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    CSC OIC Action Centre - and fund raising

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    We still have a few customers that are unaware of the details of the OIC and what actions are being taken, so we thought it might be helpful to put the info in one location.

    What is banned: https://www.canadiangunnutz.com/foru...ned-by-the-OIC

    Another great source for information: https://thegunblog.ca/liberal-gun-bans/https://thegunblog.ca/liberal-gun-bans/


    OIC Challenges:

    We have listed from least funded to best funded. It is expensive to go to court. Let's make sure all of these can go all the way. If you know of other challenges please let us know.

    The Group of Ten Judicial Review" - Supported by the Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) and the Ontario Land Owners Association (OLA)
    https://gofile.io/d/WDWHO3
    https://cssa-cila.org/store/shop/ont...dicial-review/

    Alberta Tactical Rifle Supply
    This appears to have been dropped and allocated to the Wolverine and CCFR cases.

    Wolverine Supplies
    Legal Team Lead: EDWARD L. BURLEW, LL.B
    Date Filed: 28May2020
    Court: Federal Court
    Applicant: John Hipwell, founder of Wolverine Supplies
    https://www.mediafire.com/file/chel6...ATION.pdf/filehttps://www.mediafire.com/file/chel6...ATION.pdf/file
    https://www.gofundme.com/f/judicial-...-amp-ed-burlew

    Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights
    Legal Team Lead: Laura Warner, JSS Barristers
    Date Filed: 26May2020
    Court: Federal Court
    Applicant: CCFR, RODNEYGILTACA, LAURENCE KNOWLES, RYAN STEACY, MACCABEE DEFENSE INC., WOLVERINE SUPPLIES LTD., AND MAGNUM MACHINE LTD
    Application Basis:

    A)The Judicial Review:
    The OIC is a regulation of properties. Therefore it is an infringement of provincial power by Constitution Act of 1867;

    The OIC itself is not made within the authority of the criminal code. The GIC's opinion is not based on evidence, good reasoning and fairness and thus the OIC is of no effect.

    Delegating to the RCMP to make classification using the FRT is not a delegation permitted by the Criminal Code. The activities of the RCMP lack procedural fairness and natural justice.

    B) The Constitution:
    The OIC and the activities of RCMP SFSS are not constitutional according to the Bill of Rights and the Charter concerning enjoyment of property as well as liberty and security. They are in contrary to the principle of fundamental justice, that underpins the Bill of Rights.

    The OIC is not constitutional concerning with Part 2 of the Constitution Act, 1982, as hunting right falls under Aboriginal and Treaty rights. The OIC is an unreasonable interference of the Treaty rights.

    Relief Sought:

    - an order to declare the OIC as invalid and a permanent injunction
    - an interim trial injunction of the OIC
    - an order to prohibit RCMP from prescribing firearms as restricted or prohibited, both on their own or as variants
    - return all or part of the OIC prohibited firearms to non-restricted
    https://firearmrights.ca/wp-content/...iling-Copy.pdf
    https://firearmrights.ca/en/legal-challenge/

    The Shooting Edge - details removed at request of JR Cox

    National Firearms Association
    Legal Team Lead: Solomon Friedman, EDELSON FRIEDMAN BLACK LLP
    Date Filed: 21May2020
    Court: Federal Court
    Applicant: Casandra Parker
    Application Basis:

    SOR/2020-96 is not made within the the authority of the Governor in Council granted by sections 84 (1) and 117.15 (1) of the Criminal Code concerning prohibiting firearms that are of reasonable use in Canada for hunting or sporting purpose. In addition, it is inconsistent with s. 1(a) of the Canadian Bill of Rights concerning the right to the “enjoyment of property”

    Relief Sought:

    To declare SOR/2020-96 is of no force and effect because it is beyond the authority of Governor in Council to make such order through the authority through the Criminal Code.
    https://efiling.fct-cf.gc.ca/efiling...80gD5AXQ3EKHTu
    https://nfa.ca/contribute/
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    OIC Challenge fund raisers - We have spent much time and effort working on suppliers and manufacturers to help fund the above fights. You buy an item you want and the purchase price is donated to help fund the OIC challenges. We will be posting items for sale here and directing all proceeds to the OIC challenges. If you purchase an item we will indicate the purchaser in the link for each item sold (you can provide any name you wish), and the donor of the item will also be indicated. If you wish to donate some items to the cause please feel free to contact info@theshootingcentre.com

