Message from Frederick Bernal in Willem Petzer Live Chat #general
That is more onerous than what the UK has to deal with
Those CAD files would still be very resourceful for those with the right tools and equipment though
What is your source for info on componet regulations in SA?
Right at the top
Basically under definitions
Further I found more info on a forum on the topic back in 2012
Barrel needs to be registered with your license it seems
Well enjoy the CAD files, for educational purposes
Its stupidly difficult to get a gun licence now, my cousin needed a police officer to sign his form and in the police station a black officer said "why do you need a gun? your going to kill my people with it?' and tore it up.
That is stupid
yaman and the irony is that we all had guns and handed them over in the amnesty
It would be interesting to know those numbers
I imagine some people held back some
Even here in Canada when we had 4-5 million licensed people only half opted in the new licensed system
That was back in the 90s
will never get them all, also i suspect that they sold alot of them to criminals or 'lost' them
The RCMP screwed the pooch on the registry as well as half of the data got scrambled
So there are a lot of firearms off the reserve
They aren’t being used in crimes though
More likely to have been tucked away in SA
Depending on the circumstances for each owner at that time
oh no i mean the police sell the confiscated ones
Australia had people burying a lot of guns right before their gun ban
The police are generally incompetent or corrupt no matter where you go
They can’t stop firearm smuggling and generally keep what they like
It seems the only way we can keep our guns is from a grassroots level. I know of only the Freedom Front Plus who spoke out against this outrageous gun law .
Yeah, I mean I haven’t ever seen advertisements in Canada with regard to firearm rights
Not even in the US the few times I have visited
But saw one very quickly when I visited SA a few years back shortly after leaving the airport heading to Pretoria
Plenty of guns were held back by people,but i suspect many were/gets confiscated when the estate is handled as the kids wont risk taking it.
We have a small movement here in Canada taking de-activated firearms (AKs, FALs, etc) and restoring them to function