Civil Disobedience/Noncompliance Are Damaging New Zealand’s Gun Control Efforts

If you want to know how to beat gun control, look no further than New Zealand. Noncompliance with the new mandatory gun buyback law is kneecapping the government’s ability to enforce the law they wrote.

As of last week, only 700 weapons have been turned over to New Zealand’s government under new gun control laws written in haste in the wake of a mass shooting at Christchurch mosques. There are an estimated 1.5 million guns-with an unknown number subject to the new prohibition on semiautomatic firearms-in the country overall.

SHTFPlan mentioned the fact that Kiwis were disobeying the law, and things have still not changed. Gun owners in New Zealand have all but officially nullified the law by ignoring it…

New Zealand’s government also stepped up censorship and domestic surveillance after bloody attacks on two Christchurch mosques earlier this year, flinging itself into full-blown authoritarian tyranny. But that isn’t convincing the public that they need to obey the commands of the government. As it turns out, people want to be free and noncompliance is the way they are maintaining a shred of their liberty. Gun owners, at this point, will most likely never turn their now-banned weapons in either.

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