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    info from RCMP for those affected by C-71

    Saw this in today CBC,

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/p...sonnes-eng.htm

    hope it help those that are affected.

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    really?

    this is from July 2018. nothing new.
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    Good hunting guns reclassified to safe queens.
    No thanks.
    I'll take the money (buy back at fair market price).
    I don't need some useless object to dust around stuck in the middle of my gun safe.
    They'll bait you with range privileges and then revoke them after you've bit the hook and registered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunrunner View Post
    Good hunting guns reclassified to safe queens.
    No thanks.
    I'll take the money (buy back at fair market price).
    Just remember, once reclassified, they have no "fair market value" to the government and your useless object is in effect worthless. There will be no 'buy back'.
    GET OFF MY LAWN!

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    Was there a buy back for my 12.5? I must have missed that. /s


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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug_M View Post
    Was there a buy back for my 12.5? I must have missed that. /s
    If you lived in ON, maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by FALover View Post
    Just remember, once reclassified, they have no "fair market value" to the government and your useless object is in effect worthless. There will be no 'buy back'.
    In that case I think they can expect a lot of the newly banned previously classed non-restricteds to become MIAs.
    Nobody believes that any offered range privileges will be a permanent thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wai556 View Post
    Saw this in today CBC,

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/p...sonnes-eng.htm

    hope it help those that are affected.
    Provided that your currently restricted CZ/SA firearm was properly registered on June 30, 2018
    Supposed to be registered before C-71 is even a law. I just can't understand how the public has lost trust in the RCMP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinbad View Post
    Supposed to be registered before C-71 is even a law. I just can't understand how the public has lost trust in the RCMP.
    I think it had to be purchased before it was a law, and registered after it is a law.
    You have to be able to prove that you purchased it before the law -- keep your receipt.

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    I have several of the little square SIR catalogues from the 70s.
    A little bigger than a pocket novel.
    In one of them the converted (full auto to semi auto) AKs were $79.99 and non-restricted.
    Just 1 or 2 spots of weld kept them from operating full auto.
    Wonder how many of them are laying around under layers of dust in closets and attics to this day?
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