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    CGN Regular tattoiee's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zahal.org View Post
    Absolutely. From what we understand, possession of a PAL allows the purchase of body-armor in Canada.
    Not if you have a PAL in BC.
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    I have no life Outcast's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmck233 View Post
    I am fairly certain it depends on what province you live in. In British Columbia it is illegal for civilians to own body armour.
    No....in BC if you hold a pal you can possess armour

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    In most cases, you must apply to the Registrar of Security Services for permission to possess body armour. You will be asked to demonstrate your need for the armour and you will be required to undergo criminal record, police information, and correctional service information checks.

    There are, however, circumstances when you may possess body armour without a permit.

    Legal Possession without a Permit

    You can possess body armour without a permit while performing your job if you are a:

    Private investigator, armoured car guard, security consultant; security guard, or body armour salesperson with a valid B.C. security worker licence
    Peace officer, sheriff, correctional officer or conservation officer
    Government employee and wearing armour is required or allowed in your job
    Security guard registered as a gaming worker under the Gaming Control Act
    You may also possess body armour without a permit if you hold a valid firearms licence issued under the Firearms Act (Canada).

    http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/em...ng-body-armour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outcast View Post

    Private investigator, armoured car guard, security consultant; security guard, or body armour salesperson with a valid B.C. security worker licence
    Peace officer, sheriff, correctional officer or conservation officer
    Government employee and wearing armour is required or allowed in your job
    Security guard registered as a gaming worker under the Gaming Control Act
    You may also possess body armour without a permit if you hold a valid firearms licence issued under the Firearms Act (Canada).

    http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/em...ng-body-armour
    That's the kicker

    I'm taking some time away from firearms to pursue a different kind of contract. There is more to life than guns and gear.

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    So in ontario do you need a pal? I have one just curious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerbench View Post
    So in ontario do you need a pal? I have one just curious...
    No you do not need a pal in Ontario to purchase. However, I am also very curious of if any potential issue at customs and quality/warranty...

    Anyone in Canada can vouch on quality and any custom issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDSL View Post
    No you do not need a pal in Ontario to purchase. However, I am also very curious of if any potential issue at customs and quality/warranty...

    Anyone in Canada can vouch on quality and any custom issues?
    Just placed an order for two. If you don't see any follow up posts from me whining about problems, assume everything is good;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmck233 View Post
    I am fairly certain it depends on what province you live in. In British Columbia it is illegal for civilians to own body armour.
    You are wrong. PAL is required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TV-PressPass View Post
    That's the kicker
    Ahh, I should have read your post before I posted mine. Much better with the link and quote.
    Thanks for that.

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    I really want one of those IDF vests Maybe one of these coming months I'll pull the trigger

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