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JC69 wrote: One range near me has a 4y wait list!
You guys really love your guns in Toronto. I think you might have a gun problem.
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govas19 wrote: You guys really love your guns in Toronto. I think you might have a gun problem.
Nope, no problem has stemmed from folks who went to great lengths to obey the law when it's much easier not to do so and avoid accountability.
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govas19 wrote: You guys really love your guns in Toronto. I think you might have a gun problem.
Except I’m not in the GTA. Shooting is a popular, safe sport/hobby. I enjoy target shooting, I’m not a hunter. I find the challenge of the sport very therapeutic indeed. I really look forward to my range visits as I get to focus on technique and forget about work for a bit.
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govas19 wrote: You guys really love your guns in Toronto. I think you might have a gun problem.
Sounds to me that _you_ might have a gun problem. MY gun problem.

Ignorance is usually the root of it. We can help.

Edit: BTW, we love them on the West Coast as well...
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CoreShackJack wrote: I'm bummed-out that people have down-voted this thread without any reason or contribution.
I have zero interest in buying this firearm but I'm grateful that OP took the time to share.
That Joker pic was right on the money, I laughed.
Guess what, every.single.firearm.thread gets downvoted. A lot. Period. We all know the reasons.

Fact that this "deal" includes jumping on the "import gun from USA" roller coaster probably called for downvotes from a few supporters as well, so total is unusually high...
"A fool and his money are soon parted" Thomas Tusser (1524-1580)
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max011 wrote: Guess what, every.single.firearm.thread gets downvoted. A lot. Period. We all know the reasons.

Fact that this "deal" includes jumping on the "import gun from USA" roller coaster probably called for downvotes from a few supporters as well, so total is unusually high...
Yes, I've noticed that they do get the downvotes. I have been lurking on this site for a couple years and finally pulled the trigger (intended) and made an account last week. Yes, we do know the reasons. However, I refuse to downvote a firearm post. Just so people remain encouraged to keep posting firearms deals...even if it is only warm or a cold deal.
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CoreShackJack wrote: Yes, I've noticed that they do get the downvotes. I have been lurking on this site for a couple years and finally pulled the trigger (intended) and made an account last week. Yes, we do know the reasons. However, I refuse to downvote a firearm post. Just so people remain encouraged to keep posting firearms deals...even if it is only warm or a cold deal.
Didn't know it's requirement to downvote firearms deals...
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i was confused about the 16" barrel until I saw the pic. ..it all makes sense. I don't think I would ever buy this, but its a gun deal and i love guns so i upvote.
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The prospect of importing a cheap but quality US gun has me intrigued. I'd want to make sure it's done right, to avoid a cavity search from the OPP/RCMP. I'd have to make a few calls to make sure this is done exactly above board.

I do so much cross border purchasing for someone at my scale that I figure, why not also guns? My understanding is that improper importation is a real problem, so unless I'm confident this can be done properly, I won't do it.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: The prospect of importing a cheap but quality US gun has me intrigued. I'd want to make sure it's done right, to avoid a cavity search from the OPP/RCMP. I'd have to make a few calls to make sure this is done exactly above board.

I do so much cross border purchasing for someone at my scale that I figure, why not also guns? My understanding is that improper importation is a real problem, so unless I'm confident this can be done properly, I won't do it.
Irunguns does it properly. They can’t ship to you until the RCMP gives the transfer (to you specifically) the thumbs-up.
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DARSHAKJUST4U wrote: Weapons of destruction are being sold on sale. What wrong did RFD do? Nothing, just aided in the upcoming psycho episode by providing information on easier access of the tools, LEGALLY.
What will be next on sale? Legally available over the counter Ingredients to make bombs? And there will be people justifying it as well. No matter the intent, Guns kill and the cost of a mistake is everything.

This is the thought process behind a down vote.
Fertilizer deals are posted every spring and autumn
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2016YamR6 wrote: I have news for you. Its federal law that you're required to be a member at a range to own a restricted firearm. Bill C52 changed the ATT requirements but you can contact any federal representative and they will tell you the same thing. Firearms are federally regulated and there is no difference between provinces.
I have news for you. You DON'T have to be a member of a range to own a restricted firearm. But you MUST be transporting it directly to or from a range from your house as per the law when you do own it. And you must take the most direct route to go to and from the range from your house. The only time that is not required is when you are purchasing or selling the said restrict firearm. ATT's are not required any more for the transportation of the restricted firearm as they are INCLUDED in you RPAL licensing.

So yes, you can own a restricted firearm without belonging/having membership at a range. Many ranges have walk-in availability and you can go to and not be a member of, but still use your restricted firearm.
I work for a police service in Ontario. Yes I know what I'm talking about.
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CT911 wrote: I have news for you. You DON'T have to be a member of a range to own a restricted firearm. But you MUST be transporting it directly to or from a range from your house as per the law when you do own it. And you must take the most direct route to go to and from the range from your house. The only time that is not required is when you are purchasing or selling the said restrict firearm. ATT's are not required any more for the transportation of the restricted firearm as they are INCLUDED in you RPAL licensing.

So yes, you can own a restricted firearm without belonging/having membership at a range. Many ranges have walk-in availability and you can go to and not be a member of, but still use your restricted firearm.
I work for a police service in Ontario. Yes I know what I'm talking about.
This only applies in Ontario. Almost everywhere else in Canada requires proof of membership at a range, you can ask your buddies in the force for confirmation.
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2016YamR6 wrote: This only applies in Ontario. Almost everywhere else in Canada requires proof of membership at a range, you can ask your buddies in the force for confirmation.
I don't need to "ask my buddies in the force" because I'm in Ontario so this applies to me. My CFO also confirms I don't need a range membership to own and possess at restricted firearm.

Also, right from the RCMP website, which you like to quote. No where does it state "You must" be a "member" of a range.

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/firearms/c ... s#restrict

Permitted purposes for ownership

There are a few purposes for which you may be licensed to acquire or possess a restricted firearm:
•target practice or target shooting competitions
•as part of a collection
•in limited circumstances, use in connection with one's lawful profession or occupation, or to protect life

Target shooting practice and competition

To be authorized to have restricted firearms for target shooting purposes, you must provide proof that you practice or compete at an approved shooting club or range


You only have to provide proof you practice or compete at an approved range. There is no requirement for membership.

Some provinces may required you to do so, but not here in Ontario. As per me, "my buddies on the force" and my CFO.
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In all provinces with the exception of Ontario - the CFO's have mandated that you MUST HAVE A VALID RANGE MEMBERSHIP before you are allowed to poses any restricteds.
Someone fought this in Ontario on the grounds that this is not required in the FA act, and won - for Ontario ONLY.
Nobody has went to court to win the same precedent in the other provinces, so this is enforced in all provinces.

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