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    Default Re: KZN residents EDC question. Is EDC effectively banned?

    Quote Originally Posted by GAZZAMCK View Post
    Until someone isn't and the GFSA crowd come down on all of us.....
    At the quarry, two gentlemen were sighting in their rifles at the 100m, they took a walk to inspect their targets, walked back to their bench and poof rifles gone

    The local hunters got a upgrade from .303 rusted enfields to two new .308 howas...
    I honestly don't know what I would do if I came back to an empty bench.

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    Default Re: KZN residents EDC question. Is EDC effectively banned?

    I don't shoot rifle from the bench on my own for this reason. When I did, I would take the bolt with me when dealing targets. There are ranges I can think of where people could be hiding within 20m of the line and could be deep into the veld with your rifle/s and ammo before you knew or could do anything about it.

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    Default Re: KZN residents EDC question. Is EDC effectively banned?

    Quote Originally Posted by GAZZAMCK View Post
    Constitutionally the right to self defense and life (should a robbery occur)
    The FCA is national law, and doesn't stipulate the KZN liquor act.

    The owners may excersize their right of admission and ask you to leave

    I have never actually heard of SAPS enforcing this law here in KZN
    I agree with that, in the instance of you needing to use the firearm for a lawful purpose the chances of the KZN Act coming up are nil. However there is nothing in the FCA that gives us a right to carry, it simply regulates the conditions we may carry under. So the KZN Act isn't going against anything in the FCA. It could be argued that by depriving you of your firearm your constitutional right to life and security is infringed (which is kinda the whole constitutional argument against removing section 13).
    I'm very glad to hear they aren't enforcing it. I only found out about this piece of legislation last night and it just doesn't sit well with me.

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    Default Re: KZN residents EDC question. Is EDC effectively banned?

    But almost all supermarkets have liquor licences. How now brown cow?

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    Default Re: KZN residents EDC question. Is EDC effectively banned?

    Quote Originally Posted by GAZZAMCK View Post
    Until someone isn't and the GFSA crowd come down on all of us.....
    At the quarry, two gentlemen were sighting in their rifles at the 100m, they took a walk to inspect their targets, walked back to their bench and poof rifles gone

    The local hunters got a upgrade from .303 rusted enfields to two new .308 howas...
    This was careless.
    live out your imagination , not your history.

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    Default Re: KZN residents EDC question. Is EDC effectively banned?

    Quote Originally Posted by KK20 View Post
    This was careless.
    Very!

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