I've been waiting 4 months. It's my first. They waited 2 months to send me my Transportation licence. My advice is Apply now for your Transport licence and send in a copy of your clubs membership to your provinces office. You can fax both.
Locals, I'll trade Stone Masonry for your guns, guns, guns!
My all time record: 6 month for the purchase of a BRS99. Qc CFO REALLY had to think about this one...
It has been 3 weeks since I purchased a restricted firearm in BC. It is my first restricted firearm. I phoned today, and the NB office is picking up the slack. Nice lady there told me it was not completed because there was no Gun Club information (not true it was faxed along with everything else) she gave me the fax number in NB asked me to refax it and she would move it along. Who knows how long it would have sat if I hadn't called.
I guess I was too patient and should have called earlier.
Member NFA and CSSA
My stomache was making the rumblies............ that only hands would satisfy.
Rule # 62: Don't take yourself too seriously
Sure looks like BC CFO is still mourning the death of the LGR with vendetta to all who voted it down.
Got three transfer started this week, one from business, two private. Not looking fwd to wait time when others in ON already has their's.
Common Sense is NOT common.
Is that 20 years of experience or 3 years of experience repeated 6.66 times?
A smart man only believes half of what he hears, a wise man knows which half.
Ya... Just did an AR and took 48 hours max.
Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.
Have been waiting 8 weeks already for my first restricted purchase. in BC
Ordered a restricted from Wolverine Supply on September 5, 2012; received it via Canada Post five days later.
ordered from a dealer in Alberta, I am in BC, took 6 working days for transfer to be done.