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Recently Wolverine Supplies took to their Instagram feed to show the conclusion of the CZ 858 Tactical 2P Spartan rifles. The rifles unceremoniously has their receivers chopped, forever deactivating them and concluding the ordeal. With the UN Arms Trade Treaty firearm marking regulations coming into effect June 1st 2017 the story of the final 300 CZ 858 Spartans has an ominous foreshadowing.

The Canadian Firearms Lab has indeed set precedent with those rifles that shows they consider external markings to be reason to consider any firearm a new model which would bring it under review for classification, and possible new gun bans. Could this precedent be rolled out again in the future to block future imports and ban the "new models" of UN Arms Trade marked firearms?

Also please print and sign our petition against Bill C-47 which would have the potential of creating a backdoor gun registry in compliance with the UN Arms Trade Treaty. This petition comes in both a hard copy and a Parliamentary e-petition, and both petitions require as many signatures as possible. Please SHARE THIS video everywhere you can in social media, forums, via email, and wherever it can draw attention.

The hard copy petition against Bill C-47 can be found here; https://hoplitetactical.com/articles/100-gun-rights/250-canada-update-to-bill-c-47-petition-it-s-fully-sponsored

The E-petition against Bill C-47, petition e-1073, can be found here; https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-1073

The video outlining some of the costs associated with firearms marking and Bill C-47 can be found here; https://hoplitetactical.com/videos/87-action-education-and-politics/259-financial-cost-increases-to-gun-sales-with-un-arms-trade-treaty