Wave bye bye to your shotguns

#2
Standard procedure for the unarmed family man is to torch the house with family inside it, I thought. Perhaps they should ban matches.

Oh, and this one was a taxi driver, same as Derek Bird. They should ban taxis.
 

ugly

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#3
#4
Apart from air rifles and when the Queen was paying for the rounds, shooting has never interested me much. But I can see tighter regs on the way.

Lucky that since they banned legal ownership of semi-autos and handguns the rate of gun crimes have fallen dramatically. MAC 10 anyone?
 
#5
They do every day that Indian student was shot in Salford, I havent heard the GCN call for a ban on illegal firearms yet!!!!!
There are none, why else would legally owned once be banned and removed from circulation.

The pistol ban cured all firearms crime in the UK, now there is none at all.

I want my Fosberry back so I can enter the HBSA - 'engage a burglar on your own property' event.
 

Sixty

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#6
The Coalition took a fairly reasonable non-kneejerk position after Bird went mental with his rifle so there's a chance the same approach may be taken now. Depends how much screeching comes from the antis I suppose and how much tabloid pressure it elicits.
 
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Biscuits_AB

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#9
Standard procedure for the unarmed family man is to torch the house with family inside it, I thought. Perhaps they should ban matches.

Oh, and this one was a taxi driver, same as Derek Bird. They should ban taxis.

I wish they would. They drive like utter cnuts round our way.
 
#13
Fortunately I brought my mac10 off a bloke down the pub
 

ugly

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#14
There are none, why else would legally owned once be banned and removed from circulation.

The pistol ban cured all firearms crime in the UK, now there is none at all.

I want my Fosberry back so I can enter the HBSA - 'engage a burglar on your own property' event.
Then you are a silly arse for surrendering it (unless it was fecked) as you could keep them as section 7

sensible head on as this isnt the naafi, maybe an end to section 2 and everything becomesa need rather than a right!
 

ugly

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#16
Whats the point? it would sit in an armoury at Bisley for evermore. The compo came in handy at the time.
My 455s were kept at home (1) or (3) I can never recall as I sold them all later for mucho moula so mucho more than crappy compo!
 

ugly

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#19
Currently plod have to prove why they want to stop you from having section 2! Section 1 on the other hand is a simple case of proving your need rather than your right!
 

ugly

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#20
No, it happened in Horden......


If you live in Horden and win the lottery, you buy a house in Peterlee, to rub your relations noses in it.
Can you get a House in Peterlee for a tenner?
 

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