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#101 3macs1

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 01:34 PM

Just had an interesting conversation with a handgun gun owner from the Montreal area. He figures he is 100% screwed as far as keeping his handgun storage at home soon and says his club of almost 2000 members is drooling to take on the central storage at the club as well as other clubs in that area which have been blowing the same in the ears of the liberals asking for it to happen sad.png

He shared a link of his club so I could see the set up and pricing in place already sad.png  and his club will even clean them for you

 

 Like he said forget if it can happen it is going on successfully as we speak on a smaller scale and has been for years

 

 Look at those prices and then tell me how many handguns you will keep if this happens here. Not too many IMO

and look at this . F"K

 

  • If the storage fees are not renewed within 15 days of the expired storage date, CTVSP is not bound to continue to store these firearms. The firearms will thus be forwarded to the Surete de Quebec for destruction.

 

 

https://ctvsp.com/en...rearms-storage/


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 01:49 PM

Cheer up every one. Big announcement by Trudeau today. You Canadians flying into the country will pay for your hotel stay while in quarantine, but he is going to use our money to pay for all refuges he has coming. We have so much friggin money its just crazy.


We will be 5th world country , so broke , disbanded , devided , lost , forgotten and the new Middle Eastern Asia of North America b4 anyone knows it . No one will want go deal with us cause this whack job and all his supporters including closet libtarded brainless twits that will support him and spew his wrong doing just to get him acknowledgement for any of his b.s.

Drink up [email protected]#$ches , theres more Kool - Aid being served as we read this .
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Posted 19 February 2021 - 02:05 PM

Anyone know what the position of the NSFAH is on this bill c-21???


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 02:21 PM

All I hear is those dam liberals on the gun stuff . Am I the only one here that remembers what this clown promised to do for us before he got elected and if he did c-68 ( current act ) would be gone as well as a new firearms act written and we would not be in this mess today. IT IS ALL OF THEM THAT SCREWED US.

OPEN YOUR EYES

We have no friends in Ottawa in any party

 

Wait now he took care of the registry rolleyes.gif

 

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 02:23 PM

TOO young to remember 2004?? or selective memory rolleyes.gif How about 2012 when he bent us over again sad.png

 

Harper rejects committee’s advice to relax gun laws
OTTAWA
THE CANADIAN PRESS
PUBLISHED DECEMBER 6, 2012

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has issued an unexpected rebuke to his government's own firearms advisory committee, rejecting its recommendations and suggesting the group's membership may need revisiting.

Documents obtained by the Coalition for Gun Control reveal the committee advising Public Safety Minister Vic Toews wants some prohibited weapons, including hand guns and assault rifles, reclassified to make them more easily available.

The 14-member group is also pushing to make firearm licences good for at least 10 years, rather than the current five — a measure opposed by police who say the five-year renewals are a chance to weed out unstable gun owners.

Coming on the anniversary of Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique massacre — in which 14 young women died at the hands of a deranged gunman — the documents provided opposition MPs with new ammunition to fire at a government that earlier this year repealed and destroyed the federal long-gun registry.

But even as gun enthusiasts cheered the proposed reforms Thursday on online message boards, Mr. Harper was pouring cold water on the committee in the House of Commons.

"Let me be as clear as I can be," the prime minister said in response to a question from NDP Leader Tom Mulcair.

"Prohibited weapons exist as a category under the law for essential reasons of public security. The government has absolutely no intention of weakening that category of protections."


Mr. Harper stressed repeatedly that the recommendations contained in a March 2012 "memorandum for the minister" are not government policy.

And when interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae suggested the government's advisory committee — which is dominated by sport shooting enthusiasts and those opposed to gun control — needed wider representation, including from police chiefs, those fighting domestic violence and groups dealing with suicide prevention, Mr. Harper all but agreed.

"I will take the advice of the leader of the Liberal party under consideration," Mr. Harper responded.

"I'm obviously very concerned with some of the recommendations made in that report, and I think the committee does need some re-examination in that light."


The prime minister's comments will certainly be a come-down for gun enthusiasts who were cheering a Toronto Star report of the committee recommendations earlier Thursday.

"A shocking outbreak of common sense? What are they drinking in Ottawa these days?" said one poster on Outdoorsmenforum.ca.

"This is great!! I am so glad we have a government that has some common sense ... at least for now," wrote another.

Conservatives used the Liberal long-gun registry as a prime fundraising tool and rural electoral wedge issue for more than a decade. But now that the registry is gone, the government appears to be playing down further changes — at least for broad public consumption.

Two important developments this fall, the final destruction of all gun registry data outside Quebec and the further postponement of gun-marking regulations, were proactively announced by the government to the gun lobby but not to a national audience via the news media.

Mr. Toews's firearms advisory committee is co-chaired by Steve Torino, the president of the Canadian Shooting Sports Association.

It includes prominent anti-registry advocates including Tony Bernardo, a self-described gun-rights champion with Torino's CSSA; Greg Farrant of the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters; Linda Thom, an Olympic gold medallist in pistol shooting; and Niagara police constable John Gayder, an advocate who has written pieces such as "Is Modern Gun Control Hazardous to Police?" which posits that gun control "will prove to be as disastrously misguided as leech therapy, shock treatment and Thalidomide were to the field of medicine."