    Donations to date:

    CCFR - $5,000
    CSSA - $1,500
    Wolverine Supplies - $1,000
    ATRS- $1049
    ATRS - $149
    ATRS - $100
    CSSA - $596 ($600)
    ATRS - $1300
    Wolverine Supplies $2300
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    See donations:

    https://store.theshootingcentre.com/oic-action-centre





    From Vortex Canada:

    Vortex: Strike Eagle Riflescope - 5-25x56, 34mm Tube, FFP, EBR-7C (MOA) Reticle SOLD, thanks to Dan W. for the purchase and Vortex Canada for the donation.


    From Swiss3A (our Swiss supplier):
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    An absolutely mint K31 rifle, all matching and 100%. This was an ex Lucerne police rifle, and was fired little if at all. Asking $1500, you get a superior rifle and ALL the purchase price goes to help an OIC challenge!
    Contact orders@theshootingcentre.com - SOLD Thanks to Dwayne W. for supporting the cause, and thanks to Swiss3A for their generous donation.

    From Amchar:

    Glock 44 .22lr with swag package - SOLD to fuzzybear Thanks to both fuzzybear and Amchar for their support.

    From Gravel Agency

    Para LED Sign - SOLD to Josh T. Thanks to Josh and Gravel Agency for their support.
    Bushmaster LED sign SOLD to Jack V. Thanks to Jack and Gravel Agency for their support.
    Drago backpacks SOLD to Bob F, Connor M, Steve A, Ernst K, Kyle P, Sean L, A. Bobier, Anonymous x 6, Thanks to Gravel for making this happen.
    Rem 597 Custom rifle, Grey Cerakote finish, Laminated thumhole Boyd's stock - Scott M. won the rifle, $1,180 raised. Thank you Gravel Agency

    From Glock Canada

    Glock 17 Gen 5 MOS w/ Ameribold Sights - SOLD to fuzzy bear Thanks to fuzzybear and Glock Canada

    From Fisher Marketing

    Beretta Case,
    Burris Sight,
    Steiner Steiner Predator AF Binoculars - 10x42, SOLD to A. Bobier Thank you Mr Bobier and Fisher Marketing
    Benchmade 535GRY-1 Knife - 3.24" Plain Drop-Point Blade, Grey Grivory Handle SOLD to Joseph V.
    Benchmade 15008-ORG Steep Country Hunter - 3.50" Plain Edge, Drop Point, Orange Santoprene Grip Sold A. Bobier

    From Tactical Innovations

    48 hour Expandable combat backpack





    You can order on line normally, but let us know what name to use against the purchase.
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    Please donate to the outstanding legal challenges GoFundMe accounts. Anything helps. $5, $10, $25, $50, $100...

    Forego one car wash, or lottery ticket, or various item in support of this cause.

    They need our help defending our values and in court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoknyda View Post
    Please donate to the outstanding legal challenges GoFundMe accounts. Anything helps. $5, $10, $25, $50, $100...

    Forego one car wash, or lottery ticket, or various item in support of this cause.

    They need our help defending our values and in court.
    Well said. We’re all in this together, it’s more important now than ever that we support each other and put our money where our mouth is.

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    I sent $100 to Wolverine Supplies this morning. I'll be donating $100 of each pay cheque. Maybe more if I can afford it. Was also thinking I might start donating the funds I get for my recycling returns, we go through a fair bit at my house. Every bit helps, right?
    Member of the CCFR, CSSA, NFA and Conservative Party. PLEASE CONSIDER SUPPORTING.

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    Please donate.
    The West wants Out!

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    Yep, there’s 75K plus with registered AR’s in Canada and 2.2 million PAL holders. A little goes a long way together. Have donated to the CCFR, ATRS’ go fund me, and Wolverine is next. Will check back on this periodically and give what I can.

    The government has deep pockets and all of these challenges need to go forward. Thanks for organizing the links; subscribed.

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    Donated to CSSS, CCFR, Wolverine, ATRS and TSE. Will continue donating as funds permit.
    Thanks for putting all the links in one place CSC.
    "If you teach your kids how to shoot, when to shoot, what to shoot, and where to shoot, freedom will easily be maintained." - Erin Canales

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    Donated more. Can’t believe ATRS is one of the lowest funded!

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