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Thread: Importation of 3rd Party Parts and Accessories through IRUNGUNS

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    CGN Regular BadRonin's Avatar
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    Hey IRG,

    Is there a complete list of import approved ammo/brands etc that you can point me too?

    What is the maximum amount of approved ammo available to be imported per person?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadRonin View Post
    Hey IRG,

    Is there a complete list of import approved ammo/brands etc that you can point me too?

    What is the maximum amount of approved ammo available to be imported per person?
    There is no limit to the quantity of ammo we can import for you. The approved ammo list is on NRCAN's website.

    Here is the link... http://www2.nrcan-rncan.gc.ca/mms/la...=p.sr&lang=eng

    Let us know if we can help you out.


    Flat rate shipping to Canada is 25.00USD on all accessory and ammunition orders regardless of quantities ordered. Firearms are exported to Canada at a flat rate of 25.00USD per firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinman304 View Post
    Are you able to bring in a keltec RDB?
    Doesn't have an FRT# yet

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    Hello IRGs
    Quick question: If I have received an email from you asking me to pay the GST and final mailing cost (not the 200+25import fee), does this mean my product that I imported is actually in Canada now. Or do you ask customers to pay this in advance of bringing it in to Canada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldporters View Post
    Hello IRGs
    Quick question: If I have received an email from you asking me to pay the GST and final mailing cost (not the 200+25import fee), does this mean my product that I imported is actually in Canada now. Or do you ask customers to pay this in advance of bringing it in to Canada?
    Unfortunately the system can be miss leading since we have set up an automated API with Canada Post. When you go in and pay the shipping and taxes it will give you an approx. delivery date which is correct should you have bought on the Canadian website. If you purchased off www.irunguns.com your status will or should update to taxes paid awaiting export. We ask that you pay the shipping and taxes prior to export because when the truck is unloaded it is sorted by paid and unpaid so we can expedite the customers who have paid there shipping and taxes.We are currently working on a new platform for our US E Commerce site that will be alot more informative and user friendly to the Canadian market. Stay tuned, we are constantly working on streamlining the process.


    Flat rate shipping to Canada is 25.00USD on all accessory and ammunition orders regardless of quantities ordered. Firearms are exported to Canada at a flat rate of 25.00USD per firearm.

    The IRUNGUNS Team

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    www.irunguns.com
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    CGN Regular josh1976's Avatar
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    I've messaged you about an importation of parts. Its all new to me. My questions were probably the same old questions that you've heard a thousand times. Which I'm certain you get sick and tired of...and roll your eyes....thinking "read the damn website". I just found this sticky. It does a great job of explaining. Thank you.

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