Federal government could act on gun control as early as Friday

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Federal government could act on gun control as early as Friday

Post by IronNoggin » Wed Apr 29, 2020 6:57 pm

The predictable and pathetic political response. Simply can't miss out on making mileage on the still warm bodies... :thumbdown:

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/liberal-government-gun-control-friday-1.5549969

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Post by Hillcountry » Thu Apr 30, 2020 10:47 am

Even though we have the same “anti gun crowd” here, you are literally living it there.
Hopefully we can keep the ugly beast from getting its foot any further inside our door as time goes on but I feel that they will accomplish their goals eventually. I hope I will be dead and buried before that happens... :(
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Post by IronNoggin » Thu Apr 30, 2020 2:22 pm

Every revocation of registration must be accompanied by instructions on how to appeal. It's called a Section 74 appeal.

Every individual filing and proceeding will tie them up for years.

I plan on filing individually for each affected firearm I own & making it as painful as possible for them on their end.

https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/f-11.6/page-9.html
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Post by IronNoggin » Thu Apr 30, 2020 3:19 pm

More information on just how to react:

https://nfa.ca/2020/01/13/upcoming-gun-bans-and-confiscations-what-to-know-and-what-to-do/

AND - If you are not a current Member of the CCFR, I strongly encourage you to rectify that right now!

https://firearmrights.ca/en/membership-info/

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Post by IronNoggin » Thu Apr 30, 2020 5:25 pm

Trudeau lies and subverts democracy to push his anti-gun agenda

This is not about safety, it is the Trudeau Liberals using hundreds of millions of tax dollars to enact their agenda and they are doing it without Parliamentary oversight. There will be no bill to debate, no votes to be had.

Even if you are no fan of guns, every Canadian should be outraged that our democracy is being subverted and that their government is lying to them about what their actions will accomplish.

https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/lilley-trudeau-lies-and-subverts-democracy-to-push-his-anti-gun-agenda
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Re: Federal government could act on gun control as early as Friday

Post by IronNoggin » Fri May 01, 2020 3:18 pm

Well... He actually went through with it. :thumbdown:

Worth a watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxT3CktFjic&t=180s
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Post by IronNoggin » Fri May 01, 2020 3:28 pm

This action is an overly-expensive, do-nothing piece of legislation, produced ENTIRELY to cater to the anti's votes and nothing else.
At a time when our public coffers are being rapidly drained, it is incredibly foolish to proceed with it now.
But, there were the warm bodies to make hay on, and trust the liberals never to miss out on such an "opportunity".

Interestingly, Trudeau and Blair backed off substantially in their plans.
Instead of outright bans & confiscation, they are offering two year amnesties for all concerned, a choice between "grandfathering" (you keep the firearm in question until you die, then surrender to government) or surrender now for a below cost offering from the feds.

Interesting in that these actions are pretty well guaranteed to tick off folks on both sides to the equation. The owners are incensed for being taken to task for actions they are in no way even remotely related to. While the anti's are already screaming Blue Murder that This Does Not Go Far Enough.

Another point of interest is that Trudeau announced this "Will not effect First Nations who utilize these firearms for hunting purposes". Bizarre. On one hand no-one needs any of those scary rifles listed to hunt with. But... the poor FN's get to keep them just for that purpose? There are a few areas I can immediately think of that recognize their local FN gangs are not using their AK's for "hunting purposes"...

In his haste to capitalize on our latest tragedy, Trudeau may very well have shot himself in the foot as all concerned are left shaking their heads at his blatant politicizing of such atrocious events.

Time will tell, but this extremely poorly thought out and imposed (OIC) legislation is perhaps headed towards the same end as the ill fated Firearm Registration Program imposed by another set of liberals in a previous lifetime...

I'll be ticking the Grandfather Box, and doing what I can to fight this BS in as many arenas as possible.

