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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer sixty9santa's Avatar
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    American Gun Craft - Importable?

    Any chance you guys could bring in these little wrist breakers?

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    No, unfortunately they are considered combat shotguns under the USML and are only exportable for Military and LE contracts.


    Quote Originally Posted by sixty9santa View Post
    Any chance you guys could bring in these little wrist breakers?



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    Quote Originally Posted by IRUNGUNS View Post
    No, unfortunately they are considered combat shotguns under the USML and are only exportable for Military and LE contracts.
    So, even the older M37/M87 Stakeout shotguns are now unable to be imported from the US?

    And if the answer is the one we fear, when exactly did this change?
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    The ITAR has always had provisions for everything. The DDTC or the Dept of Defense Trade Controls is the governing body that enforces the rules and regulations for all USML items. What might have been the case years ago is no longer an option.

    Every time there is a horrific event or defense products show up in a country where they are not suppose to those regulations get tighter and more complicated. Recently we have seen huge changes in export reform and I am sure there are more coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutus View Post
    So, even the older M37/M87 Stakeout shotguns are now unable to be imported from the US?

    And if the answer is the one we fear, when exactly did this change?


    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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