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Handguns are a good thing, a wonderful thing.
There are not nearly enough handguns in Canada to go around.
So buy a handgun today, help end the shortage.
BTW, I have seven, so if you are desperate, I might sell you one.
but I doubt it.
Just one question colpy why do you need them what purpose do they serve,is it a macho thing or something else have you actually shot anything with them and lastly why do you need 7 aint one deadly weapon enough jeez i got a pen knife and a slingshot
In a free country, there is absolutely no requirement for me to explain the reasons that I would own any legal device.......unfortunately, this nation is slowly pulling away from the concept of liberty.
That said, I used to own three handguns, a Browning 9mm I bought in 1976 just because I was enthralled with the design, a .22 LR target pistol for informal target shooting, and a Smith and Wesson .357 Magnum that I bought for practise because it was very similar to the service revolver I carried in my job.
Since then I have inherited 4 handguns, two each from my father (who died in 2003) and brother (who died in 2006).
I also own 18 long guns.
Yes they are all locked up and I have a security system.
Sorry i was told it meant, and i know you know this," SELF LOADING RIFLE"
What the Brits call an "SLR" is a FN FAL made by Fabrique Nationale in Belgium........it was the standard issue 7.62 NATO rifle for both Great Britain and Canada (Here known as the C1) until the Brits adopted the Enfield and the Canadians adopted the C7 (M16 basically) both in 5.56mm
I own an FN FAL. I bought it years ago, before they were prohibited for civilian ownership. Now I'm not even allowed to take it to the range. Dumbass laws.
BTW, "long gun" refers to rifles and shotguns in Canadian parlance.
And I might mention that an SLR to me, means Single Lens Reflex. lol (That's a camera type).
Good one, LG ......T'was what I was thinking also. Unless it was a 007 type with a gun in the camera sort of deal, eh. One nevah noes bout these here Brits........crafty devils.......
(no offence, Quandry)
...............................time for a lunch break......................
I heard there was a town in Texas or somewhere down there where everybody had a gun and wore it openly- I also heard that they go out of thier way to be polite to one another - I don't have a problem with responsible citizens owning handguns but I do have a problem with not so responsible citizens owning one - The problem is how do you level the playing field between criminals who have handguns and ordinary folks who aren't allowed to carry them?