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ligun said:
I was surfing the web and came across this page:

http://www.marplerifleandpistolclub.org.uk/general/faccert1.htm

Not too different from NYC laws and a lot easier than pre-Heller Washington DC and Chicago. Unlike NYC, they actually allow you to reload in the UK.
I like the part where you have to get permission to keep a specific number of rounds of ammo that cannot be exceeded.
 

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ligun said:
I was surfing the web and came across this page:

http://www.marplerifleandpistolclub.org.uk/general/faccert1.htm

Not too different from NYC laws and a lot easier than pre-Heller Washington DC and Chicago. Unlike NYC, they actually allow you to reload in the UK.
I like the part where you have to get permission to keep a specific number of rounds of ammo that cannot be exceeded.
 

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It just goes to show you that when you think you have it bad there are others that have it worse. It's also a called to not neglect what you have or it will be taken away.
 

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It just goes to show you that when you think you have it bad there are others that have it worse. It's also a called to not neglect what you have or it will be taken away.
 

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I just had a bunch of visitors from the UK.
One, a young lad of 31, was looking around my "man cave" in awe that I would be allowed to have such toys.
He asked if he would be allowed to fire a rifle, as her never had.
Next day we were at the range and on the way home he said it was the best day he ever had in his life.
Talk about a grin!!
Following is a great read regarding how England gave away their rights.

http://www.nraila.org/issues/articles/read.aspx?id=58
 

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I just had a bunch of visitors from the UK.
One, a young lad of 31, was looking around my "man cave" in awe that I would be allowed to have such toys.
He asked if he would be allowed to fire a rifle, as her never had.
Next day we were at the range and on the way home he said it was the best day he ever had in his life.
Talk about a grin!!
Following is a great read regarding how England gave away their rights.

http://www.nraila.org/issues/articles/read.aspx?id=58
 

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A friend's friend from Ireland was just over here a few weeks ago for the MDTS class at Calverton. He was telling me about the exhaustive nine page application jut to own a shotgun in Ireland. He got his US citizenship a year ago and plans on leaving Ireland for good for Vegas.
 

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A friend's friend from Ireland was just over here a few weeks ago for the MDTS class at Calverton. He was telling me about the exhaustive nine page application jut to own a shotgun in Ireland. He got his US citizenship a year ago and plans on leaving Ireland for good for Vegas.
 
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