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PostPosted: Sun Jun 02, 2019 4:52 pm 
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Long story short then, Callum would have been better served keeping his nose out of the matter. If one UK retailer wants to make a tit of himself slagging off another best left well alone!

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 02, 2019 7:37 pm 
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BamBam wrote:
MistAgain wrote:
I suppose you could say that Lantac has had a sort of Ratner moment !


Callum Long Collins is a director of GunroomTV and Magload, he should take his own advice before spouting off unsubstantiated claims in an effort to discredit a competing company.


So Callum is a director and minority shareholder in Gunroom TV , Magload and no doubt some other companies . So what ?

I saw no unsubstantiated claims in his video and I am still try to figure out who the competing company is that you claim he tried to discredit .

Perhaps we should be told .


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Callum doesn't hold with giving the full story...

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Sim G wrote:
Callum doesn't hold with giving the full story...


Very true .


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https://zbrojnice.com/2019/06/13/interview-callum-long-collins-a-man-whose-guns-were-confiscated-for-committing-a-thought-crime/


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Nowt we didn’t know already?

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I am a little lost here. In part of UK – Northern Ireland – British citizens can get concealed carry license and have firearms for personal protection. Why is the idea of armed self defense so revolutionary in the rest of the UK?


Its not that simple, some can but its heavily restricted and limited to people targeted or likely to be targeted by terrorist. People can not gets them because of a possible terrorist attack in Northern Ireland, like the Islamic terrorist attacks in-mainland UK.

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(1) The Chief Constable is responsible for the administration of the firearms licensing system in
Northern Ireland. This function is carried out on his behalf by Firearms and Explosives
Branch, Service Improvement Department.
(2) The licensing of firearms for the purpose of personal protection is a unique situation in
Northern Ireland. To qualify for the grant of a personal protection weapon (PPW) an
individual is required to meet certain conditions to satisfy the need for a PPW and the
requirements of the Firearms (NI) Order 2004 (the Order).
(3) The Policy provides the basis for decision-making by police staff in Firearms and
Explosives Branch, who have delegated authority under Article 79 for the authorisation of
applications for the grant of a Firearm Certificate for a PPW
2. INTRODUCTION
(1) Summary
(a) For the purposes of this Policy an applicant for a PPW will be deemed to have ‘good
reason’ if it is established that:
(b) There is a specific threat against the individual which creates a real and immediate risk
verified by a specialist police report; or
(c) In exceptional circumstances, a verifiable level of risk is established by other
information and
(d) The possession of a firearm is a reasonable, proportionate and necessary measure to
protect the life of the applicant.
(e) In addition to satisfying good reason primacy exists in the decision-making process to
the requirements of Article 5(2) (a) of the Order in that the applicant must be
considered a fit person to be entrusted with a firearm.


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