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Do you need a permit to take a muzzleloader into Canada?

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If the muzzleloader is an antique, then it is considered a non-restricted firearm under Canadian law and does not require a license or registration. Reproductions of percussion cap muzzleloading firearms, however, are considered firearms and not antiques, according to the Canada Border Services Agency, and a permit is therefore required.

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Non-residents who bring a reproduction firearm such as a muzzleloader into Canada must complete the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration form and pay the required fee. This declaration must be made in writing at the point of entry into Canada. After the declaration is confirmed by a customs officer, it serves as a license for the owner and is valid for 60 days, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

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