You can make a hunter travel to Canada – especially Northern Canada for the hunting vacation of your dreams. You can make a simple tourist op’n holiday “up There” to the North to visit Canada. You may have heard of Canada’s gun laws and not now or be confused of the rules relating to the bringing in firearms in Canada as a U.s. visit to Canada.

in the First place – if you are unsure of the rules ask. Simple as that. In this day and age it is more than to simple to find out and ask what the rules are in terms of the establishment ofâ gun in Canada – even if it’s just vir’n vacation or hunting trip. You can visit websites – Canada and USA Customs, you can write or e-mail. You can always phone Canada – it is Canada’s capital Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal of Vancouver.

In dealing with legalities and customs people it is always best to be on the safe side.

of course that if possible printed documentation is always the best.

the First time as a basis, Canadian’s are not anywhere near as open with respect to guns and firearms as Americans both in terms of their culture and the law – both the common law and the laws relating to customs. As always ignorance of the law is no excuse. Still if you follow the law, and remain with you will have no problems. Your hunting trip at that pristine lodge in Northern Canada will remain the trip of your dreams and memories. Hopefully you will repeat your trip and return again and again.

Canada has a new firearms laws over the past number of years. It is intended to make Canada safer for both residents and visitors. No matter what you have to declare all firearms and weapons at Canada Customs when you enter Canada on your way. To not declare the firearms, is considered as a serious matter then the firearms can indeed be seized and the holder may even face criminal charges. Along with your declaration of ownership of the firearms you may need the documents and documentation to prove that you are entitled to possession ofâ firearm in Canada. In addition, you will have to show that you can transport the weapons or firearms safely. Check the category and the classification of your firearms. It is not always the same as at home. Some will fall into permissible categories, some not. Remember that it is the rule of the country of the law that matters – in this case you are in Canada, and not the good old United states of America

Visitors to Canada can import non – restricted firearms for legitimate purposes such as sporting or hunting use during the hunting season , for use in competitions, in transit movements ( for example moving in a most possible direct transport route from point A to point B), and for personal protection against wildlife in remote areas of Canada. In all the cases above the firearms must be declared in writing. In the case of personal protection against wild animals, the Canada Customs officer must be satisfied that the omstandighede’n warrant the firearm being imported.

Lastly in terms of ammunition, both Canadians and non-residents may import sporting and competitive ammunition for their personal use. But if they want to import hollow-point ammunition labelled for use in handguns, then they will need to have written authorization form Natural Resources Canada.

You can make enjoyable and trouble free hunting trip with your favorite firearms. It’s a case of knowing the rules, following the rules established by the Canadian Customs rules. If in doubt – ask to make sure. You can never be too safe op’n hunting trip or is it against wildlife or the importation of your firearms into Canada.

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