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Rocky7

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Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« on: March 10, 2013, 11:53:48 AM »
Please read and forward:


https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8TU6h1bKPZRaVg4ZlJEOWdSZ0E/edit

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8TU6h1bKPZReWtteE1ZdDFVckU/edit

If a person wants to put a letter with the petition, or send a letter instead, here's the addresses:

http://www.cdnshootingsports.org/2013/01/call_to_action_20120129.html


This tyrannical crap has to stop!

JIMMY 808

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Re: Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2013, 01:15:25 PM »
Rocky the stampede board has been after that weekend for a long time.
  I don’t see the ground they are standing on the firearms are not being stored at the time of the show they are in use.  Even at night there is a guard just one more step to piss us all off. 

 
 I was just in the USA and there laws are getting worse than ours I was even fingered printed and had a full back ground check done.  But I think it gave me full firearm rights in that state.       

Rocky7

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Re: Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2013, 01:27:43 PM »
They aren't standing on any ground, Jimmy......except the ultimate desire to disarm civilians.

It's another liberal solution for a problem that doesn't exist and another move by Gun Zombies to make the ownership and use of guns more and more difficult.

ps:  I don't think this has anything to do with the Stampede Board.  This is just an ex-cop making up laws.

U.S. gun laws worse than ours?  No way.  Not even if you live in Chicago - at least there you have a hope of carrying a weapon for self-defence.  Ian Thompson would not be prosecuted in Chicago or New York.  Not even in D.C.
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JIMMY 808

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Re: Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2013, 01:59:55 PM »
I sure hope it’s not the same ex-cop I thinking of that feller must be retired buy now.  You are likely correct in it not being the stamped board but they have been difficult to us in the past.  Don’t kid yourself rocky there laws are going to surpass ours. 
Check this out here is some from a state I was just in with firearms.  But they do allow handguns for personal protection but so do we to close to the same extent.     

Rifles and Shotguns
•   Permit to purchase rifles and shotguns? Yes
•   Registration of rifles and shotguns? Yes
•   Licensing of owners of rifles and shotguns? No
•   Permit to carry rifles and shotguns? No
Handguns
•   Permit to purchase handgun? Yes
•   Registration of handguns? Yes
•   Licensing of owners of handguns? No
•   Permit to carry handguns? Yes.
Purchase:
No person shall acquire the ownership of a firearm1, either by purchase, gift, inheritance, bequest, or in any other manner, until he has first procured from the chief of police of the county of his place of business, residence, or sojourn a permit to acquire.
•   Each chief of police may issue permits within his jurisdiction to citizens of the U.S. who are at least 21 and to duly accredited official representatives of foreign nations.
•   No permit shall be issued to an applicant earlier than 14 calendar days after the date of application.
•   No permit shall be issued to an applicant earlier than 14 calendar days after the date of application.
•   Permits to acquire a pistol or revolver require a separate application and permit for each transaction.
•   Permits issued to purchase any rifle or shotgun entitles the permittee to make subsequent purchases of rifles or shotguns for a period of one year from the date of issue and does not require a separate application and permit for each transaction.
•   No person shall be issued a permit for the acquisition of a pistol or revolver unless the person has completed a firearms safety training course.
•   The permit shall be void unless used within 10 days after the date of issue.
•   In all cases where possession of a firearm is acquired from another person in Hawaii, the permit shall be signed by its holder and shall be delivered to the person who is transferring title to the firearm.
•   The transferor is required to provide information on the permit including the name of the person to whom the firearm, rifle or shotgun was transferred and a description of the firearm, and then bring or send the permit by registered mail to the chief of police within 48 hours.
•   If the firearm is obtained from sources outside Hawaii, the person to whom the permit has been issued is required to fill out and deliver or mail the permit by registered mail to the chief of police within 48 hours after taking possession of the handgun.
•   A health care provider or public health authority shall disclose required health information to the appropriate county chief of police provided that this Information shall be used solely to evaluate the persons fitness to acquire or own a firearm and he has signed a waiver permitting release of the information.
•   Any person acquiring a firearm under the permit is required to register it within five days of acquisition.
•   A rifle or shotgun whether usable or unusable, serviceable or unserviceable, modern or antique, registered or unregistered, may not be transferred to any person under 18.
Registration
All firearms and ammunition must be registered with the chief of police of the county of one’s place of business, one’s residence, or one’s place of sojourn. This includes firearms of any description, whether usable or unusable, serviceable or unserviceable, modern or antique, or ammunition of any type and description.
Exempt from this registration are all unserviceable firearms and destructive devices registered with the Director, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
Every person arriving in the state is required to register their firearms within three days after arrival of the person or of the firearm, whichever arrives later.
Exemptions:
•   Any device that is designed to fire loose black powder or that is a firearm manufactured before 1899.
•   Any device not designed to fire or made incapable of being readily restored to a firing condition.
•   All unserviceable firearms and destructive devices registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms.

