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Old May 7th, 2008, 02:04   #12
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Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Northern Alberta
Police have been known to wait outside the gates of gun ranges, stopping traffic coming and going to the range. Speeding is irrelevant.

Also, in areas where hunting occurs, you also have to deal with Fish and Wildlife officers.

Keep your PAL on you, like a Driver's license and keep your registration and ATT with your guns, if applicable. Make sure they are transported as per the requirements of the CCC, and you should never have a problem. But oversights by a careless owner (not a hardened criminal bent on using a gun to commit crime) could be unfortunate.
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