So much ado about so little!
You get a firearms license after you've proved you know about gun safety, just as you get a driver's license after you've proved you can drive safely.
You register your firearm after you've bought one, just as you register your car after you've bought it.
Is that such a difficult concept to understand? For anyone, regardless of where they live or what they do? Or do the people who want to abolish the long gun registry also want to do away with automobile registrations?
Is basic intelligence really such a difficult concept for so many Canadians?