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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    Now, Im not saying that you should just ignore this bullshit if you're selling an untracable gun legally and you've verified their pal yourself...cuz that would be baaaaaaaad. So so so bad. Id never suggest such a thing. No...never.
    ... this is going to hurt dealers and gunsmiths because prospective customers will know that non-restricted guns bought off the racks or brought in for repair will enter the LGR2 system
    ... most everybody with a 3 digit IQ knows the ultimate LPC goal is confiscation and will do what they need to do to keep their guns off the CFP radar
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    Have they released a date that the transfer bs takes effect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swingerguy View Post
    Have they released a date that the transfer bs takes effect?
    The bottom of the regulation says October, or sooner.

    https://gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p1/2021/.../reg5-eng.html

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    Transitional Provision
    16 The Firearms Licences Regulations, as they read immediately before the coming into force of these Regulations, continue to apply until October 1, 2022, in respect of a business referred to in paragraph 58.1(1)(c) of the Firearms Act that ceases to be a business on or after the day on which these Regulations come into force.

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    17 These Regulations come into force on the day on which section 7 of An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms, chapter 9 of the Statutes of Canada, 2019, comes into force, but if they are registered after that day, they come into force on the day on which they are registered.

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    Late launch of regulations for 2018 gun bill under fire

    June 23 2021
    Ottawa, Ontario

    Public Safety Minister Bill Blair went through a media grilling Tuesday over regulations the government finally tabled to enforce measures in gun legislation the Liberals passed through Parliament in 2019.

    The Liberal government tabled the legislation, Bill C-71, in 2018 and invoked opposition from Conservatives as the Liberals beefed up sections that the Harper government’s 2011 majority had adjusted.

    C-71 went further, bringing in new lifetime back-ground checks for gun licences and mandatory record-keeping for purchases of non-restricted rifles or shotguns by firearm retailers. Firearm retailers will have to keep records of sales for all firearms, including non-restricted rifles,.

    The Harper government had introduced language in the Firearms Act that appeared not to require even production of a licence as the Harper government ordered destruction of the former Liberal government’s long-gun registry.

    Blair revealed Tuesday that the regulations, which he tabled in the Commons on Monday, will not be fully in force until next September. Other regulations will have to go through consultations through the Canada Gazette–the official newspaper of the government of Canada– through to July after the Commons has adjourned for a summer recess and possible fall election.

    “At the conclusion of that consultation, it is my intention to bring those regulations into force in the fall of this year and we are targeting for September,” Blair said. The mandatory lifetime background checks will be effective by July.

    Fending off media questions about the delay with regulations, Blair blamed a legislative logjam in the final months of the Commons sittings. “I very much hope to have all of the elements of Bill C-71 fully implemented before the end of September of this year,” Blair repeated.

    The reaction from gun control advocates was generally favourable, despite the delay. “Better late than never,” said the headline on a statement from PolySeSouvient, a group formed in the wake of the 1989 mass shooting of 14 women at the Polytechnique engineering school in Montreal. “As always, but especially in this case, the devil is in the details,” said Heidi Rathjen, a coordinator of PolySeSouvient.

    A founder and president of another prominent gun control advocacy criticized the pace. “There is no excuse for further delay,” said Wendy Cukier, a founder and president of the Coalition for Gun Control. Cukier told iPolitics the current Liberal government of Justin Trudeau is restoring regulations on the sales of rifles and shotguns that were established by Pierre Trudeau’s Liberal government in 1977. “This is not complicated,” Cukier told iPolitics. ”They have had ample time to ‘consult’ and they need to post the regulations for the required review and get on with it.”

    Canadian Doctors for Protection from Guns welcomed the announcement, focusing on extended background checks. “Expanding background checks is a critically important strategy in reducing gun violence,” said Dr. Najma Ahmed, co-chair of the lobby group.

    hxxps://ipolitics.ca/2021/06/23/late-launch-of-regulations-for-2018-gun-bill-under-fire/

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    ... it’s glaringly apparent that the Liberals will not stop until each and every privately owned firearm has been band sawed into pieces and tossed into smelter blast furnaces
    ... EVERY SINGLE ONE
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    Now, Im not saying that you should just ignore this bullshit if you're selling an untracable gun legally and you've verified their pal yourself...cuz that would be baaaaaaaad. So so so bad. Id never suggest such a thing. No...never.
    ... it’s a waiting game for those who are complying with this nonsense
    ... sooner rather than later either a criminal or an agent of the government will be coming for their guns
    ... they might as well save themselves a hassle grab the phone and call the cops to come pick up their guns now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunrunner View Post
    ... the CFP transfer call-in agent and the Maytag Repairman should share an office in order to keep each other company because I suspect that the phone will be dead silent

    It's Repairperson now, get it right.
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    And yet, after nearly 10 years of government by Stephen Harper and his anti-choice army, you can still get an abortion in Canada. At this point, the political right’s agenda is so well hidden Sherlock Holmes couldn’t find it with a Huawei P30 powered by a trillion Watsons.

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    Thanks RB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firemachine69 View Post
    It's Repairperson now, get it right.
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    ... glad you can retain a sense of humor
    ... don't know if many members will be laughing when the $hit hits the fan with the May 1, 2020 OIC amnesty expiration in 10 short months
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