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nice bit of smokin barrels :shock:

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28 Sep 2015 11:18
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You've got to be kidding, right. The Canadian Liberal Party is a prohibited EU Assault Weapon :mrgreen: https://youtu.be/34q-NZLxH7A
RCMP Declares ALL(Mod Edit) RUGER 25 + Round 10/22 Magazines PROHIBITED? (mod edit) http://calibremag.ca/rcmp-declares-10-r ... d-devices/

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"What Liberals have in mind" - (UN marking protocol of all imported firearms to Canada, if ever the passed law was implement by the Canadian Parliament, it is estimated to add an additional cost of aprox $200 per firearm, to fulfill the UN requirement, necessitating firearm importers buying expensive specialised equipement, that might not be able to mark each and every firearm....regardless of the fact, Canada's existing firearm laws exceed UN requirement on traceability and actual firearms control laws - equivalent to the strict firearm control regime here in Europe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WvnsteHw80


19 Dec 2016 15:58
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Firearms are already marked, the UN marking system does nothing but invalidate the manufactures warranty. Try explaining to leftists, who believe in the governments right to remove any legal firearm on a sudden whim. We need crime control not gun control. There's enough obsession pandering from bleeding heart liberals, aligning with anti-gun sympathiser shedding a crocodile tear for the victim of crime http://www.nanaimofishandgameclub.com/w ... g-2015.pdf


Okay, rant over :mrgreen:


20 Dec 2016 11:38
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CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ORG, have under the belt years of legal dealings with this crap. The likes of Tony Bernardo do a good job for Canadian sports shooters and believe they are ahead of the curve, since Canada introduced into the firearms code - that costly beaurcratic change to; restricted and non-restricted or worse - prohibited. The UN marking system is another fine example due for a complete legal team challenge, if ever it becomes reality- for something obviously unworkable!

At their disposal real experts - one example: Murray Gardner an experianced Canadian Practical Pistol Champion - (He has also been involved with the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) with the contractor to the Justice Department, where he worked as the Head Technical Consultant) also expert range design consultant, deployed by the Canadian DoJ. Surprising at Firearms licensing:the wider dimensions Conference, 2008 - where the Canadian Range Inspector was unable to attend, due to illness - that actual representatives from Canadian shooting sports the experts in firearms licensing (restricted/non restricted) range design and reloading - (CSSA) - never made an apperance...

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION | CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION
116 Galaxy Boulevard, Etobicoke ON  M9W 4Y6
Phone: 416-679-9959 | Fax: 416-679-9910
Toll Free: 1-888-873-4339
E-Mail: info@cdnshootingsports.org
Website: www.cssa-cila.org

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The E.U. proposed to “ban certain semi-automatic firearms, which will not, under any circumstance, be allowed to be held by private persons, even if they have been permanently deactivated.”
http://cssa-cila.org/2016/02/team-cssa- ... y-11-2016/

This means they want to BAN all semi-auto rifles with cosmetic similarity to military firearms. Effectively, if it looks like an army gun, it’s BANNED! If it’s a semi-automatic of any kind, it’s BANNED! Calibre and functionality are meaningless. Cosmetics are everything.

Sound familiar?

Now if this firearm ban becomes law, the authorities can seize every legally-owned firearm in Europe, thanks to the gun registry already in place. For the European Union, that old maxim has held true: registration means confiscation.

That the E.U.’s proposal will impact only law-abiding gun owners and do nothing to stop the flow of illegal guns, is irrelevant. They are seen to be doing something and maybe that’s all a politician needs.

Illegal firearms will not be affected, nor will the crimes committed with them.

Accomplishment means nothing when optics are everything.

Notwithstanding the RCMP’s overzealous attempts to ban certain guns in a similar fashion, Canadians are generally free to own and shoot what they want.

We are not yet facing an all-out war on our semi-automatic rifles, shotguns or handguns. And if common sense prevails, we never will.

