Each year, hundreds of American citizens are arrested at border crossings with Mexico and Canada. Their crime? Crossing into Mexican or Canadian territory in possession of a firearm or ammunition that’s not registered according to those countries’ laws.
Many hunters view Canada's vast landscape as something of a paradise. But you can't hunt the Great White North without a firearm or two in tow. Crossing the border with your favorite rifle or shotgun is very doable, but it's going to take a little paperwork. Here's what you need to do.
Rejoice! The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced today that it is returning to its previous system of facilitating the international transport of personal firearms and ammunition.