I’m really impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you customize it yourself? Either way keep up the nice quality writing, it is rare to see a nice blog like this one nowadays..
Thanks for taking time to comment. My website was designed by a young mechanical engineering student who designs websites to help pay for his education.
My comments are based on the information that was released in the gazette. There is a difference between how the CFP has been implementing the changes and what the government is telling them to do. You might be quoting from the FAQ before the last OIC was filed. It’s still not certain exactly how it’s all going to shake out. Yes, there are more intricacies in how firearms are regulated than I covered in 3 minutes. I said clearly that my comments are not legal advice but I will be making an INSTRUCTIONAL video (to replace the ATT video) on… Read more »
Thanks for the clarification Rod. We look forward to your next Instructional video.
A number of inaccuracies/ambiguities in what Rod has said here regarding the ATT that I feel compelled to point out. First, remember that all that C-42 has really done regarding transportation rules is to move the wording found on LTATT’s from one piece of paper (LTATT form) to another (Conditions form which accompanies the RPAL), and then only for some specified transport scenarios. One-off ATT’s (a.k.a. STATT) will still be required for certain transportation scenarios. For example, trips between provinces, loaning/borrowing restricted firearms, moving residences, and taking a restricted firearm to/picking up from a postal outlet. There is also still… Read more »