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None of our guns get modified in any way, nor do they get an import stamp. I bought a 91/30 recently, unissued, $150.00. Not a refurb, either, it has the hammer and sickle on the stock. I got a Ukraine refurb for the same price.
 

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Well, the deal on guns might be good - for those who can get them. Either way, you'd end up paying more in taxes in the long run and if you ever got hurt you'd end up waiting for months before you could get that life saving operation (assuming the gov't agreed you were worth the operation), so at the end of the day I think you're still better off living the the States even with the higher prices on SVT-40s and TT-33s. :)

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Sen. Dianne Frankenstein would have a heart attack if she visited the Marstar.ca website. They continue to sell a deluge of semi-automatic assault rifles and machinegun clones. Listening to our mass media, you'd get the idea that Canada outlawed these guns a long time ago. Not true at all.

Those left wing hypocrites who call themselves, the mayor of Toronto rolled out their red carpets for arms merchants like Para-Ordnance. They re-opened that Inglis plant, which made Browning High-Power pistols for the allies, during the Nazi occupation of the FN factories in Belgium. We get truck loads of high capacity handguns, from Toronto, whose corrupt fascist rulers want to blame the ugly Amerikan gun nuts for their own gang and gun crime problems.

Gun control, begins at home! It's easy to tell this damned Toronto mayor to close his own gun factories and stop exporting his guns across the border - or drop dead and go to Hell. And I did just that a couple of years ago, after listening to a self-righteous morom mouth off on the TV...
 

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"Sen. Dianne Frankenstein would have a heart attack if she visited the Marstar.ca website. "
.................................got her email........ addy?
 

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Actually Para-Ordnance is moving to the USA and the Mayor of Toronto wants a complete ban on Handguns in Canada.
I'll bet. Doesn't he remind you of some of the big city American mayors on the East coast? In the 90's they were filing civil lawsuits against the merchants of death. How ironic, that they had opened their doors to companies like Remington, to provide jobs for their slaves. The mayor of Miami was one of the first idiots to scream "gun control" only hours after the Columbine High School massacre. He learned the hard way, that Navi-gar made every one of those Tech 9's in his own backyard.

At least the Marxist anti-gun rulers of San Francusco ran all of those arms merchants and gun stores out of their crime infested city; when they decided to ban handguns in 2006. Butterfield's Auction House left town too and took all of their antique gun business with them. The courts overturned Proposition H; but you still must leave their socialist paradise to purchase firearms and ammunition in suburbia...
 

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Actually Para-Ordnance is moving to the USA and the Mayor of Toronto wants a complete ban on Handguns in Canada.
Hell, even if the mayor didn't want them out they would probably have moved sooner or later. Who really wants to live in Scarborough? ;)
 

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Well, the deal on guns might be good - for those who can get them. Either way, you'd end up paying more in taxes in the long run and if you ever got hurt you'd end up waiting for months before you could get that life saving operation (assuming the gov't agreed you were worth the operation), so at the end of the day I think you're still better off living the the States even with the higher prices on SVT-40s and TT-33s. :)

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Yeah, I agree-Canada sounds nice-right until you talk a Canadian. And if you think we have a problem with a mono-lingual culture (read illegal Mexicans) imbedded in the USA, try asking for directions in English when you are in Montreal.
 

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The reason these things are cheaper is because they are restricted weapons that hardly anyone can own. My wife is from there and we visited over Christmas. My bro-in-law was stunned at the number of handguns I own. He couldn't believe how good we have it here in the States. While we were there, my bro-in-law took me to the town gun shop (just one) and they had a VZ58 (they call it a C Zed 858) with an 18" barrel (under 18" is restricted) and the original CZ receiver and gray finish. The price was $650 Can or about $530 US. BUT after taxes and crap added another $150! And we complain about ammo prices here. A box of 20 Remchesterby hunting rds are $60-75 Can and PMC .223 was $16 Can a box
 

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I wonder of Canada requires a national "ID" card(or passport) to come into their country? Here in the states, we are now required to have "papers" if you want to come back....kind of a passive way of restricting travel don't you think?
Yes and No.

I am up there every weekend in the to hang out on the beach. They do prefer that you have a passport, but it is not needed. You will however need it to come back. So all things said and done no you don't need one, but yes you kinda do need one.
 
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