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police has actively lobbied to be represented on the committee, without success.

"The CACP is very interested in being represented on this committee, as this would provide you with timely and balanced advice on firearms issues from the leading law enforcement organization in Canada," the association's president, Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair, wrote to Mr. Toews two weeks after the May 2011 election.

Mr. Rae emerged from the Commons to suggest the prime minister "has learned something from this experience."

"This is an area where frankly the public does not share the ideological enthusiasm of the Conservative back bench," Mr. Rae said.

"People are just not interested in increasing access to weapons. They're interested very much in reducing access to dangerous firearms."

Both Mr. Harper and Mr. Toews stressed the Conservative government's firearm focus is now on tougher sentences for gun-related convictions.

"We've made it very clear that we see no benefit to the long-gun registry," Mr. Toews told the Commons.

"However, what we have indicated is that we must continue to implement measures that in fact target the criminal use of firearms."

The Public Safety minister also noted that firearms crime rates are at their lowest in 50 years.

The homicide rate from guns is down 30 per cent since 2008, Mr. Toews added, "because of the very strong measures that this government has taken against the criminal use of firearms," drawing a huge round of applause and desk thumping from the Conservative benches.


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 02:46 PM

Cheer up every one. Big announcement by Trudeau today. You Canadians flying into the country will pay for your hotel stay while in quarantine, but he is going to use our money to pay for all refuges he has coming. We have so much friggin money its just crazy.

Theres that and now they can't figure out who got part of 240 billion because trudo got rid of the board and took control of giving out the money himself,with no accountability so guess who will be paying for that.Apparently the  cbc cough cough can't get the truth but the news in India is airing the story its all over the web but not local news.Just more spending from our incompetent dictator supported by liberal voters all over the country.... 


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 03:11 PM

A mandatory iQ test should be a prerequisite to receive a voter card.
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Research has shown that 1 in 5 Liberal supporters is "just as stupid" as the other 4!

A liberal is a lot like a slinkey........They both put a smile on your face when you push them down the stairs!

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 03:18 PM

A mandatory iQ test should be a prerequisite to receive a voter card.

But then all of us would fail biggrin.png

 

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 03:19 PM

What is O'tool saying on this I have seen but one, one minute talk on the news

 

In anticipation of the announcement, Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole told reporters on Tuesday that he believes "Mr. Trudeau misleads people when he tries to suggest that buying things back from hunters and other Canadians who are law abiding is somehow going to solve the problem of shooting and criminal gang activity in the big cities."

While the Conservatives oppose the legislation the NDP, the Green Party and the Bloc Quebecois are expected to support the bill eventually.


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 03:32 PM

What is O'tool saying on this I have seen but one, one minute talk on the news

 

In anticipation of the announcement, Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole told reporters on Tuesday that he believes "Mr. Trudeau misleads people when he tries to suggest that buying things back from hunters and other Canadians who are law abiding is somehow going to solve the problem of shooting and criminal gang activity in the big cities."

While the Conservatives oppose the legislation the NDP, the Green Party and the Bloc Quebecois are expected to support the bill eventually.

Yes there is no winning as long as the back door deals are done. He just made it official, municipalities in opposition will be over ruled, and another full year of CERB (election just bought and paid for by all of us). The country is feked. PEI announces today that there trial for UBI is under way, people will get 18,000 a year to stay home, 50,000 will be paid at a sum of 270 million to the tax payer. Going to be no businesses left is what one councilor stated once we start paying people to stay home. Every body will be in poverity in Canada. What a Canada we are building. How can anyone compare past governments as this bad?


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 03:45 PM

Yes there is no winning as long as the back door deals are done. He just made it official, municipalities in opposition will be over ruled, and another full year of CERB (election just bought and paid for by all of us). The country is feked. PEI announces today that there trial for UBI is under way, people will get 18,000 a year to stay home, 50,000 will be paid at a sum of 270 million to the tax payer. Going to be no businesses left is what one councilor stated once we start paying people to stay home. Every body will be in poverity in Canada. What a Canada we are building. How can anyone compare past governments as this bad?

Seems that depends oh what one is getting today out of them vs paying or losing

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 Hot off the press as you said 

 

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 03:54 PM

Seems that depends oh what one is getting today out of them vs paying or losing

 Cheers

 Hot off the press as you said 

 

https://globalnews.c...tended-trudeau/

It was interesting listening to the PEI councilor. Who works, and what businesses will we have with no workers?$18,000 means you sure don't have much in life, definitely not a an electric car, nor house unless you pile 9 families under one roof like refugees. One guy, one party has done this. 


