We do have the maintenance. Currently we do monitor who is shooting and whether they're still active and they have to go. I wouldn't see any problem if we had to do something in the regulations that monitored that in order to keep our sport in existence. Maybe the CFOs would be involved.
In the Australian model, they've totally banned handguns, but IPSC is still a sport there. They do a preliminary licensing there. In order to introduce new people to the sport, they require you to do six months under a preliminary licence. Then you're fully licensed and you move on to being a full member and you're allowed to acquire a handgun. Through the regulations, I think we could come to some kind of terms. I don't know if it needs to be written right into the bill. Some of the discussions I've had with some of the members of this committee have included suggestions that those details be worked out at the regulation level.