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  • Bringing firearm in to Canada (niagara falls)

    I'm a federal leo (covered under leosa) and am planning a roadtrip that includes a couple days in Niagara falls, ON this summer. I know there's forms online that I can fill out, but has anyone done this before? I heard US CBP holding peoples firearms for them rather than letting them in to Canada with them (which sounds weird anyway). Anyone familiar with this? Thanks.
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    Canada doesn’t allow firearms unless it’s an on duty need. Talk to CBP. They can hold your gat while you are across. lEOSA doesn’t fly in other countries.
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    • #3
      I believe you can bring firearms in to Canada, but can't carry them. I only brought up LEOSA because I know NY state may have some strict laws. I'll look in to having CBP hold on to it, is there a specific procedure for doing this or do I just show up at the port and ask? Thanks.
      Those who have struggled with failure more appreciate success; than those who succeed but never themselves test.

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      • #4
        Hunting, etc, sure. Call the crossing you are going through, I may be in error, but they WILL jamb you up if you violate their rules.

        It will help asking since you are a Fed, use your contacts.
        Now go home and get your shine box!

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        • #5
          I have heard from a Canadian border officer that you can declare the gun at the border and they will hold it until you return to the same crossing. I have never tried to do this and encourage research before anybody tried. The border officer told me that the crime was not declaring. I had told him I was a cop and had not brought a gun because I knew I would go to Canada. We were discussing guns in Canada.

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          • #6
            Before crossing into Canada at Sault Ste. Marie, MI, I was able to secure my firearm at a Michigan State Police barracks located near the border. I knew others that did it before, so I didn't make any pre-arrangements; just showed up during normal business hours. Went smooth as silk.

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            • #7
              I would rather see if NYSP or a PD can hold it.

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