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    Update from CSAAA just in...

    Bill C-21 Business Update
    Our entire industry has a large number of concerns and questions about this very vague Bill C-21 and the regulations announced on Monday.
    CSAAA is determined to get answers for its members as soon as possible, so we can offer guidance and form a strong plan moving forward.
    CSAAA had a meeting with Public Safety and CFP this morning.
    Here is what we can offer so far:
    • At this moment, CBSA has not been instructed to halt or delay imports while this law is being debated by Parliament.
    • There are currently no regulations or clarification other than the Minister’s Mandate Letter and what is currently available publicly.
    (Click here for more information). We have contacted the Library of Parliament to obtain these regulations as soon as possible.
    • Transfers that have already been initiated once this “freeze” comes into force, will still be processed as usual. Transfers already initiated will not be denied due to the “freeze”.
    We asked: if a firearm has been purchased, but the transfer is not yet initiated will it still be eligible for transfer if/when these regulations come into force?
    CFP was unable to answer this question and will get back to us with answers as soon as they can.
    • We informed CFP that our businesses are dealing with extreme issues with the Business Web Portal and call-in center. This has been noted and the technical team will work to make these services more reliable.
    • The regulatory framework of Bill C-21 deems air guns that replicate or resemble a firearm by near precision will be prohibited.
    This is very vague, so we asked what exactly they meant by “likeness” or “replica”. These standards are currently set by CBSA when the firearm is imported.
    • Details and clarification were requested on the update for regulations on cartridge magazine capacity limits, and if non-detachable or rimfire magazines would be exempt.
    CFP and Public Safety were unable to offer any more information or clarity than what is currently posted.
    • Our industry must manufacture and order inventory well in advance. In the Minister’s announcement on Monday, it was verbally mentioned that a list of firearms will be added to the May 1st OIC. CSAAA requested a list of these firearms or at least an idea as to what type of firearms will be added so we can prepare our industry.
    CSAAA was informed that no information was available on this topic, other than that brief and vague announcement made on Monday. We were unable to get any hint as to what might be added to the OIC.
    • Clarity on “advancing secure storage” and “updating firearms markings” was requested.
    No information was available, as the regulations are not available at this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furet View Post
    Send your info to the info@nordic... email referencing your order #, that's what I was told to do.
    Thanks furet!

    Order submitted, email has been sent.
    Officially my first restricted purchase, so hopefully it goes without a hitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordic Marksman View Post
    Update from CSAAA just in...

    Bill C-21 Business Update
    Our entire industry has a large number of concerns and questions about this very vague Bill C-21 and the regulations announced on Monday.
    CSAAA is determined to get answers for its members as soon as possible, so we can offer guidance and form a strong plan moving forward.
    CSAAA had a meeting with Public Safety and CFP this morning.
    Here is what we can offer so far:
    • At this moment, CBSA has not been instructed to halt or delay imports while this law is being debated by Parliament.
    • There are currently no regulations or clarification other than the Minister’s Mandate Letter and what is currently available publicly.
    (Click here for more information). We have contacted the Library of Parliament to obtain these regulations as soon as possible.
    • Transfers that have already been initiated once this “freeze” comes into force, will still be processed as usual. Transfers already initiated will not be denied due to the “freeze”.
    We asked: if a firearm has been purchased, but the transfer is not yet initiated will it still be eligible for transfer if/when these regulations come into force?
    CFP was unable to answer this question and will get back to us with answers as soon as they can.
    • We informed CFP that our businesses are dealing with extreme issues with the Business Web Portal and call-in center. This has been noted and the technical team will work to make these services more reliable.
    • The regulatory framework of Bill C-21 deems air guns that replicate or resemble a firearm by near precision will be prohibited.
    This is very vague, so we asked what exactly they meant by “likeness” or “replica”. These standards are currently set by CBSA when the firearm is imported.
    • Details and clarification were requested on the update for regulations on cartridge magazine capacity limits, and if non-detachable or rimfire magazines would be exempt.
    CFP and Public Safety were unable to offer any more information or clarity than what is currently posted.
    • Our industry must manufacture and order inventory well in advance. In the Minister’s announcement on Monday, it was verbally mentioned that a list of firearms will be added to the May 1st OIC. CSAAA requested a list of these firearms or at least an idea as to what type of firearms will be added so we can prepare our industry.
    CSAAA was informed that no information was available on this topic, other than that brief and vague announcement made on Monday. We were unable to get any hint as to what might be added to the OIC.
    • Clarity on “advancing secure storage” and “updating firearms markings” was requested.
    No information was available, as the regulations are not available at this time.
    Thank you for posting this. Sounds like I can relax and that the stuff I ordered monday that is pending transfer approval will come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordic Marksman View Post
    Update from CSAAA just in...

