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    Default Re: FIREARM MOTIVATIONS R250

    Do you have a number of Johan Justus?

    I tried calling the one on his page, but call does not want to go through?

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    Default Re: FIREARM MOTIVATIONS R250

    Quote Originally Posted by ravingDIODE View Post
    All my applications is in Afrikaans.

    In my mind it means that an Afrikaans speaking person will have to handle my app and it puts me more at ease. Why do I feel so?! No clue!
    All 4 of mine have also been written in Afrikaans by myself, no issues.
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    Default Re: FIREARM MOTIVATIONS R250

    Okay so here it goes I used Johan Justus once long ago with my Section 13 application and ended up doing it myself
    As the spelling was terrible. (Not that I am much better I admit)

    But better I was. After that my brother tried to use him but after a lot of arguments and empty promises we are still waiting on the app or the refund of payed funds
    almost a year down the line?!

    I would be cautious and rather put the time in to do it yourself all my personal applications where approved and once you have made one you've kinda made the next one anyways.

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    Default Re: FIREARM MOTIVATIONS R250

    I've written all my own motivations, and let me be honest, it's harder than the Msc thesis I got 81% for a few years ago. Why, because you have to guess the IQ level of the person reading it, and adapt to that..hence I always use footnotes to substantiate arguments etc. I don't use the "I have hunted all my life" stories, mine are all technical based, e.g. using and explaining terms like Relative Killing Ability and why X is better than Y... Also, lots of technical graphs...CFR loves those :)

    All have luckily been approved, so it's not hard...

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    Default Re: FIREARM MOTIVATIONS R250

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy The Kid View Post
    Ha good luck. It seems CFR has developed a dislike of generic motivations.

    It's ridiculous that people can't do their own motivations. Look I don't mind helping for say R1000 each. I'm clever and speak a good English so no refusals (almost) guaranteed.
    wouldn't this then effect well known motivation providers such as legally armed etc?

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