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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    What a futile effort for the police to try and find 1.3 million non-compliant guns...even with the outdated data from the previous registry, they have no way of knowing where the guns are if the owner says he sold them. They will only find the odd ones during searches and those discovered during spot checks during hunting season.

    I think the majority of firearm owners are calling the 'political' bluff and will never register there LGRs....much like they did during the original registry.
    There was no effort to enforce the federal lgr. If Quebec decides they want to pursue non-compliance due to the fact of a 5000.00 fine, it wont be hard at all to have spots checks during hunting season and hitting all the hunting camps they want. Very easy from someone on the outside looking in claiming they would not register. I bet a 5000.00 fine during deer season would change alot of peoples minds...lol. I'm sure it would be a great lesson in front of your kid your taking hunting, to be issued a 5000.00 fine....
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    I would never put myself into a position where I was charged with a firearms infraction. I would register and then work to remove that government that allowed it to happen. Fighting a government in court would likely bankrupt most people. Our judiciary all the way to the SCC is packed with left leaning activists who feel entitled to create laws.
    ^^^^^THIS^^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    I would never put myself into a position where I was charged with a firearms infraction. I would register and then work to remove that government that allowed it to happen. Fighting a government in court would likely bankrupt most people. Our judiciary all the way to the SCC is packed with left leaning activists who feel entitled to create laws.
    I absolutely agree. Any charge like that by any jurisdiction can and will come back to bite you on the a** later in ways you just can't imagine. The ONLY way to beat a leftist government is at the ballot box and let's face it,a politician is a politician is a politician. In the end,the ONLY thing they understand is election defeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    I absolutely agree. Any charge like that by any jurisdiction can and will come back to bite you on the a** later in ways you just can't imagine. The ONLY way to beat a leftist government is at the ballot box and let's face it,a politician is a politician is a politician. In the end,the ONLY thing they understand is election defeat.
    Exactly....a provincial charge, regardless of the fine, would automatically trigger an investigation by the CFO. Your chances of having your firearms licence revoked would be pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun Nut View Post
    Help me out here, so you donít register your guns and they fine you $5000. You pay the fine and you still refuse to register your guns. What then?


    You donít stop hunting because you grow old. You grow old because you stop hunting.
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    Some folks like to keep battering their heids off a brick wall.Register the stupid guns and that way you not driving around or walking around waiting to get stopped and asked that awkward question.I know of guys that lost their guns going north for Moose hunt,got stopped in a spot check and lost their gun and their trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    Some folks like to keep battering their heids off a brick wall.Register the stupid guns and that way you not driving around or walking around waiting to get stopped and asked that awkward question.I know of guys that lost their guns going north for Moose hunt,got stopped in a spot check and lost their gun and their trip.
    I know someone who had a break-in their home and had guns stolen. The home owner was charged with unsafe storage, lost a couple guns and cost him more than all his guns worth x2 in court. All because he decided he wouldn't register his rifles, he paid dearly even though he was the victim of a break-in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    Some folks like to keep battering their heids off a brick wall.Register the stupid guns and that way you not driving around or walking around waiting to get stopped and asked that awkward question.I know of guys that lost their guns going north for Moose hunt,got stopped in a spot check and lost their gun and their trip.
    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    I know someone who had a break-in their home and had guns stolen. The home owner was charged with unsafe storage, lost a couple guns and cost him more than all his guns worth x2 in court. All because he decided he wouldn't register his rifles, he paid dearly even though he was the victim of a break-in.
    The "I ain't registerin' my guns" crowd doesn't understand how fast that can happen,the same way the "I ain't lockin' my guns up" crowd don't get how fast needing Police at your house for something really bad and subsequently getting caught like a rat in a trap can happen,either.
    O-O-O-P's ain't gonna cut it.

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    What if someone from Quebec borrows a gun from a friend in Ontario?

    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    There was no effort to enforce the federal lgr. If Quebec decides they want to pursue non-compliance due to the fact of a 5000.00 fine, it wont be hard at all to have spots checks during hunting season and hitting all the hunting camps they want. Very easy from someone on the outside looking in claiming they would not register. I bet a 5000.00 fine during deer season would change alot of peoples minds...lol. I'm sure it would be a great lesson in front of your kid your taking hunting, to be issued a 5000.00 fine....

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    What if someone from Quebec borrows a gun from a friend in Ontario?
    As long as your tin-foil hat fits, I'm sure the police will believe you....

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    You could have a bank vault and if someone got in you would be charged exactly the same and this has happaned. A fellow in Toronto had an actual bank vault. Thieves spent 2 days to break in and he was still charged with unsafe storage.

    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    I know someone who had a break-in their home and had guns stolen. The home owner was charged with unsafe storage, lost a couple guns and cost him more than all his guns worth x2 in court. All because he decided he wouldn't register his rifles, he paid dearly even though he was the victim of a break-in.

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