Pro Choice or No Voice


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This blog is a safe place for all people who have had abortions, who are pro-choice, and who are allies to the movement.

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theblindanddeaf : How do you feel about firearm and civilians owning them?

I like the system Canada currently has going on. I recently took classes to own a firearm, so I know the process pretty well. I spent 350$ on taking two full day courses for hunting and non-restricted firearms, (in these courses you learn everything about riffles, shotguns, safety, etc. It’s really in depth believe it or not.)

Anyways, I passed both the exams (some parts were written, some were practical) in November of last year, so then what you do if you fill out a bunch of forms, put 60$ in an envelope and send it to the RCMP (our federal police.) Then they look over your application, call your references, do a background check, and then decide whether or not to approve you. If you are approved they send you a license that is good for 5 years, if you’re not approved, you don’t get shit.
(Keep in mind this is only for non-restricted firearms, like shotguns and riffles, to obtain a restricted license, which allows you to own handguns and such, there’s a lot more to it.)

In Canada, we treat owning firearms as a privilege, not a right. I think that’s how it should be everywhere. I honestly don’t mind civilians owning firearms, as long as they own them legally and have taken their safety courses and such. - Paige


Posted → Saturday August 23rd, 2014 at 12:55pm - 85 notes
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