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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    If you got i/d that shows you living in Toronto you might be in business.
    Which is why I asked if there was a willing torontonian among us.

    This could be a good racket. If I lived in Toronto I wouldn't hesitate to round up a dozen beaters and take advantage of the foolish program.

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    Gun buy-back programs are a lot like people in a flood loading sandbags. It doesn't do a hell of a lot of good except let folks think they're doing something to "help",so,if that's what floats their boat,go nuts.
    I like my firearms like Liberals like voters-----undocumented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Gun buy-back programs are a lot like people in a flood loading sandbags. It doesn't do a hell of a lot of good except let folks think they're doing something to "help",so,if that's what floats their boat,go nuts.
    Yea they promote false hope....and do nothing but cost a lot of money that could be better spent elsewhere..
    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjhind View Post
    This is awesome. Is there a torontonian among us that wants to turn in all of our beater guns?

    Do you think they'd be suspicious if someone showed up with a moving van loaded to the roof with old beaters?

    I'm not above taking money from Toronto
    You and the rest of the province do it daily.

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    When I pass, my old lady isn’t going to be selling or giving away my collection to no cops for them to destroy. My estate/Will is up to date and my toys are going where I want them to go. My old beater guns were already given to a old gunsmith and a few old working guns went to my nephews. Take care of your assets while your alive.
    "When you piss in the wind, you will get your feet wet."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmoose View Post
    Great idea! I've got a couple old beaters here also. We should get together and do a carpool down there. maybe pick up a couple more takers to spread the cost of gas? I'm sure Gilroy will put us up for the night, feed us breakfast, then we go get our cash and hightail it back home?
    Bush, that sounds like a helluva plan. Take the old motorhome at Christmas time and park in Gilroy’s driveway. Bring the Rottweiler and wear your housecoat while emptying your holding tank into the catchbasin.

    A week of that that will change his outlook.
    Lest we forget : “I came to Ottawa with the firm belief that the only people in Canada that should own firearms are the Military and the Police..." Alan Rock Liberal Justice Minister 1995

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    Not when you factor $300.00 driving down from Capreol to Toronto in gas and then the nice officer at HQ telling you its a Toronto Program and you do not qualify and you then spend another $300.00 in gas getting back. LOL But not a bad way to get your guns out for some fresh air.
    It is a citiot only program. They are the only ones that see the value, and will drink the coolaid.

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    Update: after 3 weeks the tally

    So far, police have received 816 long guns and 419 handguns through the program, totalling $309,850. Each gun was inspected to see if it had ever been involved in a crime.
    No mention of the type of crap people took in a for the cash !!

    Ends tomorrow...I wonder if they will releases staggering results of how many were involved in crimes and are now off the street. I hope the good folks in the GTA feel safer for the $300K spent
    Last edited by MikePal; May 16th, 2019 at 08:14 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 73hunter View Post
    Bush, that sounds like a helluva plan. Take the old motorhome at Christmas time and park in Gilroy’s driveway. Bring the Rottweiler and wear your housecoat while emptying your holding tank into the catchbasin.

    A week of that that will change his outlook.
    Do it eddy style.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Update: after 3 weeks the tally



    No mention of the type of crap people took in a for the cash !!

    Ends tomorrow...I wonder if they will releases staggering results of how many were involved in crimes and are now off the street. I hope the good folks in the GTA feel safer for the $300K spent
    What a joke !! 300 grand would go a long way towards policing the gangs!!!

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