10/4 but I tried to avoid them,,I didn't want no ,,"Warts",, ya know!!!
you doing a lot of fighting up there in Canada? i thought you already won your battle over the capacity's & drums up there.. what ya got to fight about?
gotcha.... i remember those & when they wanted to change their mind..... just didnt know if it happened again or if they gave up.
I don't think there is anything that they can do as they have officially approved them.
Now that the long gun registry has been dismantled, they don't know how many there are, or who owns them. As there is no registry in which to record serial numbers, I don't bother putting serial numbers on the guns. They are without any markings.
I set the Stens free !!
When was the long gun registry taken down? How about handguns? Interesting.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/long...rway-1.1162348 The frogs can cry a river but it's done them no good.
I know of no other country that has reversed it's anti gun laws.
Handguns still have to be registered. I have three, a Walther P1, a Webley.455" and an antique Webley MkI. The antique does not have to be registered. I am thinking about getting rid of the two that do.
now THAT is some good news....
does this apply all across Canada? ive got friends over in Nova Scotia that have a lot of land & are always telling me to come up & enjoy the area when i retire...
the firearms hold up was a huge block for me...