To a degree. If you want to own firearms, you need to be licenced. Check this out: Registration of Firearms (individuals) - Royal Canadian Mounted PoliceI'm sorry mate, I don't understand your question. Do you understand Canadian firearms law?
LOL whut? How would possessing unregistered, restricted and unrestricted firearms not result in charges?You wouldn't necessarily have criminal charges against you if you were unregistered.
Thanks mate. I do actually understand where they are coming from in these over-sensitive, highly charged times ....... but I have an issue with the way this has been handled, like a bull in a China shop and without interviewing me or researching my background. The balance of law does not seem to be working correctly here.
Well there are a number of ways. Since ownership of firearms could easily predate legislation, you could be in possession without being licensed but you are not automatically a criminal.LOL whut? How would possessing unregistered, restricted and unrestricted firearms not result in charges?