Note: There is no registration fee. The Department of the Attorney General receives duplicate copies of all registrations.
Possession
It is unlawful for a person to own, possess or control any firearm or ammunition if:
•   He is a fugitive from justice or has been convicted of a felony or of the illegal use, possession or sale of any drug.
•   Any person who is less than 25 and has been adjudicated by the family court to have committed a felony, two or more crimes of violence, or illegal sale of drugs.
•   Addicted to alcohol, committed to a mental institution or has been diagnosed as having mental disorders unless the person has been medically documented to be no longer adversely affected by the addiction, abuse, dependence or mental illness.
Carrying:
The possession of all firearms and ammunition is restricted to the possessor’s place of business, residence, or sojourn, but it is lawful to carry firearms and ammunition in an enclosed container three or other suitable container from the place of purchase to the purchaser’s home, place of business, or place of sojourn, or between these places when moving, or between these places and a place of repair or a target range.
It is unlawful to possess or carry a loaded firearm on any public highway without a permit to carry.
Exemptions:
•   Law enforcement officers, mail carriers, and members of military forces.
•   Persons employed by the state, its subdivisions, or the U.S. whose duties require being armed while they are performing those duties or going to and from their respective places of duty.
•   Regularly enrolled members of any organization duly authorized to purchase or receive the firearms from the U.S. or from the state, provided they are at, or going to or from their places of assembly or target practice.
In an exceptional case, when the applicant shows reason to fear injury to his person or property, the respective chief of police may grant a license to carry a concealed firearm on his person within the county where the license is granted to a U.S. citizen or duly accredited official representative of a foreign nation age 21 or older.
Where the urgency of the need has been sufficiently indicated to the respective chief of police, he may grant to an applicant of good moral character who is a citizen of the U S. of the age of 21 or older, who is engaged in the protection of life and property, a license to carry a handgun unconcealed on his person within the county where the license is granted. Licenses to carry are valid for one year.
All permits and licenses may be revoked for good cause by the issuing authority or by the judge of any court. The Attorney General receives a report of all permits and licenses issued.
Is this Freedom Rocky ? 
WAS SHOCKING TO ME

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Re: Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2013, 05:06:30 PM »
When the cfo's acted borderline seditiously by attempting to circumvent the decision of our duly elected gov't to scrap the lgr they Should have been fired on the spot.

Instead, absolutely nothing was done, teaching them there are no repurcussions to furthering their own petty agenda's, not only in direct contravention of the wishes of the people but our gov't officers.

Unfortunately, we can expect a never ending of such nonsense.  If you wish your grandchildren to be able to own guns I would urge everyone to print off a copy of the petition, fill it, and mail it in.

Remember, all it takes for bad men to prosper is good men to do nothing.   At bare minimum, write your mla, And your mp.  No one is too busy to do that.


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Re: Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« Reply #5 on: March 27, 2013, 08:47:56 PM »
I sure hope it’s not the same ex-cop I thinking of that feller must be retired buy now.  You are likely correct in it not being the stamped board but they have been difficult to us in the past.  Don’t kid yourself rocky there laws are going to surpass ours. 
Check this out here is some from a state I was just in with firearms.  But they do allow handguns for personal protection but so do we to close to the same extent.     
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Is this Freedom Rocky ? 
WAS SHOCKING TO ME

Sometimes, it gets downright depressing.  Was that S.A.?

A lot of people talk about freedom, Jimmy, but too many of them have been taught to fear freedom.  It's really shameful.   We owe a collective apology to all the vets who died for something far better than what we settle for.

BruceW

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Re: Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« Reply #6 on: March 28, 2013, 09:11:10 AM »
It's quite long, but worth watching.  Most, self described, "progressives"  would do themselves a service by paying attention:

 

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Re: Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« Reply #7 on: March 28, 2013, 10:42:46 AM »
Differnt ex cop.

My connection is to slow Bruce what's the run down on what he is saying?

BruceW

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Re: Alberta CFO cranks down on Calgary Gun Show
« Reply #8 on: March 28, 2013, 11:23:29 AM »
It's the best speech I've seen.  The speech takes place in Toronto.  He talks about what builds civilizations, what brings them down.  What builds economies, what brings them down, and what freedom is, and how it is destroyed.

Specifically, what built our civilization, why it is the greatest civilization in the history of man, what things are assaulting it's further existence, and why they are. 

Mere gov't employee's who create nothing imposing their personal agenda to limit the freedoms of others is what made me think of this speech.

It's really well worth watching in it's entirety.