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    Re: Question for any CT employee

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    Still no answer, eh clitbrain?
    Answer to which question... If you clarify I will answer

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    Re: Question for any CT employee

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    I understand the policy of recording the information when people buy ammo from CT. But why is it recorded and left in a folder where the ammo is stored? Any gang banger can get a job at CT and have a great shopping list of who owns guns and where they live. Or for that matter just break into the cabinet and steal the book. Why can't they do what gunshops do, and just keep the address info secure in a computer so the staff just has to verify by ID that the person has purchased ammo in the past?
    i work there and have for 3 years, since i was 14, and they just this year when i turned 18 they told me that i was illeagly selling ammo because apparently you have to be 18 to sell although they knew this years ago they didnt tell me because if they had i could have refused to sell it and then they would have to hire a new person. THEY JUST DONT GIVE A SHIT MAN
    inform a worker there they will say oh ok ill get right on that, i do it all the time thats what they tell you to do but does anything happen NO
    even when i tell a manager or even the owner he says oh ill look into it.. nothing happens
    we keep ours right out in the open on a clip board above the computer where anyone can see and look at it as they please.

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    Re: Question for any CT employee

    As far as the ammo queston goes, at our store, the information is kept in a book that is stored under the customer service desk away from anyone's attention. In that book, the only information retained is that which is required by Ontario Law. There is request for a drivers' licence or any other identification, save the PAL. You must be eighteen, (18) years of age to handle and/or sell ammuntion. If the cashier on duty is less than the required legal age, another cashier meeting the legal requirements takes over. The keys to the ammo lockup are retained by a manager or department staff that are of legal age. I only speak for our store of course.

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