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on July 27, 2014 in Right Interviews

Ed Burlew Gun Rights Lawyer

Ed Burlew Gun Rights Lawyer ED Burlew discusses The new Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act is poised to: • Merge the Possession Only License (POL) and the Possession and Acquisition license (PAL) • End the Authorization to Transport system for target shooting • Restrict the ability of Chief Firearms Officers (CFO’s) to make arbitrary decisions • Create a grace period at the end of a five-year license expiry to prevent criminal charges for expired paperwork • Create mandatory firearms safety courses for first time gun owners • Strengthen firearms prohibitions for those who are convicted of domestic violence offences

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on June 22, 2013 in Right Interviews

Edward Burlew Interviewed

Edward Burlew Interviewed. Edward L. Burlew, LL.B., Barrister and Solicitor, is a Canadian lawyer and gun rights advocate. He is one of only three lawyers in Canada[1] who specializes in the byzantine labyrinth of contradictions that is Canadian gun law, being widely recognized as possibly the foremost expert on the subject in that country. In 2011, Burlew represented Ontarian Ian Thompson when he was charged with violations of the Firearms Act after firing warning shots at several men who were throwing molotov cocktails at his house! (Nope, not making that up.[3][4]) www.rightedition.com

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