Importing MLs

Discussion in 'Canada' started by yonderin, Aug 15, 2019.

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  1. Aug 15, 2019 #1

    yonderin

    yonderin

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    There's usually something intriguing for sale on here but haven't followed up on them simply because I don't know how much hassle to getting guns shipped to Canada by myself. I checked on getting a broker to do it, does seem pretty straight forward that way on my end.

    I know that ITAR can be a difficulty and that MLs don't appear to fall under that.

    Anybody purchased one privately and dealt with shipping themselves from the U.S. themselves? Checking on various forums, even when somebody reports a simple and easy transaction, somebody else chimes in with a horror story or "You were lucky get it done because.....".
     
  2. Aug 16, 2019 #2

    old ugly

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    A flintlock may be as simple as the seller sending it USPS. If it comes in the mail you wont be charged for brokerage.
    A percussion may be different.
    A pistol, I wouldn't try that. Its restricted
     
  3. Aug 16, 2019 #3

    hawkeye2

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    I sold an H&R underhammer, percussion and not a replica firearm, to one of our members in Canada with absolutly no problems at all. It was no more work (well a few minutes) than shipping it to someone here in Virginia would have been. USPS and bought the postage online. He did have to pay import duties to customs on his end.
     
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