Questions about Shipping a sub 12fpe AG to CanadaFebruary 6 2018 at 4:03 PM
|Gwat (Login gwat)|
I have a Drulov DU-10 carbine, that I may be selling to a yellow member in Canada. I am looking for someone that has experience shipping to Canada. What is the best way to ship and do I need to be aware of any special regulations. This is a sub 12fpe gun.
Thanks in advance.
Please feel free to e-mail me with responses.
Here's the law
|February 6 2018, 10:56 PM |
Re: Questions about Shipping a sub 12fpe AG to Canada
|February 7 2018, 12:52 AM |
I have purchased may air rifle from you fine folks down south and there really isn't that much of a hassle.
If you include this list filled out so that Canada Border Services has something to see, it should be good.
There are many of these guns in Canada. If it is over 500fps, get the buyer to send a copy of his firearms licence. You include the copy/scan in the shipping documents.
(b) type of firearm;
(c) model of the firearm;
(e) serial number details as shown;
(f) barrel length as measured;
(g) country of manufacture;
(h) type of action;
(i) overall length as measured;
(l) FPS (feet per second);
(n) non restricted;
(o) Buyers phone;
Send it "signature required"
Trigger lock of some type
Send it USPS
Because the gun has been around for a while, it will be in the Canadian FRT data base. FRT is Firearms Reference Table.
It is a table that the RCMP cross reference every gun with that comes into the country.
Thanks for the info Gentleman. NT
|February 7 2018, 12:57 PM |
Moderators can be an issue.
|February 8 2018, 11:08 AM |
Re: Moderators can be an issue.
|February 8 2018, 5:25 PM |
Thats correct, no LDc's, no shrouds with baffles.
Shrouds are permitted in Canada, but without baffles.
Canada to USofA Airrifle No Problem, No Duty or Tax
|February 9 2018, 7:25 PM |
Had Air Guns & Parts for FWB 127 (High Flb Spring,Parachute Piston Seal,DrySlide).....Franky