(TRUE FREEDOM NEWS) – After Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s proposal to freeze pistol sales, handgun sales have soared in the country.
In the wake of a series of high-profile mass shootings in the United States, Trudeau’s government had introduced legislation that would put a freeze on importing, buying, or selling handguns. Soon after he made the announcement, several gun stores in British Columbia province saw lines out the door. Not only this, but other shops across Canada also said they sold out within days.
Jen Lavigne, co-owner of That Hunting Store, told news agency AFP that “Sales have been brisk.” She added, “We sold 100 handguns, or almost our entire stock, in the last three days, since the prime minister announced the freeze.”
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