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Hypothetical Question About Gun Registration

OK - it seems to bring a gun across the border, I need to fill out paperwork, and pay a fee. To borrow a gun from a family member, as an example, one has to fill out paperwork, and pay a fee. Now, suppose someone was visiting New Brunswick, and was visiting their father, and wanted to go hunting. Hypothetically, this person would have a Resident hunting license, because they meet the res requirements of birth and land ownership. If this individual was using a borrowed weapon, without the approved permit, are the Game Wardens going to check that? Or, would the only worry be ift he individual was transporting the weapon, and the Mounties stopped him... Speaking hypothetically, of course Wink

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Hypothetical Question About Gun Registration

I expect that it would be a snowball effect. First they would ask to see your hunting license then your possession cert. If you don't have either of those then they are going to want your gun reg. etc. etc. etc. I would want to have my hunting license and possession cert. before I borrowed the gun. I would hate to lose the "old man's" rifle.

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Dad's the one saying "Don't worry about it" LOL

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Hypo. the chance of getting caught hunting the back woods would be slim. I would avoid busy public places as they are the areas that the game wardens check. This is hypo. of course. Wink

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