Hunting, the most ancient of human traditions and our heritage, thrives precisely as it should. The numbers increase every year – Cecil the Lion notwithstanding. Alberta shows an 18 per cent increase in hunting licenses in just the past 5 years. In B.C., hunting licenses for black bears are up 58 per cent from just 8 years ago.

The number of people taking the firearm safety course has also risen almost every year since 2003, according to the RCMP. The number of licensed firearm owners is up 75 per cent nationwide in just the past five years alone, meaning more and more people are learning how to handle firearms safely. That’s a good thing for everyone. Knowledge is power and, as with any other area where we want to reduce accidents, education is key. Firearm accidents are at an all-time low according to Statistics Canada. Despite the endless sophomoric braying of the antis, crimes with firearms are the lowest they have been for many decades.

Our “gun games” are also alive and well. Trap and skeet shooting, IDPA (International Defensive Pistol Association) and IPSC (International Practical Shooting Confederation) pistol shooting are all thriving shooting sports. Two and three gun shooting sports such as Cowboy Action Shooting and the Action Rifle League CQB matches run by two-time Canadian Service Rifle champion Ryan Steacy, are also gaining in popularity.

Biathlon gains ground every year as more and more Canadian stars break into the international scene. Having Nathan Smith as the reigning World Championship Silver Medalist for the 10K doesn’t hurt biathlon’s popularity here in Canada either.

Yes we Canadian gun owners and sport shooters have a lot to be grateful for. Our gun laws, while a long hike from ideal, are far better than many countries around the world.

Even so, we must remain forever vigilant on the political front to ensure Canada doesn’t follow the vacuous lead of the European Union and try to implement a widespread ban on guns.



20 Dec 2016 18:01
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Great post, BA. Like many thousands of others who live out on the rural routes, we have just the one .22 rifle propped up agin the porch door to deal with raccoons marauding the chickens. Like most others I know, it's an old lever action Marlin from Marshall-Ward or a pump-action Browning or Remington from before the days of pinned magazines, integral or removable, whatever.

After spending over THREE BILLION DOLLARS of tax-payers' money on the appalling long gun registry, the gubmint, another rehash of Steven Harper's bunch of cronies, this time headed up by a a playboy living off his dad's lack of reputation, will do anything to show that they are 'fighting crime'. Most everybody knows that most of the high-level crime in Eastern Canada stems from the biker gangs of Montréal, with their somehow unending stocks of full-auto guns - even rocket-launchers, and yet the poor guy out in the boonies gets shat on again whenever the gubmint needs to 'make a stand' on the gun laws. As pointed out above, Canada has some of the strictest gun law anyplace on the planet, but we STILL have shoot-outs in Eastern Canada worthy of the words 'wholesale massacre'.

We are not overly helped by the RCMP - the mounties who can be as unbelievably stupid as AGS in matters concerning guns and their licensing. They may even swap stories on how to royally f*ck people up, whilst seeming to serve the public safety interest, as I'm sure AGS do on a daily basis, from what I've read on other forums.

Thankfully, Canada is a long way from the EU, but ideas travel fast. Who knows what is next coming out of the 'madhouse on the hill'?

From the yUK POV, this EU thing is intolerable, to say the least, and it's one of the good reasons to decide to leave the EU that may not have had much bearing on the recent UK decision to do so, but it sure works for me.

tac


21 Dec 2016 11:31
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Yes we Canadian gun owners and sport shooters have a lot to be grateful for. Our gun laws, while a long hike from ideal, are far better than many countries around the world

Those experts from the Canadian sports shooting associations deserve a great deal of credit for why the likes of the M1 Garand and most other semi-automatic rifles, remain non-restricted in Canada.
The reason is simple because heavy long rifle designs of this type are seldom useful for gangs and the type of attack that took place in Paris.
Too big, difficult to use, possessing enough recoil to knock a drug induced punk square in the teeth.

