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Thread: Restricted firearms purchases from Epps

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    Exclamation Restricted firearms purchases from Epps

    Please remember that under the current firearms laws, when purchasing a Restricted-class firearm, the gun must have a trigger lock installed, and be placed inside a lockable case before we can allow the gun to leave our store.

    Many manufacturers (such as Ruger, Browning, some Beretta pistols, and others) provide cases that are too small to accept trigger locks, and are not drilled to allow the insertion of padlocks. If you do not have a lockable case, or the case that comes with your pistol will not close with a trigger lock installed, you must bring or purchase a lockable case before we can allow the gun to leave our store.

    Again, this is mandated by the federal goverment and the Chief Firearms Office of Ontario. Please make certain you are able to legally transport your handguns/Restricted firearms before leaving our store.

    Thank you for your cooperation in this matter
    Please note that we do not check this board on a regular basis. Therefore, all inquiries should be addressed as follows:

    For all inquiries concerning firearms and accessories, please contact us at the following E-mail address: info@ellwoodepps.com.

    Requests for photographs may be addressed to photos@ellwoodepps.com.

    Gunsmithing and repair inquiries may be directed to gunsmith@ellwoodepps.com.

    Alternately, you may contact any of our sales staff at (705) 689.5333.

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    BANNED TBMH's Avatar
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    zap strap the trigger, zap strap the case. Done!

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    Or tie-wrap through the action.

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    It would be nothing for the stores to have a bag of zip ties, I keep a pile in my truck just for that reason, works great

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBeato View Post
    It would be nothing for the stores to have a bag of zip ties, I keep a pile in my truck just for that reason, works great
    Most do.........in b.c.

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    GOOD LUCK with a zapstrap/ziptie lol ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolFF View Post
    GOOD LUCK with a zapstrap/ziptie lol ,
    works for cops, works in a court room, works at gun shows.........
    and yes it is legal.

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    "Rendered inoperable with a secure locking device and in a secure container not readily broken open", zip ties work for me!

    Scott
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    When I got my revolver shipped to me it was zip-tied at the trigger, through one of the cylinders, AND there were a couple on the case... 5 in total.

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    Does the ON CFO accept cable ties as being secure locking devices? If the ON CFO does not, why would Epps risk their business licence?

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