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The United Nations has been actively pursuing the international control of small arms including firearms for more than a decade and numerous governments around the world are seeking to regulate firearms ownership and use. Academics and scholars who understand the positive values of firearms have often not been represented in the popular press.
May 1-2, 2003, the World Forum on the Future of Sport Shooting Activities (http://www.wfsa.net ) sought to fill this vacuum by hosting an international firearms scholars' symposium, The Legal, Economic and Human Rights Implications of Civilian Firearms Ownership and Regulation. The program was held at the Tower of London, Royal Armouries Education Centre in London.*
There were over eight hours of presentations at that landmark symposium. Distilled from that program is the DVD, A QUESTION OF BALANCE, which is 56- minutes long and includes numerous graphics, video footage and photos; plus a special 13-minute overview of major topics covered. Speakers cover important issues including: the futility of gun registration as a deterrent against crime, the popularity of shooting in Switzerland, gun ownership as a protection from genocide, women and firearms, the importance of shooting sports as a form of recreation, and advice from the firearms industry on how to regulate trade.
The DVD is extremely informative and appropriate for libraries and schools, as well as giving to decision-makers. It is currently being distributed world-wide to UN-related NGOs.
Critical Acclaim for A QUESTION OF BALANCE
MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW October 2004.
A Question of Balance is is an important and seminal contribution, and an important addition to academic, advocacy group, and community library resource collections on the issue.
GARRY BREITKREUZ, MP, CANADA
"A QUESTION OF BALANCE"
by The World Forum On The Future of Sport Shooting
I had a chance to watch this very powerful video this summer. It should be required viewing by every Member of Parliament and Senator and every bureaucrat working in the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Canada Firearms Centre. If they only watched the segment on firearms use in Switzerland, it would put an end to the false premise that more guns equal more crime and would make it abundantly clear that we're pushing the wrong agenda in Canada and at the United Nations. I wish to thank The World Forum On The Future of Sport Shooting for organizing this symposium and for sending me a copy of the DVD. I have been battling useless gun control laws in Canada for the last ten years. It's comforting to know that I'm not alone and it provides me with hope that common sense and truth about the benefits of legal gun ownership will eventually prevail.
JOHN B. HOLDSTOCK, PAST PRESIDENT, B.C. WILDLIFE FEDERATION
Every firearms owner should have the
DVD, A Question of Balance, in his or
her video library. The nine presentations by an international group of
researchers and writers provide a compelling argument against government
restriction and the ultimate banning of civilian firearms ownership. As
well. it should be required viewing for government bureaucrats and elected
DR DAVE SAMUEL, (RET) PROFESSOR, W. VA UNIVERSITY
In TEXAS WILDLIFE
There were eight hours of presentations at this symposium. Distilled from that program is a 56-minute DVD, "A Question of Balance," that summarizes this great symposium. The information is useful for libraries and schools and for decision-makers concerned about gun control. Become better informed, get this tape and spread the word on the fallacies of gun control.
JAMES HINTER, PRESIDENT, NATIONAL FIREARMS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA
A great DVD.
GEORGE JONAS, NATIONAL POST (CANADA)
Listening to the scholars and experts on A Question of Balance -- the DVD is available from Snow Goose Productions, Mill Valley, Calif. -- could save Canada's taxpayers a cool billion on our useless gun registry alone.
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