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FirearmsInCanada Dec 6
The fallacy behind the crusade is that by banning the - a gun used in ZERO crimes, that we will prevent future crimes. Criminals+terrorists will not be impacted. Licensed Canadian collectors hunters and sport shooters will be the only ones affected.
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FirearmsInCanada 6h
Replying to @Docs4GunControl
Assault weapons - real ones with selectors for full-auto have been banned for decades. Semi-auto rifles like the shoot the same number of the same rounds as a non-restricted hunting rifle. Bill’s Billion Dollar won’t work, and we’ll fight it by every legal means!
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FirearmsInCanada Dec 6
I suspect that all military-style semi-autos will be confiscated - disproportionately owned by veterans. As the has repeatedly shown that it doesn't give a shit about , why would we expect anything different now. crime rates are: ZERO
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FirearmsInCanada 11h
Replying to @jryerson1
In the hands of a licensed owner, the is a "war gun", but in the hands of RCMP/police, it's a "patrol carbine". Just terminology. The fires the same number of the same ammunition as a non-restricted hunting rifle. Love, an owner.
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FirearmsInCanada Dec 4
DYK that there are over 100,000 rifles registered in Canada? The reason for the incredibly low (typically zero in any year) crime rate with these rifles? They are in the hands of licensed owners - 2 licenses required, daily background checks. No need to ban
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Roadhouse P.I. 15h
Thanks !! Looking forward to a new !! 🤡
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Guns Gear & Ammo 13h
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FirearmsInCanada Dec 5
Hey - I could intro you to hunters, collectors & sport shooters (incl me) who stand to have $50k - $100k of historic banned with little to no compensation. I shoot w/ an 80 year old Korean war vet - want to be there when they take his and M1 carbine?
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John Ryerson Dec 6
Let's get the and other war guns banned now. need to hear from us
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FirearmsInCanada Dec 5
...and exactly how does confiscating my legally owned or my other historic firearms address “gun violence”? It doesn’t. Focus on real solutions targeting real risk factors and root causes, not collectors and sport shooters.
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Tonda Prochazka Dec 4
Shooting training. 🇨🇿 😉 25 meters two IPSC targets. Classic target two shots, reductional target one shoot. Daniel Defense Mk18 5,56x45. You can see the targets in next tweet.
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FirearmsInCanada 11h
Replying to @fivefivesix_ca
My hereby officially self-identifies as a "patrol carbine" and not as a "military-style assault weapon designed to kill people". There, problem solved.
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Pro2A Tactical Dec 4
We would just like to say thank you all for yalls orders this past week. We had an unprecedented number orders thanks to you all. With that said our 20 inch 350 Legend Uppers are back in stock!
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Les TVee Dec 6
"Why would you need an ?" Because I have a "government" that asked the same question.
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Brownells, Inc. 12h
own Roy Hill dives into retros and how they came about!
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Steph-No-Curry Dec 6
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Brownells, Inc. Dec 5
Bureau of Propaganda Field Agent @baba_yaga_101 showin up with all them choices. Which do you choose and why?
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FirearmsInCanada 11h
Close to 100,000 rifles registered in Canada, with sales surging last quarter. Add MILLIONS of non-restricted "military-style semi autos" and we're now talking Billion Dollar Ban. Think of where that $$$ could be spent to reduce gangs & violence
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FirearmsInCanada 12h
Consistency is too muck to expect from and the special interest groups that have pushed them into the "whole enchilada" plan, rather than just showboating on ban of the registered and scary-looking . Bill's Billion Dollar Ban not financially viable or tenable
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Ashton Davenport Dec 1
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