oh for feck sake. How about you keep yourself and your paranoia right where you are
You know for a canuck you can be one of the most baiting trolls on this forum. I'm glad the first Canadians I met were nothing like you. And do you live in Poland now? or even in past year? Hmm think not. Were you born there..if I recall...No.
And my attitude on my own government where I was born (which as someone close to her tsalagi family has extra distrust of) has no bearing on my view of Polish government which I really do not have an opinon on nor comment on here. I don't judge my opinion of foreign governments on media hype, So in general do not make strong opinions about governments where I did not see local politics in action or live under the rule of. I commented here becuase it seemed rather more about teh US policies than about why Poland should or shouldn as it's own entity. I still couldn't say if Poland would benefit or not from a "right to bear arms" type of law.
I sure don't need no frou frou liberal making foam at the mouth insults at me just because it send them to an insane rage that someone thinsk a different way about a subject, when I said nothing to invite such. >: (
Should we marry as is planned..(becuase spending more time togethe always has chance to reveal an imcompatibility) , chances are he will want to go back to Poland when his parents need him. Which is why I orginally (Oh LOL was I wrong) came here to see what Polish people are like. For when in Rome do as the Romans do. There is everyone but native Polish it seems. Or they lurk.
To become a hunter you have to join a club (and attend the hunts I presume), go on training every year and pass exams (in Polish). You would be able to buy a hunting rifle, I doubt a handgun is an option as its useless for hunting. If you are interested in guns, not hunting I suspect the hunters in your club can refuse you.My brother in law has spent years getting his license.
What are you going to rob a 'modest' bank? murder a 'modest' citizen?Why on earth would you think you need a pistol in Poland? There is no chance you would ever need it.
But if she is in the wrong place at the wrong time? Yes, it happens one to million, but you never know.
^--------------------------------^ this ^ and C'mon Peter you 'rebeing exaggeratingly silly and obtuse with that part one statement. I am an avid hunter with gun and bow.
I do like hunting, mostly large game that isn't simply 3 bites worth. I do not know what Poland's crime rate is in a realistic term other than much lower at present. I do not know what it will be in 5 years or so. Since there is not a rampant drug problem or cartel/gangs at present, I may very well not wish to have a handgun once I am there and settle.Specially since he really wants to live in the country.
Realistically, the only people I'd need a handgun against are those who would use their own, likely illegal handgun to accost me in some way with. any other weapon it would take a big man with equal skills to take me down.
But I also have personal reasons to prefer to have a legal personal sidearm. I know people can be evil and sometimes unexpectedly so. Ever been dead? I have. Unfortune for my Ex and his (stil standing) life insurance policy- I was revived after he drown me. One of many reasons I have church permission to remarry as I please.