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    CGN Regular mclmm's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randoengholio8 View Post
    I own one. I am extremely satisfied. Only nitpick is just wish clock dimmer had lower settings between low and off.
    A rectangular piece of dark window tint material would knock down the brightness.
    I'm Irish...

    Of course I know how to patch drywall.

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    That would do the trick, not sure why didn't come to mind. Don't want to dim all way because clock is night time reference for rfid tag unlock.

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    These are great use them on tons of stuff

    https://www.amazon.ca/LightDims-Orig...743371&sr=8-12

    Also I have one of these safes and they are great

    Shawn
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    Quote Originally Posted by powerbaitron View Post
    Have you ever heard of mens rea? If something is called a safe and you think its a safe why would you be prosecuted under some technicality?
    Have you ever heard of "strict liability" and "absolute liability"?

    The law:

    86 (1) Every person commits an offence who, without lawful excuse, uses, carries, handles, ships, transports or stores a firearm, a prohibited weapon, a restricted weapon, a prohibited device or any ammunition or prohibited ammunition in a careless manner or without reasonable precautions for the safety of other persons.

    Contravention of storage regulations, etc.
    (2) Every person commits an offence who contravenes a regulation made under paragraph 117(h) of the Firearms Act respecting the storage, handling, transportation, shipping, display, advertising and mail-order sales of firearms and restricted weapons.


    Charges under 86(2) ("improper storage") are strict liability. There's no mention of "without lawful excuse", or "reasonable". It's like running a red light. You either did it or you didn't.

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