Good read Eaglelord,
As a 12.6 holder, I can use mine. I can take them to a CFO approved range and make brass all day, if I wish.
My daughter meets the regs and is eligible to receive my prohibs upon my death. The Executor gives permission and the CFO will issue her the appropriate 12.x code.
Prohibited firearms can be transferred to an individual who has a Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL) which includes the appropriate prohibited licence privilege.
If the deceased individual had prohibited privileges on his or her licence, prohibited firearms in the estate can be transferred to certain family members even if they do not have grandfathered privileges, providing:
the prohibited firearm is a grandfathered handgun described in subsection 12(6.1) of the Firearms Act, with a barrel equal to or less than 105 mm in length or designed or adapted to discharge .25 or .32 caliber cartridges; and
the prohibited handgun was manufactured before 1946;
the individual is the spouse, common-law partner, brother, sister, child or grandchild of the deceased registered owner;
the handgun is used for a permitted purpose such as target shooting or as part of a collection.