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    ^^^ Like I said, stupid laws.
    There's an old saying that goes " if a tree falls in the forest (or on a large ranch)....."


    A bit like you're allowed to shoot a 9mm carbine (kel tec sub 2000) in the woods (cans steel and stuff) but you're not allowed to shoot your 9mm pistol. the sound will be the same the empties will be the same, so if you shoot it (your carbine) on a " private large ranch " safely, who TF can tell what you're shooting unless you're shooting 100 yards from the road... Common sense
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    I think the pic is fake as in photo shop edited,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kobs View Post
    ^^^ Like I said, stupid laws.
    There's an old saying that goes " if a tree falls in the forest (or on a large ranch)....."


    A bit like you're allowed to shoot a 9mm carbine (kel tec sub 2000) in the woods (cans steel and stuff) but you're not allowed to shoot your 9mm pistol. the sound will be the same the empties will be the same, so if you shoot it (your carbine) on a " private large ranch " safely, who TF can tell what you're shooting unless you're shooting 100 yards from the road... Common sense
    Kobs, that was my question also. He said, it was still high risk. If someone should see or hear him it would be very serious. He would lose his hunting rifles fines etc. He grew up in the Yukon and is a serious hunter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dog Soldier View Post
    Kobs, that was my question also. He said, it was still high risk. If someone should see or hear him it would be very serious. He would lose his hunting rifles fines etc. He grew up in the Yukon and is a serious hunter.
    No doubt, which is why I said Common sense. Far from me to incite peoples to disobey the law, I've never seen the ranch wooded or not far from roads or neighbors, how are the neighbors, are they ok with gun fire. A lot of questions only he can answer and only he knows how risky it is and even if it isn't, it's still "against the law" I just know that a 22 pistol in 10-20 meters of wooded land 100 meters from the nearest road will make as much noise as a moose fart and that's all i'm saying lol

    Often when I drive my car through country roads around here (lots of corn land) and little puffs of trees at the very end of the mile long field i'm asking myself if anyone would hear gun fire, one thing for sure no one would see. One can always wonder right

    Edit: I guess it's a good thing that i'm not rich enough to own more than a 50X100' piece of terrain in the middle of a large village
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    Here's the boar that I shot last year at a hunting preserve in Ohio with my pre 64 30-30 Winchester 94
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    That 94 is about as good a rifle as you could ask for in a woodsy area like that.

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    Well I guess just like us, he's hungry again 30 minutes after eating Chinese food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuickdrawMcgraw View Post
    The firearm laws in Australia are strange and strict. You can have a rifle or shotgun down there though there are many different types of licenses, lots of cash to put forth, long wait times, and red tape. There sre A, B, C, D, E. F. etc etc type of licenses, some firearms must be left at the firearm range, the person must belong to a range or some IDPA group to own approved pistols, must shoot a designated amount of times or approved pistols will be taken away, firearms stored at the house must be locked up and in a gov approved safe, and it be only used for what you said it was going to be used for. These are just the few I know of and heck, they might not be right either.
    You do not want to tackle that pig with a single-shot or a shotgun. If you only piss it off on the first shot you're in big trouble. That animal requires a 20-shot .308 AR-10 style rifle.
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    Yup... In Canada... Revolvers are restricted to 5 round magazines.
    What you do with the magazine is your business.
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