Btw that Alaskan scout takedown is niiice.
Thanks, I have one as my canoe gun...Mine pictured below. Light and handy! Non-restricted in Canada and no $200 SBR tax!Btw that Alaskan scout takedown is niiice.
This looks really nice too!WWG copilot .45-70 too.
There is a lot of rhetoric being cast around here, but the above two points are actually quite valid.I don't agree that our gun laws are doing a good job. Laws never stopped criminal from doing crimes, ignoring the laws is pretty much a requirement for them to get a job. Just look at the news, police busts drug rings and shows all kind of confiscated firearms - prohibited AK, prohibited short pistols, restricted guns - you name it. Not to mention that criminal never bother to get a firearm license. I think we don't have mass shootings in Canada not because we have magazine restrictions and licensed gun owners people can't buy AK-47 in Canadian Tire. I think it has something to do with people, not with gun laws. Switzerland or Czech Republic for example has way more relaxed gun laws, but there's less violent crime than in Canada. Or if you even take US some states are safer than Canadian provinces and it's not states with stricter gun laws.
I understand that you're not interested in restricted firearms but I think you should understand that gun laws are not getting any better in Canada and if we don't stand for each other and allow government take away our guns one by one, we will end up in situation like in Australia or UK.
All weapons are designed for killing living things....that's why we refer to them as 'weapons.'That is just my opinion. These assualt weapons were designed for one thing - killing people. Yes, they can be used for hunting or practice but their design was to cause as much damage as possible in a short amount of time. That is why I am against their uncontrolled sale to the public.
That's the problem with most gun control measures (both proposed and real); the aim is to control peoples' behaviors. And yet, the only people who are "controlled" are law-abiding citizens. The criminals will still do what they want to do. Bomb control didn't stop someone from killing 22 and injuring 800 at a concert in Manchester, UK. Truck licensing and regulations didn't stop someone from plowing over 86 people in Nice, France.I like it here that people at least got to go take a test and pass through screening before they get their PAL license.
On the handgun issue, I probably would not mind if people were allowed to take handguns in the deep country, but I am definitely against the ability to carry in cities. How do you control that? How can you control where it is allowed and where it is not? Hence my opinion against handguns.
What range is that?Just my thoughts on the subject, Lol. The comp was only a few weeks ago so the times and numbers of targets was still fresh in the mind See the pic below. I do like the semi's also and have the AR's and ACR to play with and have had the Tavor etc. as well. Most are allowed in the back country for wilderness use but the AR-15 is restricted by name in Canada and is a range toy only. Bolt guns are non-restricted as long as the OAL is over 26" when folded or collapsed in its shortest position. I have a 14" bolt that is N/R too.
I am a Canadian who enjoys firearms, and i am having a heck of a time with the photos... Pic one top rifle is an SU16 of some sort, probably the Canadian NR one.. mid rifle Im not sure, looks like AR derivative, but I am not an AR guy... could be a 22LR one i cant tell from pic.What constitutes a BLACK RIFLE ? Which of these are restricted and why? I love playing this game with my non gun friends
I think your correct in the other. my ar is a few $ but not like what youre talking about 3650 +taxes.....eeeekAren't those Alberta Arms like $3000? I hear they are slick though. Once upon a time I read an article in Calibre magazine and recall them being impressive.
*Edit* I am thinking about Alberta Tactical Modern Hunter, which isn't an AR15 derivative but is as AR like as it can get away with.