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    Quote Originally Posted by brent View Post
    Suppose to be unloaded completely for storage. Removing primer is only legal for moving from one hunting place to another.
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by patvetzal View Post
    Must have changed this recently...Removing the primer has always been OK in past....
    Not according to the Firearms Act.

    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    The removal of the primer makes the firearm unloaded as far as the FWCA is concerned. Not removing powder and bullet is contrary to the firearms regulations with respect to storage. That one is a criminal offence !
    Thank you as well.

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    Having flesh of game kept over from one season to the next.
    Same with fish--having fillets in the freezer then going out and getting another catch.

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    ....confusing Provincial regs with Federal laws (ie: Provincial Offense Act/FWCA/HTA with Criminal Code/Firearms Act). The latter may land you in jail while the former is a fine (usually).
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    Quote Originally Posted by sawbill View Post
    Having flesh of game kept over from one season to the next.
    Well would you look at that! This one is new to me!

    So it's illegal for me to have moose or deer in my freezer for more than a year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ysyg View Post
    When muzzle load hunting deer, after removing the primer and casing my rifle I sometimes forget to remove the powder and bullet before storing for the night.
    Perfectly legal to do in Ontario.
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    Walking down or crossing a road (even in a remote area) with a loaded gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawbill View Post
    Having flesh of game kept over from one season to the next.
    Same with fish--having fillets in the freezer then going out and getting another catch.
    I did not know that. Could you provide more detail please. Not that I will ever bag enough grouse or ducks to have then in my freezer for more than a few months, but this reg seems odd. Is the issue possession limits or spoilage or?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    The removal of the primer makes the firearm unloaded as far as the FWCA is concerned. Not removing powder and bullet is contrary to the firearms regulations with respect to storage. That one is a criminal offence !
    Agreed, I am referring to storage at end of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    Perfectly legal to do in Ontario.
    Violation under the FA. (criminal offence)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawbill View Post
    Having flesh of game kept over from one season to the next.
    Same with fish--having fillets in the freezer then going out and getting another catch.
    I would like to hear more about this as well.

    Unless you are just talking about possession limits for birds, fish, small game.

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