Originally Posted by The Rog Man
Did they require the legal land description of your gun club?
I think i have it somewhere for the CHAS club?
But as a CHAS member i can shoot at Phoenix aswell although i have no documentation saying so. It is my understanding with the new ATT's they want to know exactly where you will be shooting?
GAWD I hope you don't have to put down specific times for shooting?
right now my ATT is good for 24/7 365 days a year .
No they didn't ask for the legal description of the land where the club's range is located but they did want the legal description of my home location and it appears on my ATT.
My ATT was issued Jan 13, 2010 and expires Apr 7, 2011 concurrent with my PAL. I believe the lady at the CFO office told me that, when I apply for renewal of both the PAL and the ATT in 2011, they will issue both with the same expiry date - ie. the ATT will be good for 5 years, the same as the PAL.
My ATT covers "transport to all approved ranges, licensed gunsmiths and border crossings in Alberta" . Frquency of transport is "daily" . No times are specified.