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Thread: H1 License, Without PAL,POL

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    Pretty sure he can borrow a gun and hunt with it so long as he's under direct supervision of a PAL holder.

    Also, have him ask his wife if she'll sign off on divorce papers.

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    Im assuming that since he knew in advance his wife was going to sign off on it that he didnt take the firearms class? He either needs to sweet talk her into it or buy a bow or a crossbow and get out and practice. Otherwise he is sharing a gun and being supervised. I dont mind taking unlicensed friends out shooting with me and showing them a good time but in a hunting situation i get a little selfish and there is no way i am giving up my gun unless i am mentoring a young hunter. If you are a grown man you are on your own lol

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    Has she changed her religion or was she Hindi when they got married? Can't see any happy future if he does shoot something...

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    Tell him to put on his big boy pants and man up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat32rf View Post
    Has she changed her religion or was she Hindi when they got married? Can't see any happy future if he does shoot something...
    maybe he gonna shoot plants
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    He could also get a flintlock muzzle loader. No firearms licence required.
    Member of the National Firearms Association (NFA).

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    His best approach to the wife not "signing off" is to contact the RCMP and explain why she won't on religious grounds. There's many different reasons spouses/ex-spouses won't "sign off." The RCMP has likely heard them all,so,this will be nothing new. Usually,they'll contact the spouse and,if applicable,simply by-pass that step and issue the PAL.
    That's the answer. The reason you have to get spouses and ex-spouses to sign off is public safety: it is supposed to help screen out people who are prone to violence. It is not intended to give people a way to impose their views on others.

    Unless his wife can cite a public safety concern, he should still get his PAL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by welsh View Post
    That's the answer. The reason you have to get spouses and ex-spouses to sign off is public safety: it is supposed to help screen out people who are prone to violence. It is not intended to give people a way to impose their views on others.

    Unless his wife can cite a public safety concern, he should still get his PAL.
    It's a major PITA for PAL requirements,but,the RCMP will side step them if they're being unreasonable. Marital splits happen all the time. As long as everythings legit,there's usually no problem. The Police can sort through the BS fairly quickly.
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    If I remember correctly it says on the form that the signature of the spouse is not required.. However if it isn't on there they will contact the spouse/congigal partner.. I may be mistaken.. But pretty sure its not requirement.. Chances are they won't call anyways.. I got my pal issued to me and I put the wrong phone number in the application.. Called in to correct the phone number after it showed as processed.. But the card was already in the mail.
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    What topher said. Its an acknowledgement that she is aware you are getting a permit not authorization.

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