Everyone has access to a computer these days, unless you are selling face to face it's the best and safest way to go for both parties!
Just my opinion!
When you are up to your ass in alligators, it's hard to remember, the initial objective was to drain the SWAMP!
has any info been released by the CFC on what steps must be taken to properly sell a non-restricted rifle person to person?
As said it the committee hearings, all that is required is the seller must be reasonably sure the buyer has a valid PAl. Full stop.
The CFC can lick balls.
What am I thinking........? If I wanted you to know, I'd be talking!
I just got off the phone with the CFC.
-It's "Due diligence" on the seller
-The seller can call the CFC to verify buyers *Name, *DOB and *License#; address cannot be verified.
That's it, that's all.
This is new for me because guns I sold before were always local & in person; I wasn't using the internet before the registry came to be.
Restricted Laws Suck!
Weird I can't edit my post.
Anyway, forgot to add: Trader Rating IMO will definitely mean a whole lot more now on CGN
Restricted Laws Suck!
This is what westrifle got in mail. Hope this helps
The Government of Canada has changed the Criminal Code and the Firearms Act to eliminate the
requirement to register non-restricted firearms effective April 5, 2012. Until further notice, due to a
Court Order issued by the Quebec Superior Court, residents of Quebec are still required to register nonrestricted
firearms with the RCMP Canadian Firearms Program. Please visit the Canadian Firearms
Program website for more information (http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/index-eng.htm).
Below are some quick facts for your reference.
Individuals and businesses must be in possession of a valid firearms licence in order to purchase
Non-Restricted Firearm Transfers
Individuals and businesses must be in possession of a valid firearms licence that permits acquisition
in order to purchase non-restricted firearms.
Transfers of non-restricted firearms via Business Web Services or by the 1-800 number or by paper
are no longer required by law.
If you wish to confirm that the buyer’s licence is valid before handing over possession of a nonrestricted
firearm, please call 1-800-731-4000 and follow the prompts.
Restricted and Prohibited Firearm Transfers
There is no change to registration and transfer requirements for restricted and prohibited firearms.
Possession of Non-Restricted Firearms
Individuals and businesses must be in possession of a valid firearms licence in order to possess nonrestricted
Non-Restricted Firearm Status
If you suspect that a non-restricted firearm you are about to purchase may be stolen, you can
contact your local police service and provide them with the serial number and description. They
will be able to query the firearm on the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) database.
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