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i'm basically against all guns except for hunters that have taken classes and would need proof of gun safety.

they can hunt with their blue printed guns and put them back in their safe's when done.

ok, i'm done playing. i'm off to my cabin to drink whiskey and shot semi auto guns in the air.

So none for retired LEO or mil? I leave my pistols out for kids to find. One in the desk few in the kitchen and such. Its called dawrinism. They're right next to the bubblegum flavored bourbon.

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Criminals will get their guns. It's really not that hard to get your silencer/autoload classification (at least here; i know a lot of LEO here). Gun regulation only restricts those who abide by it. I'll reevaluate this tomorrow morning :lol:

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when chuck took ECON classes instead of GUNS and BUTTER he used Semi auto and Full auto for S & D.

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i read and hear so much misinformation about the gun registry thing in canada it makes me wonder why we arent already all doomed. Comments just from today.

-hand guns shouldnt be made legal in canada (they are legal yet people still think they arent)

-if we had the gun registry so many gangs wouldnt have guns to kill people (what gang member is gonna get a license, register a rifle in the first place? and just for peoples info, people with a criminal record cant have gun license nevermind legally have a gun)

So to make it clear, you still need a license to get a gun, there are 2 different licenses. One for rifles and one for restricted (hand guns basically). YOU NEED TO TAKE A COURSES! to show you know the safety rules, two separate courses for both types. You also need to take a range course on top of this, you also need to get approval to transport restricted weapons. You have to join a club before you can start with your hand guns, and there is a waiting period and demonstration they you know what you are doing. Full background check (more waiting), they contact your partners and ask them if your nuts and going to kill them, check all the times you have come into contact with police (in CPIC). Alot more crap to do with the actual license itself. Now you then have to also take hunting course and license for that. By this time your really frustrated lol with the excessive amount of time its taken. Your not finished yet. You have to now figure out your storage options, laws about this. So assuming you have gone and passed this all you can now buy depending on the order of these steps and a few minor details in between that really doesnt make a lot of sense but its needed.

So you buy your rifle, from a store that is and not private (private is different). You have paperwork galore (depending on a couple other things). You now need to keep the firearm registered continuously or its supposed jail time if you let it lapse.

A couple points, the whole needing constant registration is what they ultimately are looking at getting rid of. (The rifle, not the hand guns and other restricted weapons). We arent talking about needing all the other crap you already have to have. That still stays. semi autos have a max holding so your arent gonna be able to have banna clips lol, infact the clips themselves are illegal i believe that hold large amounts. No silencers and length is also restricted, no sawed off shotguns.

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Canada is gay... got it

ya thats also true, we do have one of the largest parades and gay districts in the world. But thats a whole other thread on gift registries for later.

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http://www.ottawasun.com/2012/01/05/feds-ban-ak-47-look-alike

"Owners of the Armi Jager AP80 .22-calibre rifle received a letter from the RCMP in December saying the registration certificates for the firearm would be revoked and they had a month to dispose of their weapons - with no compensation.

As of Dec. 20, the once legally owned gun would be classified as prohibited.

According to the letter, the decision was made because the AP80 is cosmetically similar to the AK-47 rifle."

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I thought my libtard state was fucked up. Canada is turning into England.

Now I know where to go if I want to invade a home. For beaver pelts of course.

You guys have no ability to defend yourselves, or have fun outside of hockey sticks and curling...and Labatts...I guess.

I have to register my long guns in Ct also, but at least I can own an evilblackrifle and hi cap mags. And handguns. And full auto. And...all it takes is proper paper work, no criminal record, and money for tax stamps and process fees.

Canadians, send me all your BB guns, they are next.

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Mike, I spent 15 yrs learning hopw to kill human beings with various weapons. I never drew a gun of any kind on an individual. I dont hunt. I kill trout with feathers and wire.

