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  • Democracy and common sense at work! If only the same could occur in Australia.

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    • Originally posted by Western Pig Dog View Post
      Terrorism and criminal aspect is obviously a load of nonsense, anyone capable of thinking for themselves can see that.

      Pardon me for broaching the taboo, but in a number of European countries firearms legislation was originally introduced because governments were justifiably afraid of the population either rising against the establishment or engaging in civil war amongst themselves. Why would the motivation be any different this time just because it's being done at an EU level?
      Its obvious that the dismantling of the soviegn state and the Islamisation of Europe is a priority for the EU and some politicians. Nothing can stand in its way.

      After the cover up of the mass gang rapes by orders from the highest level, it's safe to say this is no racist crack pipe conspiracy theory.

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      • EU gun ban: finally a victory at LIBE

        https://www.all4shooters.com/en/Shoo...ENVAL-COREPER/
        A small victory indeed. The fight is not over yet.

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        • On July 13th EP has approved the final draft of EU´s gun ban. Last changes were made few hours prior to the voting - thus no one from the sport shooting community, reenactment, hunting clubs etc. was able to take a look and make a stand. As you can see in the video the voting was very chaotic http://audiovisual.europarl.europa.e...c-a6420104fbd4

          No one really knows what EP has approved, the only thing we have so far is this press release http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/e...and-safeguards

          In regards to the latest development in France, to say that I´m pretty pissed is an understatement.

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          • A “monitoring system”, to be set up at member state level, for the issuance or renewal of authorisations, and new provisions on online/distance sales were also approved by MEPs. The maximum five-year duration of firearms certificates will not affect countries with a “continuous” monitoring system, says the text approved in committee.
            Maximum of five year certificates? WTF. That's nothing else than a money drain.

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            • The EU's big plan to tighten gun control has hit a major roadblock http://uk.businessinsider.com/r-swis...-rifles-2016-8

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              • Originally posted by PEMM View Post

                Maximum of five year certificates? WTF. That's nothing else than a money drain.
                Not so much money as time drain.
                Discouraging firearms ownership by creating bureaucratic hassle. We know it well, here, on our patch of clay.

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                • Looks like some sort of "compromise" has been worked out. The long and short is that it looks like gun owners get screwed again because the politicians won't deal with the real problem, a problem of their making.

                  http://www.euractiv.com/section/secu...e-on-firearms/

                  https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.91e756a0018e

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                  • Slightly off-topic, nevertheless quite interesting: according to Polish Administrative Court current Polish regulations regarding ,,Collector's license" for possesing firearms allows all citizens who have such license to purchase automatic firearms (rifles 5x45mm - 7,62mm caliber and machine pistols 6mm - 12 mm caliber).

                    Collector's license is quite easy to obtain and of course allows you to use your weapon at firing range.

                    Hehe.

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                    • Off topic but VERY interesting! Any other nations in Europe allow you to do that or something like that??


                      Originally posted by hastati View Post
                      Slightly off-topic, nevertheless quite interesting: according to Polish Administrative Court current Polish regulations regarding ,,Collector's license" for possesing firearms allows all citizens who have such license to purchase automatic firearms (rifles 5x45mm - 7,62mm caliber and machine pistols 6mm - 12 mm caliber).

                      Collector's license is quite easy to obtain and of course allows you to use your weapon at firing range.

                      Hehe.

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