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Re: Gun Registry

Postby Helmut » Sun Feb 19, 2012 10:52 pm

badredbird wrote: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 ,


Wow comparing the USA or Canada to Syria? Brother that is a stretch. Look no matter what we as a North American group are no where near the condition Syria is in. That is exactly the kind of rhetoric and fearmongering I refered to in a previous post.
Britian has had very tight guns laws for decades and until recent years the police did not carry side arms.
Just be glad that is is coming to an end here in Canada. I think the militias can stand down.
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby badredbird » Mon Feb 20, 2012 8:44 pm

britain had people register their guns before they took them, what difference does it make when it was?and as far as the usa britain just gave it to us right, squirrel guns won this piece of the rock bud , those who fail to comprehend or remember history are doomed to repeat it, in the usa like most countries as the disparity between have and have nots widens , and it is widening at a rapid pace , what historically has rectified this , i cant speak for canada ,fear mongering no, my dad was rather high ranking law enforcemnet officer , and even he never put all his guns on his carry , and my point wasnt to compare to syria s current situation as a proxy to modern day usa , but to heed the warning that unregulated gun ownership is the last word on true freedom , and any attempt to ban , impede or restrict should be eyed warily
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby badredbird » Mon Feb 20, 2012 8:49 pm

p.s. since our gun right ownership is secure i guess we dont need an nra anymore huh?
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby robertyb » Mon Feb 20, 2012 9:03 pm

badredbird wrote:p.s. since our gun right ownership is secure i guess we dont need an nra anymore huh?


I am a life member and personally think anyone that appreciates owing a gun of any type should be a member also. Without the NRA we would have lost our rights under the Clinton administration.
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby badredbird » Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:01 pm

im a life member too ,i was also being facetious, but im a fear mongerer also apparently
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby Raymond » Tue Feb 21, 2012 11:33 am

Do we need to hang on to those gun permits that we received after a gun was registered?
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby Ont_Excal » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:09 pm

For now yes.
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby DirtyGun » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:09 pm

For now, Raymond, yes. Until C-19 receives Royal Ascent, you will need to keep them and follow by the law as it is currently written.

After it receives Royal Ascent, feel free to do with them as you wish...like driving to Ottawa and burning them in the eternal flame on Parliament Hill. ;)
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby j.krug » Wed Feb 22, 2012 6:14 am

DirtyGun wrote: After it receives Royal Ascent, feel free to do with them as you wish...like driving to Ottawa and burning them in the eternal flame on Parliament Hill. ;)


All my registrations are still full sheets, I never cut the cards out. I'm gonna shoot a few holes in each with the the gun they belong to and then frame them and hang them in my little gun area downstairs. A nice little keepsake. :wink:
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby Pydpiper » Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:16 am

j.krug wrote:All my registrations are still full sheets, I never cut the cards out. I'm gonna shoot a few holes in each with the the gun they belong to and then frame them and hang them in my little gun area downstairs. A nice little keepsake. :wink:


I have heard of 1001 ways to deal with those papers, I like this one the best.
Mine are all intact as well, I made copies to carry.
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby DirtyGun » Wed Feb 22, 2012 8:27 am

I will be framing one and placing the words: Never Forget with it, then hanging it in my gun room.
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby wheelie » Wed Feb 22, 2012 11:17 am

I also have full sheets. I always carried photocopies. I will keep the originals in filing cabnet so if something ever happened I will have serials and description of what I lost.
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby DirtyGun » Wed Feb 22, 2012 11:36 am

As with all the valuables in the house that have a serial number on them, I have serial numbers, model numbers and descriptions stored in a flash drive and in hard copy, off site.

Good tip for everyone. If you ever get burglarized, not much can be done if you can't provide serial numbers. From experience with a family member, it makes your insurance claim much easier too.
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby Pydpiper » Wed Feb 22, 2012 5:22 pm

DirtyGun wrote:As with all the valuables in the house that have a serial number on them, I have serial numbers, model numbers and descriptions stored in a flash drive and in hard copy, off site.

Good tip for everyone. If you ever get burglarized, not much can be done if you can't provide serial numbers. From experience with a family member, it makes your insurance claim much easier too.


We take this one step farther and photograph the items, as well as the serial numbers.
A few years ago we had a car for sale at the end of our country driveway, someone decided to approach the garage door instead of call. He walked back out with a very expensive portable radio. ^ months later I got a call from the cops saying they think they may have found it, serial numbers scratched off.. He said the batteries in the memory were unique and asked if we could identify them. The AA batteries were ones I had custom labeled for one of my 2 stores, got my radio back.
We were less shocked at the fact we got the radio back as we were to who had taken it.. :evil:
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Re: Gun Registry

Postby badredbird » Wed Feb 22, 2012 6:51 pm

very good advice i have all mine recorded too, had a friend who they broke into his house took his guns , insurance only paid 80 percent, i wish they break in my house no need to call the police , just the coroner
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