Exactly who is allowed to own a semiauto military rifle in Canada? I am suprised they are not frowned upon to the same extent as any handgun is. At least that is about the way it is in much of the English speaking world. OK, so they have French language too. Well I bet there is opposition to it up there, if there is here. But grab em while you can. That is a practically give away price. At that price in the US, a seller could empty a rackfull in one day, easily.
Well, anyone with a PAL, Possession and Aquisition licence can buy them. Got a CZ858 in the mail from my dealer in January. Here's a picture of my last purchase from a dealer in Saskatchewan which arrived at my door in Ontario, via Canada Post, Wednesday (don't need to go dealer to dealer here). The SKS is a 1952 Tula with matching serial numbers, the bolt was polished last night and came out like chrome. The SVT-40 is a 1941 from the Kovrov arsenal which only made the SVT for about 11 months to a year, makes it somewhat rare, all correct parts, and the M1891/30 is an old workhorse that I just had to have, probably with a very interesting history. The SKS was a "handpick". They sell them up here in two or three catagories. My dealer had two, standard and handpick. My '52 handpick cost me $249.00 shipping included. There are 10,000 Russian SKS's being shipped into Canada late last year and this. The feeding frenzy is on. I am onto another dealer who is getting in their shipment soon, to buy one or two more, but you have to be quick, the waiting list grows. I think that after Clinton, your laws are getting stiffer than ours, but we both have to be on our guard for Liberal governments stepping on our rights.