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Thread: SOLD OUT: TYPE 81 SPECIAL EDITION -Shipment 2-

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdot-mex View Post
    i usally buy a gun use it for a bit then when im tired of it it gos into the smelter to make sure it dosent fall into the wrong hands...sry officer for messing up your paper trail....is there any laws against smelting a non restricted?
    I believe there is currently no law about reporting destroying NR firearms, also the RCMP has no way of knowing whether you transferred a cooey or type 81, I'd suggest doing as many NR transfers as possible if someone is really that worried about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZ Shooter View Post
    When the time comes, all they have to do is get the list of buyers from Tactical Imports and go pick them up.

    Should the buyer had sold it since then, he better have an open file with the authorities as far as the PAL verification os concerned.

    If there is a file, they will know who bought it and go from there...if not, he will have some explaining to do downtown.

    A pre-May 18-th rifle, nobody knows about..
    No, I already have 5 reference numbers and I have no clue to whom I sold and what not.

    I think you are confused as to how the system works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fritzhanzel View Post
    No, I already have 5 reference numbers and I have no clue to whom I sold and what not.

    I think you are confused as to how the system works.
    A lot of that going on these days, and the folks that are trying to use their limited understanding of the situation to justify insane asking prices on just about any rifles because it’s “pre-verification era”

    Buy your guns, enjoy your guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fritzhanzel View Post
    No, I already have 5 reference numbers and I have no clue to whom I sold and what not.

    I think you are confused as to how the system works.
    You might not have a clue, but they will.
    All they have to do is follow up on your 5 transfers and I can virtually guarantee you, that one of them give it up if they have it.
    If not, they just might refresh your memory downtown.

    You are forgetting, that gun owners tend to be one of the most law obiding segments of society.
    I would venture to guess, that most would be traumatized just by a parking ticket.

    All they have to do is apply a bit of pressure and suddenly they will remember even the brand of shoes you wore, on the day you sold them the rifle.

    The confusion is on your part only.
    "Gun control" is a feel good term, which is designed to disquise the globalist disarmament efforts under the pretense of fighting crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdot-mex View Post
    i usally buy a gun use it for a bit then when im tired of it it gos into the smelter to make sure it dosent fall into the wrong hands...sry officer for messing up your paper trail....is there any laws agaist smelting a non restricted?
    I'm 99% positive, that you are required by law to report destruction of any firearm (restricted or not).
    And even if you are not, you better hope they won't find it, once they execute a search warrant.

    Remember...these people will spare no expense when going after you.
    They may not have enough manpower for solving the real crimes, but make no mistake....this does not apply to hunting down their political enemies.

    They will always find resources when freedom needs to be crushed.
    Trucker convoy is a great example of that.
    "Gun control" is a feel good term, which is designed to disquise the globalist disarmament efforts under the pretense of fighting crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZ Shooter View Post
    I'm 99% positive, that you are required by law to report destruction of any firearm (restricted or not).
    make that 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curtton View Post
    make that 100%.
    Just as well that Demolition Ranch is in the U.S., they'd have to set up a 24 hour line just for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZ Shooter View Post
    I'm 99% positive, that you are required by law to report destruction of any firearm (restricted or not).
    And even if you are not, you better hope they won't find it, once they execute a search warrant.

    Remember...these people will spare no expense when going after you.
    They may not have enough manpower for solving the real crimes, but make no mistake....this does not apply to hunting down their political enemies.

    They will always find resources when freedom needs to be crushed.
    Trucker convoy is a great example of that.
    Slightly off topic here...lets go on then

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