Strict Gun Laws

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And abolish the gun registry . criminals don't register their guns. Equip every gun sold with a GPS trigger lock if they want to know where the guns are.Disabling it would be a felony offence.


Wow that would sure turn off a criminal, knowing that if they disable the trigger lock they would be commiting a crime!!
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rookie314 wrote:
And abolish the gun registry . criminals don't register their guns. Equip every gun sold with a GPS trigger lock if they want to know where the guns are.Disabling it would be a felony offence.


Wow that would sure turn off a criminal, knowing that if they disable the trigger lock they would be commiting a crime!!


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Strike gun laws make as much sense as making pot legal,
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sanemind wrote:Strike gun laws make as much sense as making pot legal,
Did you mean strike gun laws or strict gun laws?
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Fancy wrote:
sanemind wrote:Strike gun laws make as much sense as making pot legal,
Did you mean strike gun laws or strict gun laws?

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gee, and the left-of-centre bleeding hearts claim the intellectual high ground.
yet how could you sound more simplistic ?- "ban guns and all the badness will go away"--do you want a pacifier and a pair of diapers to go with that excuse for a thought, mr.castro?
i know the elitists consider the average middle class canuck as a subject to be controlled "for their own good" ,and that collective rights(as under state socialism)are for the best. granted, with sharia law actually championed by an NDP official recently, our future may not be burdened with annoying concepts like individual rights(which includes the right to defend oneself), since sharia law bans ownership of weapons by non muslims. (a non revisionist study of history is in order.)
i suppose after you have taken away our right to defend ourselves from criminals in uniform, you will next advocate banning free speech, although the U.N. almost did that for you by resolution to make illegal any criticism of islam. i can assure you that after few decades of demographic change in europe, and assuming there will be no islamic reformation, we will not be spared from another U.N. onslaught. i don't fear for you,but we should fear for our kids.
the firearm rights you want to ban are the final means of defense for other freedoms you might actually want to hang onto, ie; women's rights, gay rights, artistic expression, alcohol beverages, etc. > of course you'll respond with "if the ban saves even 1 life"- so how how many peoples lives were saved in iran?( cuba still holds 70,000 political prisoners,b.t.w).quite frankly if we keep going with this banning everything we don't like/don't want others to have pettiness, instead of simply holding responsible those who hurt others>life may become hardly worth living, however have it your way,if you insist. i can live without my beer or wine on a saturday night. -peace (at any price)
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personally, i can't see how any gun registry is going to prevent crime. All i see it used for is to assist police in cleaning up the mess after someone has been killed. And since criminals don't register their firearms anyways, it is a moot point. Guess what? We have had a handgun registry since the 1930's... and people are still murdered on the street every day with handguns... i guess its' working isn't it? :dyinglaughing:
I also find it interesting how the police don't tell the press if guns used in particular crimes were registered. i doubt they will, as this would show the people the truth.

if anyone wants to explain to me how the gun registry is helping prevent crimes, please, i'm all ears... all i see it doing is wasting tax payers dollars.

Until our gov follows the laws set down in Magna Carta , i will refuse to trust them. the gov further restricts us, while the criminals roam free.
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The gun registry is preventing crime by ,stopping us honest , hard working, tax paying and gun loving people for committing a crime that we never planned on committing . We can't get rid of the gun registry - we don't want New Brunswick to have 50% unemployment rate .
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toWhere might these Bonds be? I and many of my friends have looked long and hard for these Bonds to no avail, if they exist, then they are extremely well hidden, and, if they have never been found, how does anyone know they exist?

If there is ONE man out there who has found these Bonds, please let all of us know, please be quick, I am holding my breath and my face is already turning blue
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Other people are right, things like the gun registry will not get rid of crime, because criminals will not register their weapons...why would they?
What would make more sense would be to ban the sale of handguns, and have limited sale of hunting weapons within urban areas - nobody has yet been able to explain why one needs any sort of gun in Vancouver.
Maybe we don't need stricter gun laws, just ones that are applied with a little more common sense.
We definately don't need US style gun laws,
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nobody has yet been able to explain why one needs any sort of gun in Vancouver.

People in the cities hunt too.
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theartsyfartsy wrote:Other people are right, things like the gun registry will not get rid of crime, because criminals will not register their weapons...why would they?
What would make more sense would be to ban the sale of handguns, and have limited sale of hunting weapons within urban areas - nobody has yet been able to explain why one needs any sort of gun in Vancouver.
Maybe we don't need stricter gun laws, just ones that are applied with a little more common sense.
We definately don't need US style gun laws,

So city people can't hunt outside the city. They should drive out to Hope to buy a gun and still have to store it at home. That doesn't make alot of sense. As for banning handguns, we are still able to buy them in the States and have them shipped up here. Responsible gun owners are not the problem. The criminals are the ones that are causing the problems, focus on them, don't punish the good guys.
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mtnman1 wrote:
theartsyfartsy wrote:Other people are right, things like the gun registry will not get rid of crime, because criminals will not register their weapons...why would they?
What would make more sense would be to ban the sale of handguns, and have limited sale of hunting weapons within urban areas - nobody has yet been able to explain why one needs any sort of gun in Vancouver.
Maybe we don't need stricter gun laws, just ones that are applied with a little more common sense.
We definately don't need US style gun laws,

As for banning handguns, we are still able to buy them in the States and have them shipped up here. Responsible gun owners are not the problem.


You need a handgun license and transport permit to even think about getting a handgun shipped to you in Canada, unless you want the RCMP to deliver it. Getting a permit is very, very difficult.

Being that handguns are only used to kill humans, I dont see how any "responsible" person would want a handgun. Sure there are collectors (dads friend collects WWII guns etc) and sure there is some appeal I suppose, getting a German Ruger or something like that.

Think of the worst moments of your life. The time your wife/husband left you for that rich peice, the time that guy rear ended you in traffic, the time you had too much to drink and got lippy with some guy who looked at you thw wrong way, the time you were so despressed and thinking about suicide and the time you were being bullied and picked on.

Now, just imagine if you had a HANDGUN close at hand when any of those things happened. That is the reason the USA is one of the most violent places on earth. Everyone is armed and think they are in their rights to shoot people for whatever reason they feel is justified at the time. The handgun, the end all of problem solvers.
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EsJay wrote:Being that handguns are only used to kill humans

I am sorry, but I find this comment ignorant. I know MANY handgun owners, and not one of them has ever tried to kill anyone.
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