New gun, Gentlemen.

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by targettarget, May 29, 2009.

  1. targettarget

    targettarget
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    Para LTC 9mm. Grips are Hawaiian Kona from Raasco and fit and look fantastic.

    Not bad for a Canuck, eh? :)
     
  2. toys

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    no. no bad even for a Canadian.

    I like my POs too.
     
  3. Grubstake

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    Beautiful Gun...Congrats...
     
  4. MarkSBG

    MarkSBG
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    Love the gun and grips...
     
  5. candyman

    candyman
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    what a pos







    can i have pleeeeeeeease :)

    btw do you have a 3 round mag ?
     
  6. targettarget

    targettarget
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    9 rounds for this one.

    But all handguns are limited to 10 rounds or less. :(
     
  7. Sun195

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    Nice looking gun!

    So, not knowing much about Canadian gun laws, what all did you need to do (if anything) to get this?
     
  8. targettarget

    targettarget
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    Well, I have to have a license to buy and shoot it, but that's about it. It's just a simple written test.

    We can buy any handguns with barrel lengths >4.2" and a mag capacity <10, but nothing else. Allot of the micro and compact guns aren't allowed to be imported because of that law.

    4.25" Commanders fit the bill just perfectly, however. ;)
     
  9. ogre

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    Those wooden grips are beautiful. I am in envy of your good fortune. The wood is actually Koa wood. Koa = "warrior" in the language of the islands. It is mostly found on the Big Island and was the prefered wood when it came to making spears and other weapons. Again, very nice!
     
  10. Frog

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  11. targettarget

    targettarget
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    Thanks.

    And yes, I misspelled. They are Koa. :)

    Yeah, we have a paperwork scheme set out by the government called an ATT (Authorization To Transport). We are only allowed to bring the guns to and from ranges and gunsmiths.

    We can't carry at all up here on out person. I F'ing hate that about this place. All the gangbangers do it, and if they get caught, they get something like a slap on the wrist and lifetime ban on gun ownership.

    Because gangsters care about what "the law" tells them they can and cannot do. :rolleyes:
     

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