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    Tavor X95 MSW

    Just want to throw this out there:

    We can posses those prohibited guns so if you want to try to export them instead of surrendering for no compensation - send me a message.

    We can also try to store them for you if you think you want to make the bet that a future government will let you have them.
    Always looking to buy pre-1891 prohibited guns and FALs

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    13 inch MSW IWI X95 Tavor now Prohibited

    The Canadian Firearms Program/Specialized Firearms Support Services (CFP/SFSS) recently conducted a technical inspection of
    firearms imported by Canadian firearms businesses that were registered to businesses and individuals as the “Tavor X95”. It was
    determined that these firearms registered as the Tavor X95 model were in fact the Tavor X95 MSW model.
    The two models are different and technically distinct firearms. The Tavor X95 IWI US model (referred to above as the “Tavor X95”) is a
    purpose-built semi-automatic firearm available in either non-restricted or restricted versions and manufactured in the United States by IWI
    US. The Tavor X95 MSW model is a military surplus prohibited firearm imported from Israel and is a full-automatic firearm.
    The verifiers acting on behalf of the Canadian businesses misidentified these firearms resulting in the prohibited Tavor X95 MSW being
    registered as the restricted Tavor X95. These Tavor X95 MSW firearms would not have been permitted entry into Canada had they been
    properly verified as prohibited firearms. There is no authority for a registration certificate to be issued in relation to this firearm therefore,
    your registration certificate is hereby revoked.
    Any questions regarding compensation should be directed to the supplier or distributor from whom you acquired the firearm.
    If you have questions or would like additional information, please call 1-800-731-4000 extension 1055.

    see : https://imgur.com/a/8sVys1F

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurlewLLB View Post
    The RCMP did this with the CZ 858 back in 2014. Their position was some later models of the CZ858 were manufactured by modifying full auto versions that had been with military and were returned. Although the European Union Proof houses had approved these as semi auto for domestic use the RCMP lab kept the idea they were converted full auto. This lead to the Harper Government issuing amnesties and then C-42 was passed allowing the Gov Gen to designate a gun from prohib or restricted to Non Restricted and that was dome by a gazetted regulation I was in the tick of this from the beginning to end. The Swiss Arms Rifles wee also caught up in the controversy.

    Since then the ability to designate a gun to be non restricted was removed from 117.15 by the Liberal Government. Then the OIC came about.

    Regards

    Ed Burlew LL.B.
    Quote Originally Posted by BurlewLLB View Post
    How to begin the Process.. First recognize this is a Revocation Notice. A Revocation is challenged by filing for a Hearing with the local Criminal Court. YOU have ONLY 30 days from Receipt of the revocation Notice to make the filing. No extensions.This is the way to obtain a section 74 Reference Hearing. You can obtain the form from your local court. It is to be filled out and served on the Crown Attorney's office of your local court Then the Reference along with proof of service is filed with the local criminal court registrar. The Registrar with either assign a date or you can tell them the date you wish to have as the first appearance in the local criminal court.

    This then begins the long process of preparing for the hearing. The point of the hearing is to prove the revocation was unfounded and the opinion that the firearm is a converted full auto to semi auto is in error. You will be requesting all of the notes and investigations of the RCMP lab. You will need information from the manufacturer and you will need a firearms expert who can testify that he firearms was so fully remanufactured that the idea of it being a converted full auto is not relevant to it's being reclassified now as prohibited. This is truly a matter of expert vs expert to be presented to the court.

    I have not examined the facts or issues and can not say if this will be a winning case BUT if it si not started then there is no case to evaluate the opinion of the RCMP SFSS lab .

    But filing has no drawbacks. If you withdraw you do not suffer costs against you. Also during the time you have the Reference Hearing in play you may hold the firearm in you home. This allows the expert to attend and examine the firearm.

    Regards

    Ed Burlew LL.B.

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    Government Revokes Authorizations For Some Tavor Buyers -- A Lawyer Explains
    Oct 7 2023, 23 minutes

    http://y2u.be/WzkjvzXoi3o

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    And then you have to go up against BS judges that refuse to rule against the government because that would undermine their ability to rule.
    ?Let Me Be Clear?

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