    Bill C-21 Business Update
    Our entire industry has a large number of concerns and questions about this very vague Bill C-21 and the regulations announced on Monday.
    CSAAA is determined to get answers for its members as soon as possible, so we can offer guidance and form a strong plan moving forward.
    CSAAA had a meeting with Public Safety and CFP this morning.
    Here is what we can offer so far:
    • At this moment, CBSA has not been instructed to halt or delay imports while this law is being debated by Parliament.
    • There are currently no regulations or clarification other than the Minister’s Mandate Letter and what is currently available publicly.
    (Click here for more information). We have contacted the Library of Parliament to obtain these regulations as soon as possible.
    • Transfers that have already been initiated once this “freeze” comes into force, will still be processed as usual. Transfers already initiated will not be denied due to the “freeze”.
    We asked: if a firearm has been purchased, but the transfer is not yet initiated will it still be eligible for transfer if/when these regulations come into force?
    CFP was unable to answer this question and will get back to us with answers as soon as they can.
    • We informed CFP that our businesses are dealing with extreme issues with the Business Web Portal and call-in center. This has been noted and the technical team will work to make these services more reliable.
    • The regulatory framework of Bill C-21 deems air guns that replicate or resemble a firearm by near precision will be prohibited.
    This is very vague, so we asked what exactly they meant by “likeness” or “replica”. These standards are currently set by CBSA when the firearm is imported.
    • Details and clarification were requested on the update for regulations on cartridge magazine capacity limits, and if non-detachable or rimfire magazines would be exempt.
    CFP and Public Safety were unable to offer any more information or clarity than what is currently posted.
    • Our industry must manufacture and order inventory well in advance. In the Minister’s announcement on Monday, it was verbally mentioned that a list of firearms will be added to the May 1st OIC. CSAAA requested a list of these firearms or at least an idea as to what type of firearms will be added so we can prepare our industry.
    CSAAA was informed that no information was available on this topic, other than that brief and vague announcement made on Monday. We were unable to get any hint as to what might be added to the OIC.
    • Clarity on “advancing secure storage” and “updating firearms markings” was requested.
    No information was available, as the regulations are not available at this time.
    Advancing secure storage... But not central storage?
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    God I wish I’d seen that you had p320’s in stock sooner.
    Hopefully you’ll get more…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypox!a View Post
    Advancing secure storage... But not central storage?
    Advancing secure storage could mean at the "new, central" location.

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    Update just tweeted by CSAAA:

    Update from CSAAA

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    The Federal Government did not present their motion today.
    The next meeting is June 7th, We believe that is the next opportunity the government has to introduce the transfer freeze.

    Sell, sell, sell..
    1:39 PM · Jun 2, 2022·Twitter for iPhone
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    What am I thinking........? If I wanted you to know, I'd be talking!

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    Oh great now we have to wait anxiously for June 7.. what's next June 14? This is ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopShelf97 View Post
    Oh great now we have to wait anxiously for June 7.. what's next June 14? This is ridiculous.
    Just get your purchases in so the transfer starts and you can relax

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izuall View Post
    Just get your purchases in so the transfer starts and you can relax
    The stores are swamped. The ones I phoned said it will take them a week to initiate all the transfers. And this is if there is no problems on the web portal/business lines, which there certainly will be.

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