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 05:00 PM

Just had an interesting conversation with a handgun gun owner from the Montreal area. He figures he is 100% screwed as far as keeping his handgun storage at home soon and says his club of almost 2000 members is drooling to take on the central storage at the club as well as other clubs in that area which have been blowing the same in the ears of the liberals asking for it to happen sad.png

He shared a link of his club so I could see the set up and pricing in place already sad.png  and his club will even clean them for you

 

 Like he said forget if it can happen it is going on successfully as we speak on a smaller scale and has been for years

 

 Look at those prices and then tell me how many handguns you will keep if this happens here. Not too many IMO

and look at this . F"K

 

  • If the storage fees are not renewed within 15 days of the expired storage date, CTVSP is not bound to continue to store these firearms. The firearms will thus be forwarded to the Surete de Quebec for destruction.

 

 

https://ctvsp.com/en...rearms-storage/

Our club cannot get regular insurance, its lucky we have any at all. I cannot see an insurance company willing to be liable for all firearms stored in one location. 


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 05:36 PM

Our club cannot get regular insurance, its lucky we have any at all. I cannot see an insurance company willing to be liable for all firearms stored in one location. 

I hear you :(


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 07:17 PM

We will be 5th world country , so broke , disbanded , devided , lost , forgotten and the new Middle Eastern Asia of North America b4 anyone knows it . No one will want go deal with us cause this whack job and all his supporters including closet libtarded brainless twits that will support him and spew his wrong doing just to get him acknowledgement for any of his b.s.
Drink up [email protected]#$ches , theres more Kool - Aid being served as we read this .


With our debt ( which will continue to grow under the current gov) we will never recover. We won’t even be able to pay the interest on our debt. So kiss Canada goodbye cause those we owe will be taking over the entire country. Welcome to Chicaneese!
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Everyone out there in NSH land have a super duper day and please store your guns in a safe manner 🇨🇦🏌️‍♀️🎱🦌🤠

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 07:22 PM

Yes there is no winning as long as the back door deals are done. He just made it official, municipalities in opposition will be over ruled, and another full year of CERB (election just bought and paid for by all of us). The country is feked. PEI announces today that there trial for UBI is under way, people will get 18,000 a year to stay home, 50,000 will be paid at a sum of 270 million to the tax payer. Going to be no businesses left is what one councilor stated once we start paying people to stay home. Every body will be in poverity in Canada. What a Canada we are building. How can anyone compare past governments as this bad?


Did they get support from the turdboy?
Like WTF !!!
But if everyone stays home and collects UBI where will tax $ come from
Can I get UBI plus my pension and CPP plus OAS in a few yrs.
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Everyone out there in NSH land have a super duper day and please store your guns in a safe manner 🇨🇦🏌️‍♀️🎱🦌🤠

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 07:37 PM

With our debt ( which will continue to grow under the current gov) we will never recover. We won’t even be able to pay the interest on our debt. So kiss Canada goodbye cause those we owe will be taking over the entire country. Welcome to Chicaneese!


Agreed 100%
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Posted 19 February 2021 - 08:11 PM

It was interesting listening to the PEI councilor. Who works, and what businesses will we have with no workers?$18,000 means you sure don't have much in life, definitely not a an electric car, nor house unless you pile 9 families under one roof like refugees. One guy, one party has done this.

I very seldom watch the news especially now since all you hear is covid. So I didn’t realize this UBI chit was actually even being considered let alone being accepted! WTF is wrong with people we are supposed to be a democratic society. NOT SOCIALIST.
HOW CAN ANY PROVINCE IN THIS CONUTRY EVEN CONSIDER SOCIALIST IDEALS THE FEDERAL GOVERMENT SHOULD SHUT THIS FS DOWN! MAYBE TURDBOY IS IN ACUALLY IN BED WITH TAM AND THE CHINESE
NO WONDER THEY ARE TAKING OUR GUNS!

The Canadian public should be outraged but hey no one seems to give a FK that our PM abused his power and interfered with a trail and then used the OIC to secure his own agenda.
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Everyone out there in NSH land have a super duper day and please store your guns in a safe manner 🇨🇦🏌️‍♀️🎱🦌🤠

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 10:58 PM

Did they get support from the turdboy?
Like WTF !!!
But if everyone stays home and collects UBI where will tax $ come from
Can I get UBI plus my pension and CPP plus OAS in a few yrs.

If you look up the history of UBI it was created in some country with the thought of helping those that had lost there job there get back on there feet. While many were at home the others worked. The others that worked paid all the taxes until many of them got fed up with seeing others getting paid for nothing and they quit, then they all were on UBI, all in poverty, no one working, nothing being made, no one paying taxes and the country went broke and became a shitehole. Its where were heading. Many people in Canada want it but if you ask them how everyone can be on it if no one works, or how anything will ever get made, who pays taxes, they don't answer. These very same people believe they will still have a nice house, car etc. Imagine paying 270 million in PEI to have 50,000 stay home. Imagine the cost if everyone stayed home? I guess Canada will become a country on welfare.


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Posted 20 February 2021 - 09:32 AM

Under Turdo and the liberal supporters we will become the Venezuela of the north if this nobody works everyone gets paid fiscal plan continues....37 million people cannot pay off the debt owed even with  a large tax increase thats being talked about.We are about to become tax sheep for the liberals till it all collapses the worst is yet to come ffs...


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