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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfood View Post
    Another fun fact .

    Almost 100 % of handguns confiscated by police do not have a gun license to begin with.

    So gun ownership by licensed gun owners are almost [emoji817] percent not the problem.

    Legal gun owners are not the problem.



    But we all all know there will be another shooting later this evening . With yet another illegal gun. How sad

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    So why not loosen the restriction on handguns to allow there use in hunting? The current restriction on handguns does nothing to prevent there illegal use. Perhaps being use to take wild game might shine a light on showing there are other uses for handguns other than cutting paper at an approve or shooting range. The current restriction on hand guns has done nothing in terms of preventing them from being used illegally to shoot people. Why must laws serve to put inconveniences in the path of the law abiding citizenry, if they are not being adequately enforced against the criminal element within our society?

    You don't stop hunting because you grow old. You grow old because you stop hunting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun Nut View Post
    Let me see now, are you talking proficiency in regard to bunching holes in paper silhouettes, or are you talking proficiency in regard to shooting at individuals who are likely to be shooting back. There is apparently a considerable difference. Using some degree of good judgment would suggest that a crowed street or subway platform is probably not the best location to get engaged an exchange of gun fire, it's an invitation to causing bystander collateral damage. It would be like getting into a high speed chase on crowd suburban thoroughfares. The modus operandi of law enforcement is to serve and protect, it's not to shoot down or run down bystanders, hopeful they have the training and brains to with strain them selves where the safety of the general public is concern. They are not a bunch of actors on the streets of TV or Movie Land, their use of firearms and vehicles have real consequences.

    You don't stop hunting because you grow old. You grow old because you stop hunting.
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    I imagine they’d always do their best to avoid gunplay in crowded areas but they’re not always able to choose the time and place.

    wouldn’t you think ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GW11 View Post
    Most of the range damage at our club comes from "police day".
    My club/range routinely turns down requests from police/CBSA to use out facilities. 'Problem solved.

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