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John Smith
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
A slingshot
2. A cannon
3. An Airsoft (plastic pellet firing) gun
4. A paintball marker

Air rifles up to a certain power are defined as firearms in Canada. Cannons and mortars...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
When the trigger of a semi-automatic firearm is pulled, it will fire once until pulled again.

Semi-automatic means that every time the trigger is pulled, it will fire once until pulled...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
True

Individuals may keep any replicas that they owned on December 1, 1998. A licence is not required to possess a replica firearm, and it does not have to be registered. However,...Read More

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ClaireMarvin
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
Always keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction.

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Silveragent
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
True

Restricted firearms owners must receive an Authorization to Transport from the Canadian Firearms Program in order to transport their firearms to and from any location. They may receive...Read More

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Silveragent
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
Unloaded, ammunition stored separately
Secured with a device that prevents the firearm from being fired
Locked in a cabinet, container or room that cannot be easily broken...Read More

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Silveragent
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
False

Air guns with both a high muzzle velocity (greater than 152.4 metres or 500 feet per second) and a high muzzle energy (greater than 5.7 joules or 4.2 foot-pounds) as defined by the...Read More

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Silveragent
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
False

Individuals may apply for what is called an Authorization to Carry (ATC) which may be granted in cases where the individual has an expectation of a direct threat to their life or...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
Canadian Firearms Program

The Canadian Firearms Program is administered by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police / Gendarmes Royal Canada (RCMP / GRC) with the responsibility to license...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
Those who owned prohibited firearms before the 1976 law can trade with others who have prohibited licenses.
2. Some individuals who work in the arms industry, gun store operators or film or TV...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
The firearm is unloaded, locked with a device to prevent firing and locked inside an opaque container that cannot easily be broken into.

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
Current photo with signature of reference
Submission fee
Names and contact information of two references
Name and contact information of a spouse or individual with whom the applicant...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
The seller calls the Canadian Firearms Program (CFP), after after identifying themselves with their PAL and personal information, and initiates the transfer by identifying the firearm s make,...Read More

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Silveragent
Answered: Feb 20, 2020
The firearm may be transported anywhere and in use where hunting or target practice is allowed by local regulations.

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