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G.mech last won the day on May 5

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  1. I guess that's understandable....we are a motley bunch down here. Maybe an airdrop from the Beaver would work once the ice is out??
  2. Ya sorry, I didn't see that.....my bad. I owe you a beer I guess. If I leave Brantford now, what time do I get to your place?
  3. No, that wasn't my point, I want you to post the picture you sent me with the 3 Rugers....LOL!
  4. I was just doing some more reading on this and see the list includes a toy air soft gun!! I didn't believe it until I looked it up for myself: http://www.kingarms.com/productpage.asp?prodid=2021 Better let your kids know they are felons if the go outside to play....I think there's lots of loopholes, misses, and mistakes in this regulation change that will need to be revisited.
  5. Okay maybe that is a bad example then but there are others that this situation still applies to.....I think you realize that too Dave. I want @AKRISONERto post the one he has.....go ahead, I double dog dare ya!
  6. This may help clarify the clear functional differences between assault rifles and other semi auto rifles that remain legal:
  7. Sounds like they're saying the shotgun problem is a 'misunderstanding'. https://twitter.com/BillBlair/status/1257809934655328256
  8. Billy Bob's bait just off Hwy 11 on the south edge of North Bay had them last time I was there but it's been a couple of years. They're on Lakeshore drive just west of 11.
  9. Overcapacity magazines were "prohibited devices" already for all centre fire rifles and handguns. They are allowed for rimfire rifles only. There was lots of publicity about this in regards to some the .22 rimfire mags such as the Ruger 10/22 and Mossberg 715T high cap mags. These were allowed in Canada at one time but became prohibited basically overnight because somebody built a handgun that they would fit in. Since they now fit a handgun, unbeknownst to thousands of innocent owners, they suddenly became felons for owning prohibited devices without notice or any sort of an amnesty period.
  10. Well all I can say is that I'm very relieved that the gang bangers who are the root of the gun problem will now have to turn in their Klyukva Rocket Launchers and Russian Artillery M1942 Anti-Tank Guns. I guess we'll be much safer now that they're stuck with their illegally obtained revolvers, 9mm lugers, and glocks. Thanks for your strong stance and protecting us Justin but if you really think this is any sort of solution to gun crimes, you're kidding yourself and your minions.
  11. Here is the snip from the March 24th ON Reg 106. Maybe it's a matter of interpretation but to me, 'pet grooming' doesn't seem to fall in the 'health and welfare of animals' section any more than a barber shop would be considered an essential 'health service' for humans. That said, it really isn't specifically listed so I guess it's like a lot of the other things that are pretty grey....let's just leave it at that, it's pretty irrelevant anyway. Sorry to question you.
  12. I've checked the previous list and the new list top to bottom and don't believe that "pet grooming" is on either list of essential businesses...maybe on a Facebook page or something not on the government sites. Here is an article with the old list... https://torontostoreys.com/ontario-essential-businesses-stay-open-covid-19/ I've noticed lately that misinformation spreads at least as easily, if not more so, than covid-19 does.
  13. I'd do it but then I'd have to self isolate for 2 weeks.
  14. Sadly, the search was called off at the end of Tuesday: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/alex-ottley-search-end-1.5476362
  15. Always have an action figure in your tackle box...
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