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simonov
08-09-2007, 7:54 AM
Check out the handgun law in Canada

http://www.thestar.com/article/243151

There are three legal classes of firearms in Canada. Here are the general rules:

Prohibited: Handguns with a barrel length of 105 millimetres (4.2 inches) or less, or that discharge .25 or .32 calibre ammunition; rifles or shotguns that have been altered so their barrel length is less than 457 mm (18.3 inches) or their overall length is less than 660 mm (26.4 inches); automatic weapons and short semi-automatics.

Restricted: Handguns with barrel lengths longer and calibres larger than prohibited ones; and some semi-automatics.

Non-restricted: Ordinary hunting and sporting rifles, shotguns and airguns.

dfletcher
08-09-2007, 12:17 PM
Sounds simpler than CA, although I'd guess some of the details of prohibited semi rifles could be complicated.

CalNRA
08-09-2007, 12:25 PM
the kicker is that most of the Para Ordanance pistols are not legal there. go figure.

mike100
08-09-2007, 12:51 PM
You can have a 14" shotgun in Canada though. They have 5 round restrictions vs. 10 rd for rifles. It is almost debateable if ca is worse than CA.