In a way it almost would have been preferred to see outright bans and confiscation. We had a plan, a way to fight that which would have cost them dearly. Now, we have to rethink these issues and determine another route. Greater minds than mine are already at that task...

In the meantime I desperately hope the Conservatives get their shot together SOON!
We need them to flip this BS after the next election.
Certainly wish Pierre Poilievre were going to be leading that charge...

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Post by ihunt » Fri May 01, 2020 3:29 pm

And here’s the list of banned firearms. See link:

http://canadagazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p2/2020/2020-05-01-x3/html/sor-dors96-eng.html
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Post by Patcon » Fri May 01, 2020 4:47 pm

My condolences
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Post by LongCarbine » Sat May 02, 2020 9:17 am

Sorry to see this . Over 1200 weapons .First step to complete government take over.The people will no longer be able to protect themselves.(From their own leaders) That's why they are trying to erase history in the U.S so we can't see what happens to disarmed citizens .
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Post by IronNoggin » Sat May 02, 2020 1:28 pm

The sheep are falling into line:

Half of Canadians in cities support full ban on firearms: Ipsos poll

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Anyone else happen to think this came on incredibility fast?

Anyone else want to venture a guess as to whether this oh-so-quick to be delivered poll was sponsored by the liberals?

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Post by IronNoggin » Sat May 02, 2020 2:43 pm

The Mowhawks - Akwesasne have been under Canadian Military Counter Intelligence surveillance working with US Homeland security because of terrorist threats and smuggling of just about anything including a very profitable cigarette business and weapons smuggling. With parts of these reserves in Canada and the US it's pretty easy for them. This is one of the major firearm smuggling routes. One report said " We were going to go in and clean up , confiscate illegal weapons" etc but our government declined to act due to fears of causing an Indigenous up rising. But these guys can still own the guns that were banned today. ........ you know , for deer hunting.

Don't like it?

Do something about it:

https://norskk.com/life/2020/5/1/sue-trudeau-keep-your-guns
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Post by LongCarbine » Sat May 02, 2020 3:04 pm

Easy to do what ever they want to a disarmed population . We have a saying in Wisconsin , In November we have the 4 th largest army in the world for 9 days ( our gun season ) And we fight hard to keep it that way .
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Post by IronNoggin » Sat May 02, 2020 4:00 pm

This will let the Liberals declare that they’ve done something, and it’ll no doubt feature prominently in their next fundraising email blast. But read between the lines of all these bills and proposals and you’ll see the truth: the Liberals know that lawful Canadian gun owners aren’t a problem, but they’ll use them as a convenient money-filled pinata every time the party’s coffers run low, with the public picking up the tab.

It makes for great political theatre. But let’s be clear what it is: this isn’t policy; it’s politics — at your expense.

https://nationalpost.com/opinion/matt-gurney-the-liberals-useless-assault-weapons-ban
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Post by IronNoggin » Sat May 02, 2020 4:22 pm

Following a reading of yesterday’s regulation banning a swath of semi-automatic firearms and a briefing with officials from Public Safety, CBSA, Global Affairs, RCMP and the Department of Justice, it was made abundantly clear that the regulations were crafted in haste, and that the government has neither planned nor formulated the rest of the legislation required to implement their hastily crafted policy. As a result, the regulation is both flawed and dangerous.

During the briefing the government could not answer simple questions about the methods used for selection, why bolt action firearms were included on the list, why some shotguns are caught in the bore diameter restrictions, why some rimfire firearms are listed contrary to the selection criteria, and on and on. They also stated that the government, on behalf of the Governor in Council, has deemed the list of firearms banned as “not suitable for hunting or sport shooting”, but simultaneously provided an exemption for indigenous owners for the purpose of hunting. Further, this is contrary to the decades-long history of these very firearms being safely used for hunting and sport shooting.
This entire regulation bears the mark of an irrational process done in haste, and it divides Canadians.

https://firearmrights.ca/en/ccfr-calls-for-blairs-removal/
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