M1 Garand - Canada (No ground baffle 'rifle range')
https://youtu.be/N8v2zhLCHlg

In Canada, the historic M1 Garand remain a non restricted, semi-automatic rifle with an exception to the 5 rounds rule for semi auto rifles, as it is loaded by an 'internal en bloc clip' which holds eight rounds.
Weight unloaded: 9 lb 8 oz - 11-1/4 lbs loaded.
Length: 43.6 inches long.
Heavy and slow, hard recoiling rifle by modern standards and similar when comparing it with second generation battle rifles: FN-SLR etc, etc.
The AK and other true assault rifles are superior in urban and for modern combat out to 300 meters, due to their compact size, bigger magazine capacity, burst and fully-automatic capability.


23 Dec 2016 19:22
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firearms classification a scam. you're either a danger to society or you're not

Canadian Gun Law discussion - Part 1 - Overview
https://youtu.be/OwvC8yvectw
Part 5
https://youtu.be/qsSJm5TSnQc


Canadian Gun Law discussion - Part 6 - Firearms Classification

https://youtu.be/IXOsXhEN8M


25 Dec 2016 16:27
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... urant.html

gunman dressed in black picked off terrified diners by firing 'professional bursts' of three or four shots as he went on the rampage through cafes and restaurants in Paris

http://www.spiegel.de/international/eur ... 83461.html

Obama and his Marxist alliance of Democratic Progressives, under the command of elite globalists such as George Soros, have been leading this charge to disarm the people for decades now. Through shadow government they are trying to nullify the 2nd Amendment by pushing for UN authority over individual gun ownership. Undeniable statistics show that gun laws do nothing to prevent terrorist attacks or lower gun crimes and criminal activity.

Altogether, what this suggests is that the international community’s leaders are looking to use terrorism to clamp down on firearm ownership in the same way the threat of terror was used to increase surveillance activity throughout the world in recent decades.http://megynkelly.org/220302/eu-uses-te ... n-control/


04 Jan 2017 23:46
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An alarming prospect of unknown proportions!

It appears the Canadian shooting orgs warning was no joke on the possibility of future UN interference in Canada's domestic firearms law.
The proposed UN marking system was an example of the door opening to allow a country run by a dictator being able to vote on future international firearms policy, dictated to by UN proposals - voted on every six years, until the UN eventually, over time, achieves the right outcome....



Human rights and the regulation of civilian acquisition, possession and use of firearms
High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein

(2015) - 43rd Meeting, 29th Regular Session Human Rights Council Vote on Draft Resolution
- A/HRC/29/L.18 - "Human rights and the regulation of civilian acquisition, possession and use of firearms" submitted by Peru, Ecuador

http://webtv.un.org/topics-issues/globa ... 01?page=67

5:56 USA - objected and abstained on the human rights council or any international body given the right to interfere in the affairs of a sovereign countries right to control civilian firearms.

10:03 UK - abstained stating, recent terrorists attacks in Europe are a matter better addressed in the public security arena and not the human rights council.


Countries that Voted, results as follows:


MOTION- ADOPTED (41 YES / 0 NO / 6 ABSTENTIONS)

41 - in Favor

6 - Abstentions

0 - Zero, no's

http://www.refworld.org/docid/576b83cc4.html


05 Jan 2017 14:17
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My thoughts. Jjihadi central are going to think all their Christmases have come at once :mrgreen:


05 Jan 2017 18:23
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the globalists UN gun marking of the beast at some stage disarming the nations is the goal of the United Nations http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/co ... ent-agenda


05 Jan 2017 22:16
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International Association for the Protection of Civilian Arms Rights http://iapcar.org/about/

The global movemant against gun violence http://www.iansa.org/region/europe


10 Jan 2017 22:57
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Many, many long guns went unregistered during the bitter winter of discontent that was the Long Gun Register - an act now consigned to history, but not without leaving a Can$3.8 BILLION hole in the nation's reserves.

There is absolutely no way that honest law-abiding Canuckians will bend over for the EU or the UN, even with a playboy asshole's son as the playboy asshole PM.

tac


08 Feb 2017 17:06
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