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  1. SuPa

    SuPa I ruin Naders fun

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    Hey all, I have just been approved for my RPAL and need me some new toys :naughty:

    I just cant decide if I want to go for some ww2 era rifles ( enfield no4 mk2, Kar, Garand ) or just blow my wad and get an ar-15. I will be going for a dlask, since you guys want to keep all your american rifles to yourselves. Plus I have to work a pistol or 2 in there :o

    Would love them all but cant do that all in one shot.
     
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    If you want a cheap WW2 rifle, snag a Mosin Nagant. The rifle and ammo are cheap.
     
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    Mosin ftw. 7.62x54r is pretty fuckin' cheap and its comparable to 30-06.
     
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    what is a RPAL?
     
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    Canadian gun ownership license... Restricted Possession and Acquisition License
     
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    apman0000 OT Supporter

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    .30 carbine's are fun but pricey
     
  7. SuPa

    SuPa I ruin Naders fun

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    local store has some sks's with 1180 rounds for 350 bucks, can't go wrong with that
     
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    SKS is a fun gun.
     
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    That doesn't seem too bad. I'd give that a good long look, personally.
     
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    That would be a lot of fun, I had an SKS for a while and foolishly sold it when .223 was the same price as 7.62x39. .223 went back up and 7.62x39 stayed the same price for a long time. :hs:

    You cannot go wrong with a Mosin though, they are a ton of fun and very reliable.
     
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    beetle blah blah blah OT Supporter

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    what are the laws in Canada like? Once you have your license, can you buy as many as you want? Are there any restrictions?
     
  12. SuPa

    SuPa I ruin Naders fun

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    well with a regular PAL you can buy any long gun over 18 and a half inches, which is not deemed to be restricted ( i.e a 20 inch AR is restricted )

    basically hunting rifles and shot guns.

    A RPAL allows me to have any firearm that isn't deemed prohibited ( those are by grand fathering only now... fucking liberals ) and pistols.
    The general guidelines is a firearm shorter than 18 1/2 inches or a folding stock firearm less that 26 inches. More or less for the baby killers AR, Swiss arms, Tavor, etc and all pistols that are not prohibited.

    with a restricted PAL I have to get an ATT ( authorization to transport ) and can only take my evil baby killing rifles and pistols to a range/gunsmith/home. Getting caught in the woods with an AR would be bad news bears. Magazine capacity is 5 rounds for center fire semi auto 10 for all pistols. ( yet I could have a 100 round drum in a bolt action rifle and that would be OK... awesome logic I know ) However due to the fact that a LAR- 15 magazine is a pistol magazine and fits into an AR-15 its perfectly legal to do so, so AR's can have 10

    There is no limit to the amount of firearms I can have.

    The laws are also designed to not give me enough time to load a firearm and defend myself if my home was broken into, basically a 0 chance to be able to conceal carry.

    At least I'm not in Australia
     

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