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    What firearms are reasonable for hunting is the focus of a report released today by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH).
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    Should be an interesting read.

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    And if they are not reasonsble? Going on some sort of ban/prohibited list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJohnson View Post
    And if they are not reasonsble? Going on some sort of ban/prohibited list?

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    Already there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OODMag View Post
    What firearms are reasonable for hunting is the focus of a report released today by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH).
    The post OFAH report examines hunting firearms appeared first on Ontario OUT of DOORS.


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    What firearms are reasonable for hunting is the focus of a report released today by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH).

    The 68-page document, titled What Firearms are Reasonable and Proportionate for Hunting in Canada: An examination of previously non-restricted firearms prohibited under SOR/2020-96, was authored by OFAH Director of Programs and Policy Matt DeMille.

    The report examines the relationship between hunting and firearms and analyzes firearms prohibited by order in council (OIC) on May 1, 2020. Canadian firearms owners identified these firearms as being used for hunting, prior to being prohibited, the OFAH stated in a release.

    Of the 64 firearms examined that were previously non-restricted, almost all of them were used for hunting by Canadians. The report concludes that there is nothing that separates these now-prohibited firearms from other non-restricted firearms available for hunting in Canada
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    Trudeau specifically say he wouldn't allow bans


    Then when challenged they refused to even let the judge see the evidence (if any exists) as to why the banned those specific firearms and invoked the secrecy act.
    Liberal breaks another promise in regards to openness, Runkle OIC secret




    Translation: Libs lies and did nothing good and then covered up the lies and attack on the law abiding.

    The reality: In the 2021 CBC election compass, a series of questions to suggest which party fits you, one of the questions was should there be a ban on semi-auto firearms and in the results it specifically said that the NDP/PC/Liberal and Green ALL were in favour of it to some degree. The options were Strong infavour, generally in favour, neutral, generally against and strongly against, of the elected parties only the Conservatives were strongly against, all others were sort of in favour or however they phrased it.

    Conclusion: They made sh** up, attacked the law abiding, have no clue why or what they are doing, used the secrecy act out of desperation and will try to ban all semi's later given a chance.


    See CCFR and Lawyers advice threads for more detail on what is going on.
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    Regretably,we have the Liberal government for the next 4 years. This "report" is like closing the barn door after the horses are long gone. WTH was this a year or even 6 months ago?
    Gun control is the "canary in the coal mine" because it shows a failed government on the path to oppression,dictatorship and communism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Regretably,we have the Liberal government for the next 4 years. This "report" is like closing the barn door after the horses are long gone.
    Hey you just made me hurl into my throat

    A minority government..the first non-confidence vote and we'll spend another $600 million. One of these times the brain dead will find a piece of grey matter that will turf the turd
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Hey you just made me hurl into my throat

    A minority government..the first non-confidence vote and we'll spend another $600 million. One of these times the brain dead will find a piece of grey matter that will turf the turd
    That moron has pumped the kool aid down the throats of Liberal voters by the tractor trailer tank load to the point where their collective brains have completely atrophied and turned to mush. I believe Canada has turned a corner into a socialist/communist abyss beyond redemption.
    Last edited by trimmer21; October 14th, 2021 at 05:18 PM.
    Gun control is the "canary in the coal mine" because it shows a failed government on the path to oppression,dictatorship and communism.

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    And the next 4 years after that

    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Regretably,we have the Liberal government for the next 4 years. This "report" is like closing the barn door after the horses are long gone. WTH was this a year or even 6 months ago?
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Regretably,we have the Liberal government for the next 4 years. This "report" is like closing the barn door after the horses are long gone. WTH was this a year or even 6 months ago?
    My initial thoughts and then thoughts of the Spring bear ban, then I headed for the liquor cabinet and I started feeling better again. LOL

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