Different weapons, different ammo, different treatment

- January 12th, 2012

I’ve written about the government’s problematic treatment of certain small caliber rifles here, here and here.

You can see images of the Armi Jager AP 80 and the AK 47 below. Thanks to Matt Rawluk we also have a side-by-side comparison of the ammunition used by the different rifles. There is a world of difference between these two firearms, the RCMP and the government are wrong.

Armi Jager AP 80 a semi-automatic .22

 

Rifle_AK-47

The AK 47 is a fully automatic 7.62 mm rifle.

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3 comments

  1. Graeme says:

    How is the Jager 80 any different than my Ruger 10/22. From what I have read the RCMP can classify any firearm they wish as prohibited. Since when does the RCMP make the rules! They enforce the rules, not make them.

  2. Marcel Bauer says:

    Thanks Brian.

  3. Matt says:

    Another firearm added to the prohibited list because it looks “scary”. Unbelievable. Hold onto your AR’s, ACR’s and CZ’s guys, they’re going to be coming for those next.

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