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    Having just gone through my RPAL just over a month ago, I’ll tell you what the instructor told us. You can have a biometric safe on your nightstand doesn’t have to be bolted to anything. The gun does not have to be locked, and you can have a full clip or 6 beside it. Completely legal in B.C.

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    Storage

    Must be unloaded.
    Must be secured by a locking device (e.g. trigger lock) so that it cannot be fired and must be locked into a room or container that is hard to break into; or must be locked in a safe/vault (if locked in a safe, there is no need for a secure locking device).
    Vehicle storage: Locked container with firearm must be locked in the trunk area or other similar compartment. If vehicle does not have such a compartment, the container must be put out of sight and the vehicle locked securely.

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    Last edited by Roland Deschain; 05-17-2019 at 07:36 PM. Reason: Screwed up the link

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