Make no mistake, somewhere prominently displayed will be a phrase to the effect of "Nothing in this Treaty should be construed as to ban the private ownership of firearms". Never mind the fine print later: "all provisions herein are subject to change, void where prohibited, and subject to UN interpretation". Also, note the clever strawman: if they ban all firearms above .17 rimfire caliber, and all firearms that load more than a single round at a time, and limit individuals to 20 rounds in their posession at any given time, could that be considered "banning the private ownership of firearms"? Heavens, no! You still have a firearm... limit one per household! And 20 round limit! And single-shot only! And .17 rimfire only! And even that, down the road, is subject to change, void where prohibited, and subject to UN interpretation.