C-21, the Liberals' most recent attack on the law-abiding firearms community in Canada went to second reading in the Senate at the end of May.
The law, which ends private handgun ownership in Canada by grandfathering out existing ownership and freezing new sales and transfers, was broadened through last-minute amendments to include thousands of popular models of shotguns and rifles.
The Alberta government, and newly elected Premier Danielle Smith, have intervened in lawsuits against the federal gun grab.
What's next in the fight to protect the property rights of sportshooters and hunting in Canada?
Tonight I'm joined by Rick Igercich, national president of the National Firearms Association and Dwayne Gorniak, NFA Alberta Director.