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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2006 2:10 pm 
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Thanks, can you pls give me some information on small game hunting restrictions or some link to this kind of information? I really need to know about that.


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Helps if we new where you lived. Update your profile if you plan to stay for a while.
Small game hunting laws can be easily dug up for your area by either searching Google or calling your local Fish & Wildlife (or whatever they call it where you live).
Make sure you're well informed, and follow the rules and you'll be safe.

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Sure, I am looking for the information immediatly


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Then start looking immediately. I don't know where you live, so I can't look up regulations for you. And I'm sure nobody else really wants to do it either.
Besides, these forums are full of small game hunting regs, use the Search button on the top.

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one more question, I tryed to call to get regitration for the course so that I ca apply for the licence, but the telephone seems to be busy all the time. I am living in toronto. Is there any other way I can take the course?
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you can find examiners at http://www.fseso.org/519.htm just call ones that are close to you

Edit: the site for you owuld likly be http://www.fseso.org/416.htm and there are 8 examiners in toronto

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Hi, Thanks for you reply,
I just called one of them. and the answer is if I want to own a long gun for hunting, I don't have to take a safty course, I just need to take a hunting course. and the course will start the end of this month.
my question is doesn't it means that the hunting course is superior to the safty course? and to pass the hunting course I get less limitation in purchase and possess and long gun?
(Acturally what I need now is to possess a long high velocity air rifle to enjoy the small game hunting.)


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i dont know where the examiner got his info as to hunt with a firearm in ontario you need your pal and hunting licence. and to buy firearms you need your pal

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