ROD AND GUN IN CANADA EDITORIAL – MARCH 1921 – Excerpt: The amendments to the criminal code, which call for a permit to own firearms other than shotguns, owned prior to October 16, 1920, are causing untold inconvenience throughout the Dominion owing to their prohibitive nature. Although it is generally understood that the law was changed owing to fear of general conditions of unrest and that the sportsman was not to be molested, this has not been the case. NOTE: Thanks to Christian Inkster who found this Editorial at the family farmstead.
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