I love to shoot. I build my own rifles. I have friends who reload and have learned their craft from generations of shooters. Many of them own legal suppressors. Most of them carry. Many of their wives carry. Some pay out the ass for tax stamps and license. Do you know how much it costs to convert to full auto? About $5,000. Theres your pay to play hommie. The paper work is already oppressive, and it takes about 6 months to get approved for an NFA item, suppresor, short barrled rifle (under16 inches). The ATF is bombed by paperwork right now. So are local LEO's with CCW paperwork.

I'm still trying to find a murder by someone with a legal handgun, or semi auto M4. You can't I bet. I, however, can find thousands of instances where an assault, home invasion, or rape attempt was haulted by a leagaly owned fire arm. Most of us, and I mean 99.9999999999% take this very seriously. We pay for training, range time, and compliance. Never mind licensing fees going to support govt boondoggles, taxes on ammo and fire arms going to habitat and species preservation and safety awareness. And providing jobs for store owners, manufacturers, range owners, gunsmiths. It's a massive sport, supported by the Olympics, and participated in by millions. Safely.

Guns kill people like pencils write books. Ban cars and trucks, you'll save thousands of lives every year, like 10 times per year the total loses in Iraq.

Pics from our New Years eve shoot. Mine is the one with the OD flashlight. Notice the big brown rifle in pic 2? Its a Mosin Nagant, maybe 80 yrs old, Soviet bolt gun, I split a boulder in half with it from 50 meters. Also note at least 2 silencers, and an SBR. I was range safety officer for the day. NO one got hurt, the local LEO came by, checked us out, fired a couple of the choice weapons and left . Ear and eye protection was mandatory. We policed up our trash and spent casings. At least 8000 rnds got fired that morning.

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This story seems relevant

http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/01/04/9948522-911-to-teen-mom-who-killed-intruder-protect-your-baby

And the follow up

http://news.yahoo.com/okla-mom-wont-face-charges-shooting-intruder-031645004.html

And seperately, on the lines of auto, I was reading a story the other day about an officer who had his weapon taken from his car. The news was making a big deal beacuse the concern was that it was full auto, but no one could confirm. I guess I don't get the fear of full auto. Yes, it SEEMS more threatening, and at close range could be devestating. But I'm much more afraid of someone delivering precise shots, than some asshole emptying a clip in 10 seconds while fighting recoil waving the thing all over.

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That's a hell of a lot of firepower right there. We just used to have fun taking a .22 out to plink cans. You guys blow shit up. :blink::tup:

How many shooters were there for that many guns and what was your range set up? I'm assuming you were firing into a berm or cliff? We always went down to the quarry to shoot so we had a good earthen back stop.

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9 guys. 50 meter range. Big rocka burm back stop, local PD has been conacted years ago to check it out, approved with flying colors, complete with frequent visits to check us out. Its 11 acres backed by undeveloped power company property. ANd trees everywher. The chances of a bullet hitting an innocent bystander is way less than someone getting hurt by a car we are driving to the shoot.

It seems like a lot, but many guys are collectors. More than a few of the weapons were rare or antique. 3 of us are prior service, one is in training to be a LEO. The guy that owns the property used to hold massive paintball wars there. He is also an avid 3-gun competitor. I only own one rifle now (sold a couple off), but am working towards my CCW permit, and am in procees of building my next rifle from scratch.

I have been a range NCO/ safety NCO on multiple US Army range operations, including machine gun training, M203 grenade launcher, M16 rifle range for annual qualifications, infantry platoon assault courses, hand gun qual courses, TOW missile ranges ,armor gunnery ranges, 4.2 inch mortar ranges, adn hand grenade. I've also been trained in demolitions and mines . Both day and night fire. I'm safe to a fault and so is anyone that goes thru my ranges. To a point, I was picking up downed tree limbs and moving rocks out of the way to reduce trip hazards. No alcohol allowed, and no smoking on the firing line. I dont fuck around.

After every cease fire or if a weapon is not being fired, bolt/ slide gets locked to the rear, chamber gets inspected to confirm its empty, and a cleaning rod goes down the bore to confirm. No weapons are allowed to be handled during a cease fire, not even to put it in its case.

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