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11-09-2012 11:52 PM
poutanen
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Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
How much red tape do you have to cut through to obtain a RPAL?
Not a big deal at all. Did my non-restricted course one weekend, applied for and got my PAL in the mail. Did the restricted course the next spring, applied for the RPAL and got the usual phone call: "You're not a serial killer/rapist/divorcee who just lost their job are you?" and that was it. I think I had to put personal references down to get it but I can't remember. It wasn't a big deal.

Much cheaper in Alberta vs. Ontario or other commie provinces.

Now the ATT was another issue. In Ontario my ATT only covered going to and from my particular home range, or any other range for a sanctioned competition, most direct route, do not deviate from your course, etc.

The Alberta ATT is good for transporting to ALL ranges, gunsmiths/shops, and border crossings (airports included). We're more gun friendly here for sure...
11-09-2012 12:39 PM
wrathfuldeity I'll have to go look for my biohazzard stickers
11-09-2012 11:40 AM
Grizz
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Originally Posted by poutanen View Post
I remember when I moved to Calgary last year. I showed up with a handgun, two shotguns, and 6 rifles.
How much red tape do you have to cut through to obtain a RPAL?
11-08-2012 10:40 PM
dopamean
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Originally Posted by 10tonvinyl View Post
if you need some personal decals hit me up - i got a vinyl cutter
awesome, can you post up any pics of your work?
11-08-2012 10:15 PM
poutanen
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The ultimate sticker is the one you get when you fly with a firearm checked in. Your luggage will never get lost. Lots of pro photographer/athletes put a firearm in their equipment case for that purpose.
I remember when I moved to Calgary last year. I showed up with a handgun, two shotguns, and 6 rifles. I was walking out of the terminal with all my gun cases and a guy looked at me and said to his wife "That guy's goin' HUNTIN'!!!" lol

It did feel weird walking through an airport with that much firepower.
11-08-2012 10:05 PM
seriouscat I bought the bright blue/neon green Burton luggage because I was sick of staring all the typical blue/black/brown luggages to find which one was mine. Now I can see it across half an airport hallway.

The ultimate sticker is the one you get when you fly with a firearm checked in. Your luggage will never get lost. Lots of pro photographer/athletes put a firearm in their equipment case for that purpose.
11-08-2012 09:23 PM
10tonvinyl if you need some personal decals hit me up - i got a vinyl cutter
07-04-2012 08:25 AM
LuckyRVA My smaller checked luggage bag and snowboard bag are fabric so no stickers for me. The snowboard bag is a bright blue so it stands out. I normally put a red ribbon on my checked luggage to make it stand out.
06-26-2012 12:46 PM
ilikecoupons yeah i usually just slap some stickers on so i know which one is mine
06-26-2012 09:54 AM
poutanen I like to be ironic (not really) so my guitar case has red reflective tape on it and Transport Canada stickers that say "Think Airport Safety!"

On my suitcases I have some company stickers on there so I know which one's mine. I leave my gun cases sticker free. I love the look people give me when I walk through the airport with 10 guns!
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