There's really no easy way... Both countries make things difficult in this aspect.Blue Frost wrote: ↑Sat Apr 20, 2019 3:16 amThat would be even more costly, I'm in Kentucky, I would have to fly, then bring somehow have the gun mailed to a dealer for transfer anyhow unless I become a dealer which cost a lot, and gives government reason to come into my home, and go through everything.
A good example of this, is that I live five minutes from the border. Deals are to be had if I cross, even if it's for ammo. While I am fully vetted by my Government to own guns & ammo via background checks, mandatory gun education class, etc., this means nothing in the US.
I could be in big trouble if I was found to be in possession of even ammo in the US. I can import ammo from Canadian perspective, but I'm fucked if caught with it in the US before I make it back to border!
Even some non-essential gun parts I cannot posses there, and I too have no choice but to pay hugely jacked up shipping costs only through 'approved' sellers...