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February 6th, 2012  
AFSteliga
 
 
Welcome aboard.
February 6th, 2012  
Team Infidel
 
 
welcome....
February 6th, 2012  
Cne C
 
 
Welcome,
It's late but not to late
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February 7th, 2012  
BritinBritain
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by RookieShot
Haha no worries. Why u havin trouble with the new firearm law BrittainAfrica? Its actually quite a simple process. It only takes time to get approved. It sux!
I originally from West Coast. Born and Bred......
There so few chix that dig guns and stuff its scary!
I've along with a few others have been fighting it for over 12 years, its not designed to issue licences, its designed to remove all guns from civilian hands.
February 7th, 2012  
RookieShot
 
My friend, now u are def treading in a active minefield!
U r quite right, remove the boer's "defence" aka removing all firearms, what else do we have?
No my friend, I don't hand in, I don't surrender.
The law is designed to have loopholes. U just gotta search for it
And use it. Take a look through a difrent mindset. Just enough to benifit yourself.
No law is flawless.
Yet, they may remove the means, but never our pride and honour to our people, family and God.
Never. I will die for that.
Over....
February 7th, 2012  
BritinBritain
 
 
I have owned a gunshop here since 1996, we are also accredited trainers. But personally I have retired due to ill health.
February 8th, 2012  
RookieShot
 

I'm sorry to hear. Hope u still doing well though.
What training do/did you give?
February 8th, 2012  
BritinBritain
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by RookieShot
I'm sorry to hear. Hope u still doing well though.
What training do/did you give?
The required training under the FCA 60/2000. It's designed to make it unaffordable for most people. People can pass the course but still get refused the licence. It's like passing your driving test to be told, "You don't need a car so we are refusing your driving licence."
February 8th, 2012  
RookieShot
 
But that's ubsurd! They can't do that! Why have the training /licencing in the system if u r refused your licence then.
February 8th, 2012  
BritinBritain
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by RookieShot
But that's ubsurd! They can't do that! Why have the training /licencing in the system if u r refused your licence then.
They can do it and they have done it. As I told you, the act was designed to refuse licences, not to grant them. The training and licencing is smoke and mirrors, they let the public believe they are allowed under law to get a licence, which they can. The trick is, getting it.

My son was working at my shop as a salesman, he was turned down for a licence with the reason, "Lack of motivation." What more motivation does he need working in a gunshop?

When he applied again, I wrote his motivation, I covered every single area that the CFR might use to refuse him, I took photographs the whole nine yards. His motivation came to about 100 A4 pages (I'm not kidding). It took over two years but he finally got his licences.

If anyone is refused they can appeal, but unless they use a lawyer (more money down the drain) they are usually refused.

The officer in charge of the registry has overstepped the mark many times, and he gets away with it every time.

A friend on mine in Texas once told me, "If we had him (the officer i/c of the CFR) in Texas, he'd be swinging from the end of a rope."

My biggest problem is the vast majority of firearm owners (99.9%) will not stand up for their rights.

What people of South Africa do not realise, even though someone has never owned a gun, nor intend to, the FCA affects them too. I refer to the search and seizure section of the act which allows any home or property to be searched without a search warrant. A police officer only needs to say, "I suspected there were illegal firearms on the premises." Job done.
 


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