Below the overview for my upcoming book on Canada’s National Firearms Association is a 3D rendering of the book’s cover. Let me know what you think in the comments area below.
Is Canada’s National Firearms Association an effective advocate for Canadian firearm owners or just an inconsequential group siphoning money away from the real battle for our gun rights? Road to Irrelevance answers that question, and much more. Inside this book you will learn:
- How the NFA’s integrity deficit affects you and your guns
- Why NFA’s membership is roughly 12,000, not 70,000 as they claim
- Why embarrassing Justice Minister Peter MacKay by deceiving him into wearing an NFA T-shirt hurt the cause of gun ownership in Canada
- How NFA President and CEO Sheldon Clare’s 2015 run for federal public office damaged the cause of firearm ownership politically
- Why Public Safety Minister Blaney’s office became the scapegoat for the NFA cancelling their Bill C-51 committee presentation
- How the NFA profited from their unauthorized use of the Conservative Party of Canada’s mailing list
- How the NFA violated national privacy laws by breaking the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
- How the NFA violated provincial privacy laws by breaking BC’s Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA)
- Why the Conservative Party refuses to hold the NFA accountable
- Why their unauthorized use of the Conservative Party mailing list shut them out of Ottawa forever and, most importantly,
- Five steps you can take to guarantee the NFA never damages your credibility or tarnishes your integrity ever again.