Give me a head's up before you show up. I'm just outside of Winnipeg, and if there is any question, I can "lend" you some of mineDo Canadian citizens have to show I.D. when buying ammo? That's a situation that never even occurred to me. I've travelled to Canada to hunt before by motor vehicle. The maximum # of hunting rounds I can bring w/ me into Canada is 200. Next time I'm flying in, and I thought if I could get my run of the mill Remington Corelokts for my .308 at a store near Winnepeg, it would be one less thing I'd have to deal with when checking on the plane. Thanks again for all the responses.
HERE HERE!Mike...our great country is what keeps all of us (mostly) law abiding citizens sane. It's gorgeous, it's friendly, it's sparse and thick in population, it's huge, it's got mountains, forests, plains, lakes, ice, and a larger cultural melting pot than any of us could even begin to imagine.
For anyone who has never visited Canada, it would be a shame to let ANYTHING stop them, be it law or even simple conjecture.
Besides, from what I hear...it seems we still have it alot better than California?