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LAWTON: Bill Blair might make gun owners store guns in “central” facilities

True North's Andrew Lawton, a licensed gun owner himself, weighs in.

Minister Bill Blair is considering changing the rules so that law-abiding gun owners must store their guns in a centralized, government-approved facility rather than at home.

He’s not committing to the policy, but says it’s an option as he reviews ways to overhaul Canada’s firearms laws, including possibly banning handguns and “assault rifles.”

True North’s Andrew Lawton, a licensed gun owner himself, weighs in.

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