Transport

Travel Tip: Don’t Bring Spent Brass in Your Carry-On, Like I Did

2 Feb 2017

Heading home from this week’s gun-industry trade show in Calgary, I was at the airport waiting for my luggage to come through the X-ray when the image of a relatively large brass cartridge case in my carry-on luggage caught the eye of the screening agent.

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RCMP Used to Issue 140,000 ATTs Per Year

8 Jul 2016

The RCMP used to issue about 140,000 Authorizations To Transport (ATT) firearms each year to civilians who asked for permission to take their guns from the store to home, or from home to the target range, the gunsmith or the airport. Most of them were for target practice and sports shooting, the RCMP said in a notice in…

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Anger, Confusion Mount Over New ATTs as RCMP Contradicts Government

3 Sep 2015

Anger and confusion are mounting among gun owners after the RCMP contradicted the government over a new law designed to simplify the transportation of firearms.

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RCMP Clarifies New ATT Rules

2 Sep 2015

If you have an Authorization to Transport a firearm, you don’t need to do anything to benefit from the simplified transportation rules that took effect today.

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Dear RCMP ATT Group: Thank you, and Goodbye

1 Aug 2015

The whole idea of applying to the police for an Authorization to Transport (ATT) a firearm is absurd, confusing and wasteful to me, and to every gun enthusiast I’ve spoken with. When the subject comes up at the shooting range or the dinner table, we shake our heads and roll our eyes at the misguidedness…

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ATTs Will Be Part of Gun Licenses on Sept. 2, Government Says

1 Aug 2015

The Canadian government said it will cut some of the red tape to transport firearms next month, following the passage of Bill C-42 last June.

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