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    Quote Originally Posted by standup View Post
    Had a push button seperation. Ya 911, he's beating me. Went through the courts. She was found certifiable so guns should come back. Now that being said I would imagine that will take a wee while cause that finding only happened 1 biz day ago. Okay all good,but. Regardless of how that went down a seperation is a seperation and I'm rooked come PAL renewal aren't I ? Face it safe to say she did not loose well so i would think as soon as I tick off seperated on the form, they contact her, she wizzez in my corn flakes the renewal is pooched. That sound right?
    No,you're not necessarily "rooked",at all. Police deal with this all the time,so,it's nothing new to them. Depending on what they did with it,you'll need to get your PAL back before you can get your firearms from the Police. The investigating officer should be able to tell you how to proceed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    No,you're not necessarily "rooked",at all. Police deal with this all the time,so,it's nothing new to them. Depending on what they did with it,you'll need to get your PAL back before you can get your firearms from the Police. The investigating officer should be able to tell you how to proceed.
    Ya I struggle with the "they're automatically gone"part. I mean they're seized, then she goes out and kills ten proving me super innocent and her for sure crackers. Oh sorry oops we destroyed 100,000 worth of your property, sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by standup View Post
    Ya I struggle with the "they're automatically gone"part. I mean they're seized, then she goes out and kills ten proving me super innocent and her for sure crackers. Oh sorry oops we destroyed 100,000 worth of your property, sorry
    Nope,that can't happen. Don't waste any time,though. After 90 days,they can be declared as abandoned and then they can be disposed of. Needless to say you and her are definitely done,so,there's no further concern about her having access,right? That could be an issue if she comes back.
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    I'll tell you though it would be easier if the cops did some before hand investigative work like the USA cops so they didnt always get their a55e5 handed to them cause good lord are they sore about cooperation. Said it was mandatory to take scopes off this time. Its procedure now. I can imagine the job done of the screws on 700 dollar target mounts. I'll take it to civil not with opp on the suit but with the exact officer's name
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    I'm going to go into a massive downsize anyway. Odd to say after 40 yrs of grooming a collection to perfection but now that I'm retired they're like a pet. Love em to death but a hassle I just don't need. 70 pound pse drive, ten point reverse draw crossbow maybe 3 guns, 22, 243, 308, 45/70. There done
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    Quote Originally Posted by standup View Post
    Howd they come back in 01 w/o order and why is cop shop telling me I only have a month to get them? Get them from the cop lock up if they're gone to crown? Get them from cops if investigating officer says "see if you win trial and get guns"?
    That's why I said, it all depends on the court disposition of your charges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by standup View Post
    I'll tell you though it would be easier if the cops did some before hand investigative work like the USA cops so they didnt always get their a55e5 handed to them cause good lord are they sore about cooperation. Said it was mandatory to take scopes off this time. Its procedure now. I can imagine the job done of the screws on 700 dollar target mounts. I'll take it to civil not with opp on the suit but with the exact officer's name
    The problem is that men do shoot their wives and girlfriends and it happens a lot, they cannot take any chances. If you think about it, if your mom accused your dad of abuse and they waited for a week to look into things and your mom was shot in 3 days, how would you feel?

    You cannot take chances but at the same time if there is no evidence of wrong doing and you are free and clear on the judges order then you should be fine.

    I do suggest when you get them back you find a trusted friend that has no connection to her and who she does not even know to leave your guns with for the time being. If may seem stupid but that friend can always meet you at the range or at your hunting spot with your gun for you use use but if and when she accuses you of unsafe storage, threats to use them against her and all that jazz the cops will show up to your house and find nothing, not a round of ammo and not a single gun. You are the one taking control of the situation here, you are the one who can prove you are doing nothing wrong and her accusations will cause her to look even worse to the courts.

    I actually had a hunting buddy who was attacked by his girlfriend, she hit him a pile and so he held her wrists to get her to stop. Once she calmed down he let go and she promptly called her mom, told her he was beating her and started to smash her head into the wall, now who are they going to believe?

    No guns in the home, no access to them without your friends supervision and or permission and no chance she can have any legs to stand on.

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    1. Keep all paperwork. When PAL renewal time comes, if there is an issue, you can have it as back up.

    2. Keep in touch with your police detachment who have the guns. Be polite, and courteous. But keep in touch. They will not dispose of them without speaking with you.

    3. Ensure you get the disposession of assets resolved shortly. The courts move fairly slow, but once a verdict has been rendered, it should work just fine.

    Keep your communication and messaging civil, and forthright ( including on here). Being frustrated is one thing, but having that frustration misconstrued as something else can often happen.
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    I can tell you that I have been through a divorce and at renewal time they did not even contact my ex....

    I figured that they had nothing against me so there was no need to speak to past relationships.

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    This thread came along at a strange time. I just got a call from a buddy who wants me to pick up his gear this AM and take them to my place. His wife told him last night that she wanted to "explore other possibilities because she thinks it's something she needs to do" after 25 years together. He was completely blindsided and in shock,but,admitted that he's has had a feeling something hasn't been "quite right" for a while. I'm glad to help out. These things can "go south" in a hurry,especially,if the little woman is going through "the change". Better safe than sorry.
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