Peace Bond Jihadi Kadir Abdul Legally Owned An AR-15 Style Assault Rifle

TORONTO — A Toronto man arrested in April due to concerns he might engage in terrorism was the registered owner of an AR-15 type assault rifle, according to details disclosed at an Ontario court hearing on Friday.

How Kadir Abdul was able to legally own a restricted weapon remains unclear. The RCMP and Toronto police declined to comment on the case. Police have not been able to locate his Windham Weaponry semi-automatic rifle.

Windham Weaponry MPC AR-15 Review (Note I am not certain this is the exact model referred to in the story as an SRC version also exists)

Oooh I want one now.

h/t JEH & JH

  • Jim Horne

    In the news report below watch the video titled, Ottawa re-examining anti-terrorism peace bonds 1:45

    How did a Toronto man, now under an ISIL-related terrorism peace bond, get an AR-15 type assault rifle?

    If offering a terror recruit counselling is the best that Canada’s Public Safety Minister, Ralph Goodale, can do to stop would-be terrorists, then just how safe are Canadians?

    Canadians need someone who is serious about protecting them from terrorists.

    Minister Goodale it’s time you stepped aside. Clearly, you’re not up to the job.

    • The LPC are in the thrall of Islamists so nothing will be done to offend them, and that means going extra easy on Muslim terrorists.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Hey RCMP, maybe you should check the basement of his mosk.

  • I have a Windham Weaponry SRC – these are the guys who used to make Bushmasters – they were bought out and the company moved to NY – after the 5 year noncompete period expired the CEO got the old gang back together and started Windham Weaponry. Quality firearms at a reasonable price.

  • simus1

    Garbage article – civilian ownership of assault rifles (selectable automatic fire = assault rifle) is essentially unlawful in Canada. Therefore AR-15 style rifles sold here are equivalent to any other semi auto hunting rifle.

    • canminuteman

      That’s not accurate. Some semi autos are no different than bolt gunsand don’t have to be registered. Some, like the AR15 that are black. plastic and inherently evil have to be registered like handguns. A Springfield Armories national match M1a does not have to be registered, an AR15 does. It makes sense to liberals I suppose.

      • GrimmCreeper

        Which is why God created the Mini 14!

        • canminuteman

          I had one years ago. I liked it until one day I was shooting it and the bolt head broke off the rest of the bolt. Ruger would’t sell me a new bolt. They wanted me to ship it to them for repair. I sold it as is. I want an M1a, but they are damn expensive. I hate myself for even considering it but some of the Chinese knock offs are supposed to be pretty good, and for 1/3 to 1/4 the price… for the number of rounds I am ever likely to put through it…

          • GrimmCreeper

            Their customer service isn’t too bad. They may have replaced the bolt with a new one. My friend had some problems with his GP100 and they fixed everything at no cost to him including shipping. Had similar parts experiences with S&W and Taurus. I was quite surprised at how well each service went. Both were pretty good on turn around times and fixing the problems. Like any other product you have to be lucky.

          • Slickfoot

            Mini 14s are light weight junk, they utilize the M1 carbine gas system which is not suited for high pressure rifle cartridges… The Chinese have abysmal quality control, so it’s a crapshoot, some of the receivers are much too soft, save your rubles and buy American… You’ll be glad you did.

      • Editor

        “. . . that are black. plastic and inherently evil . . .”
        Liberal logic right there. Facts don’t enter into it.

    • canminuteman

      The word “assault rifle” was coined by Adolph Hitler himself, that’s how evil they are!!

      (I’m not kidding, it really was)

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    These are much more fun and cheaper to shoot….