Canada adopting “common sense” gun laws, eh?

TheBlaze Radio host SE Cupp took on the issue of gun rights and gun laws on her Saturday Cain and Cupp show – but she focused on Canada rather than the U.S.

National Firearms Association Executive Vice President Blair Hagen (as Cupp described it, the organization is like the “Canadian NRA”) joined the show to discuss the “Common Sense” Firearms Act being proposed now – which would relax some of the strict gun laws that Canada had previously adopted.

Hagen thinks the bill is a step in the right direction, but doesn’t go far enough. “I wouldn’t really call this comprehensive, but it is certainly welcome,” said Hagen.

Hagen gave advice to legal gun owners in America who are faced with the prospect of more stringent gun laws. “If you give an inch, they’ll take a mile,” said Hagen. “We learned a very hard lesson, that perhaps Americans haven’t had to. You can’t give an inch, because the actual fact of the matter is, it’s a social engineering agenda rather than a public safety agenda.”

Listen here:

This conversation starts up at approximately the 1:18:00 mark. Other topics on the show include the Israel-Hamas conflict, pet peeves, secret collections and more.

So what do you think? You can listen to all the “Cain and Cupp” TheBlaze Radio shows here.