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Legal Question?

northstar65

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If a person who legally owns a handgun in Canada and lives on a say 100 acre farm can that person legally carry either open or concealed as long as that person remains on his property ?
 

northstar65

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Yes or No answer will do....

I didn't think my Q would so upset you Mr. H , but WI is a long way away from Canada in terms of laws. Ok say that person lives on a 10 or 1,000 acre farm would that help you to provide an intelligent unemotional answer ?
 

Flyer22

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What's so special about a farm?

If you think or suspect that Canadian laws regarding gun possession are based on rural v. urban location, then you already know the direction in which to direct your research, and you don't need us to do it for you.
 

since9

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If you think or suspect that Canadian laws regarding gun possession are based on rural v. urban location, then you already know the direction in which to direct your research, and you don't need us to do it for you.
Do you really think he was asking one of us who live in Colorado Springs to research Canadian law for him? :banghead:

Northstar, ask again. You might find somone more familiar with Canadian law who'll come along and actually answer your question. :)
 
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