posted on May, 12 2011 @ 03:10 PM
reply to post by TKDRL
Well whatever you're doing, keep doing it and hopefully you will slip below the radar. As far as I understand, if you've got 10 or more firearms
under your name in the registry, a CFO will make an appointment with you at some point to inspect your storage of the guns.
Now as far as enforcing the laws goes, that comes down to the local police, so they may be too busy or not intent on enforcing those laws very
strictly where you are, but just in case, keep everything locked up, even the ammo, and make sure that anybody in your house who doesn't have a PAL,
doesn't know where the keys are.
If the cops come to inspect or for something unrelated and a family member without a PAL is there and agrees/is able to gain access to the guns for
inspection, they will be confiscated. Only people with the PAL can know where your keys are, just in case. The police will use tactics like that to
try and fool you into revealing any evidence of non compliance.
Also if you're transporting or storing a handgun, don't store the ATT in the same case as the gun! If a cop pulls you over and asks to see your ATT,
and you have to open the case to show it to him/her, that's unsafe storage and it will be confiscated and you will be charged, though you really did
I am suspicious that our police are being trained to use these tactics and the unjust laws we have to force/trick law abiding gun owners into non
compliance. It seems that way, anyway, and it would be a useful tool for disarming a population. The laws are so convoluted, they are almost
impossible to follow.