November 16, 2018

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Gun owners recoil at ban study

Prohibition derided as threat to shooting sports, ineffective

<p>Brenden Roemich, president of the Winnipeg Revolver & Pistol Association with a Smith & Wesson .22-calibre gun, said a ban would affect law-abiding citizens while doing little to stop crime.</p>

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Brenden Roemich, president of the Winnipeg Revolver & Pistol Association with a Smith & Wesson .22-calibre gun, said a ban would affect law-abiding citizens while doing little to stop crime.

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