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Re: Gun Registry

Post by VixChix » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:29 pm

Steve B wrote:Baby Duck... Nice.

I hope you have better taste in crossbows than you do wine!!! :lol:
The Baby Duck was a gift from a wine connoisseur! :D :D :D
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by Ont_Excal » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:48 pm

A few years ago 4 RCMP were killed in Alberta. :shock:
More recently two were wounded and recovering again in Alberta. :shock:

They must of forgot how to use the registry, huh!!! :? :?
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by swiftfox » Wed Feb 15, 2012 11:44 pm

Who is to say that paper and scissors can't crush ROCK. Good bye Alan Rock you Liberal little P.R.. 1993 to 2012 way to long for a stupid law to be removed from the Federal government law book.

I toast the end of a stupid law with a glass of Keith's and hope we as free law abiding Canadians never have to be subjected to a gun registery again. :D :D

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Re: Gun Registry

Post by Ont_Excal » Wed Feb 15, 2012 11:52 pm

I'm toasting with 40 Creek and OJ. :mrgreen:

Rock and his cronies were afraid of the people.
The next election would be a good time to bounce the rest of the red hoard and start with traitor Rae and his minions.
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by j.krug » Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:35 am

DirtyGun wrote:Corks popping all over around these parts... :lol:

It's only the beginning...now that we have taken the beach, time to move inland. It won't be a short fight...but a worthwhile one.

Stay the course folks!

No cork popping but I did toast the demise of the LGR with one of my favs...a Newcastle Brown Ale. Yummy.

And yes, this is a good start but there is still a lot of work to be done and many changes to be made. It is nice to be moving in the right direction though. :)
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by ecoaster » Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:23 am

Wow. 9 pages. I'm going to start asking more questions that are near and dear to people's hearts. :lol:

Long Live the Abolishment of the USELESS Registry! :mrgreen:
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by taz3 » Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:26 am

VixChix wrote:From what I understand, whenever the cops pull up anything on anyone the registry is accessed - that accounts for the high access numbers. So even if they're pulling over speeders they're checking.

We've had the gun/no gun in house discussion with officers - they say they feel better if they know beforehand if there are guns in the house. We respond by asking why they don't just assume there are guns in the house no matter what? After all, persons most likely to possess illegally, store improperly, and use guns for crime AREN'T going to have their firearms registered. Duh. :roll:

At any rate, we popped open a bottle of Baby Duck (a bit of an inside joke - thanks Ryan!) and toasted at dinner tonight! :D
Some great points made here ^^, but I have to add, why would they limit themselves into believing only registered gun owners can be a problem for the law, there are many other forms of hunting in which weapons are used. I would think, if someone has a hunting license, it would be a pretty good guess, that more than likely, they posses a hunting weapon of some type. :roll: The bottom line, has got to be the those who own illegal firearms though, they are the ones that are more amp to be involved in a confrontation then a licensed owner, so responding with caution will be their best bet.
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by evaughan » Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:18 am

I'm glad this is done :D and thank god we have a govt in power that is truely concerned with our rights and freedoms. No they can focus they're efforts on spying on us. :roll:
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by TPM » Thu Feb 16, 2012 2:30 pm

Baby Duck... Nice.

I hope you have better taste in crossbows than you do wine!!!
Wine? I thought it was carbonated cough syrup! :shock: There's a story behind the Baby Duck that has it's roots in our hunt camp but suffice it to say it has become associated with "celebration" within our group. A fellow forum member was kind enough to swallow his pride (a lot easier than swallowing Baby Duck for him I'm sure) and buy a bottle and drop it off at our house yesterday. We appreciate the efforts as I'm sure being seen in public with a bottle of "The Duck" was not easy for him. :wink: :lol:
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by DirtyGun » Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:55 pm

TPM wrote:
Baby Duck... Nice.

I hope you have better taste in crossbows than you do wine!!!
Wine? I thought it was carbonated cough syrup! :shock: There's a story behind the Baby Duck that has it's roots in our hunt camp but suffice it to say it has become associated with "celebration" within our group. A fellow forum member was kind enough to swallow his pride (a lot easier than swallowing Baby Duck for him I'm sure) and buy a bottle and drop it off at our house yesterday. We appreciate the efforts as I'm sure being seen in public with a bottle of "The Duck" was not easy for him. :wink: :lol:
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One of the ladies at the LCBO I see on a regular basis, who I also attend church with, gave me a really strange look. She usually updates me on the latest Vintages releases after service on Sunday.

Then I picked up my wife from work. She got in the car, saw the bag, opened it and gave me a 'WTF?' look...and I don't mean 'way too funny'. :lol:

It's nothing a few eight year old Napa Valley Zinfandels and a couple Aussie Shiraz' won't fix. :lol:

But my father will disown me if he knows I even touched a bottle of BD...so...shhhhhhhh. :D

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Re: Gun Registry

Post by badredbird » Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:20 am

gun registry? whats that ?

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Re: Gun Registry

Post by Sliver » Sun Feb 19, 2012 11:51 am

badredbird wrote:gun registry? whats that ?
The biggest waste of Canadian Tax dollars you can imagine
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by taz3 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 12:08 pm

Sliver wrote:
badredbird wrote:gun registry? whats that ?
The biggest waste of Canadian Tax dollars you can imagine

And a way to categorize hunters with criminals.

In short it was our government wanting all guns registered with their owners, thinking it would somehow help reduce gun crimes. What they couldn't see, is hunters are not the problem and never were. :(
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by robertyb » Sun Feb 19, 2012 12:36 pm

If Obama gets elected again I think the USA will see gun registration at the least. He has already appointed two Supreme Court Justices that are anti 2nd amemdment thus anti gun.
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Re: Gun Registry

Post by badredbird » Sun Feb 19, 2012 6:59 pm

i wqas being facetious when i said gun registry whats that, registering your guns is just so they know where to go and who s door o knock on when they ban themor greatly restrict them , like they did in britain, if you look at syria right now as they battle against tyranny it should serve as a reminder of why its an important freedom, fortunately here in wv you don neeed to register guns , an looks like that will be the case long into the future , i wouldnt register any guns for any reason to anyone ,

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