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Thread: Email from RCMP that I need to apply for ATT again? spam or real

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    Thanks, what a bunch of BS. So essentially the government supposedly trusts me to go to the range but if I was to go someplace else they think I will go beserk??
    Actually they don't trust you at all .... seems they edited down some of the rhetoric, if I find time I copied the text into an old post and will find it, but it still is the same, total lies!!!... liberal "truth" according to the LIEberals... (total lies)
    https://liberal.ca/lpc-opposes-cpc-gun-bill/

    "“The Liberal Party of Canada feels strongly that Bill C-42, currently before Parliament, contains aspects that will put Canadians’ safety at risk.

    “First, it eliminates the need for owners of prohibited and restricted firearms to have a transportation license to carry those guns in their vehicles. This means they could freely transport handguns or automatic weapons anywhere within their province, whether to a grocery store or a soccer field."



    According to them you can currently take your automatic weapon to the grocery store!
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    Thanks, what a bunch of BS. So essentially the government supposedly trusts me to go to the range but if I was to go someplace else they think I will go beserk??
    This will make the gang bangers think twice about driving around with handguns and shooting things up. I feel so much safer already, thanks Justin. Guess things were getting a little slow around the firearms center.

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    So if I am headed to the range I am less likely to rob a store. Someone should ask Trudeau if gang bangers will need a permit to transport their firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by warpipe View Post
    This will make the gang bangers think twice about driving around with handguns and shooting things up. I feel so much safer already, thanks Justin. Guess things were getting a little slow around the firearms center.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badenoch View Post
    In other words we are going back to the same restrictions that were in place before the Harper government loosened the rules. Getting a short term ATT isn't a complicated or difficult process. No big deal IMO.
    It does stop most of the gun show buys as it will take weeks to be able to get everything done, but I guess the transfer took weeks anyway before.

    I see it the same way, just made it more complicated but changes nothing for safety of the public, obviously.

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    Inaccuracies on RCMP Letter
    "It's disturbing that when it comes to the Christian faith, people don't really want, or know how, to investigate the evidence" - Daniel B. Wallace So why not learn?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tuna View Post
    The email is to warn me that a letter and application will be sent to me.

    I still say if they want to reduce hand gun problems, use the simple solution.
    Stop the practice of plea bargaining and probation when caught. If violators were to serve a full 10 years rather than serving 3 days plus 5 -10 year probation, then lessons will be better learnt.
    Not sure ... criminals perform criminal acts only because they convince themselves they won't get caught.
    Same reason people that live in states that have the death sentence still commit those crimes ... they don't think about the punishment, because they don't think they will be caught.

    I'm all for tighter penalties ... but I think we have to recognize, criminals don't care about laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    Yep, I got the same letter from them with the change in conditions on my RPAL.
    Yep......you need to contact the CFO for an ATT anywhere other than your house to the gun range. Including gun store, buyer/seller, and gunsmith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkB View Post
    Not sure ... criminals perform criminal acts only because they convince themselves they won't get caught.
    Same reason people that live in states that have the death sentence still commit those crimes ... they don't think about the punishment, because they don't think they will be caught.

    I'm all for tighter penalties ... but I think we have to recognize, criminals don't care about laws.
    I agree that longer mandatory sentences will not stop criminals from comiting crime. What it will do though is stop them from re offending as they will be locked up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 410001661 View Post
    Yep......you need to contact the CFO for an ATT anywhere other than your house to the gun range. Including gun store, buyer/seller, and gunsmith.
    The mail notice I received specifies transport to and from all shooting clubs and ranges approved under section 29 of the Firearms Act and transport of a newly acquired restricted and/or prohibited firearms from the place of acquisition to the license dwellers house or other place authorized by the chief firearms officer. So buyers can take their restricted/prohibited home without needing a specific ATT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mosquito View Post
    Inaccuracies on RCMP Letter
    Having listened to 17 minutes of Runkle's droning he clearly doesn't understand how the system works or doesn't own a restricted and/or prohibited handgun.

    He says he wants a piece of paper proving the conditions. If he owned restricted firearms and/or prohibited handguns he would have the former conditions on paper. He can expect to receive a replacement piece of paper with the new conditions shortly if he doesn't already have it.

    His conclusion that you need to buy a new restricted to bring the conditions into force is complete nonsense.

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