Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Ryanxia, Aug 9, 2019.
Confusion came in because I'd always heard it RCMP. Did they drop the "Royal"?
Normally that is true, however sometimes there's a hiccup about someone having a similar name as someone else, or someone did something wrong and gave a false name and the person with the real name has an issue until it's all appealed and made correct in the system.
First thing I learned about computers: GIGO, Garbage In, Garbage Out. Data must be entered correctly or what comes out of the computer is worthless.
I know! However, I could not resist flogging the hapless, failed 85 year old Canadian gun registry.
No. They are still Royal!. See above post.
I think he means everything he says. It is folly, whimsical to expect anything else. Again I emphasize, it is best to believe those who eschew personal rights in favor of big government ''rights'' , well, need to be approached as such.
THERE IS NO DUMB QUESTION, save the one not asked. Let's be ultra realistic here, the opposition is mind twisting multitudes that their anti-gun scheme WILL in fact work; what would happen if some of those, all of those, looked at FACTS through the restraints of the Consitution, in search for a REAL fix? But, alas, that is not the end game, the goal.
We ended up being saddled with UBC here in NM, effective July 1.
In response to the El Paso shooting our Governor now wants the legislature to revisit UBC next session, suggesting that background checks should be carried out on both buyer and seller. Just another infringement designed to discourage firearms ownership.
Each tragedy will be a good excuse for more and more attacks on our rights by these tyrants until they are all destroyed.
Yeah depends on the State. In Maine you call in to the NICS not have to go through State Police so the call itself takes about 30 seconds. Only times I've seen it take long calling it in is after a nasty mass shooting where there are a lot of purchases nation wide.
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