that had campaigned on a plan to implement the rules “immediately.”

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Firearms Marking Rules Delayed Until 2018, Regina Group Says

The Canadian government postponed new rules on importing guns to December 2018 from June 1 this year, Regina Gun Safety & Licensing said today, quoting the RCMP. A draft government document suggests a delay is in the works on the policies, which have already disrupted the gun industry.

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IRunGuns Stirs Debate and Confusion With Post on UN Gun Markings

IRunGuns LLC triggered relief, rebuke and confusion after the Canada-U.S. gun dealer downplayed new UN firearms-marking rules, contradicting industry and shooters’ groups that said the measures will cripple or kill Canada’s gun industry.

The Arizona-based company may have spoken too soon.

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