What is probably the most serious threat to American gun owners in decades may achieve much of what many of the new bills before Congress are trying to achieve.
The UN Gun Treaty should ban the future transfer of most small arms (pistols, and rifles) if those guns could cause damage to another state. While this makes sense for a submarine, missile or nuclear bomb, the Treaty makes no provision for the difference between a Glock and a nuclear bomb.
For several years the NRA has talking about what it depicts as an international conspiracy to “grab your guns” or “restrict rights to buy certain firearms in the future.”
While it is too early to tell what the final Treaty if approved will state, one can review the previous version to see what the Gun Treaty is attempting to accomplish.
The UN Gun Treaty may prohibit the future purchase and transfer of small arms (pistols and rifles).