MedTechStudent said:True Story:
My Mom after quitting her Nursing profession in England worked for the Canadian branch of a sporting goods company based out of Sweeden called Barnett. Don't look for it its not there anymore
Anyways, she was at a trade show one time and they were displaying these nifty pellet guns that (I can't believe it even to this day) broke at the barrel to load just like a shotgun. So she loaded it and cracked it back shut and to the horror/amusement of the onlookers, the gun discharged promptly shooting her boss in the side of the head. I know I know, "omg how awful, a tragic loss", well he was fine he didn't die they just had to dig a pellet out of his head. So I suppose HE might be all more Federal Control. Accidents happen is my point, no matter where and within what laws.
Snafu-Bar said:I tried to vote no for pellet guns and settled on NO for eating a fish caught in the ottawa river
Kids should be regulated by thier parents via bend over.(lawyer not included)
P.s Check your link
forcerecon85 said:I don't want my $3,000 C9 taken away over a $35 irresponsible parent's mistake.