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#14045202 - 08/12/19 Ammo into Canada  
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Hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I know I can take 200 rounds of ammo into Canada for bird hunting. How is duty figured if I want to take more and pay the duty on it? I've looked at various sites but can't find how it's determined.

Thanks for any help.

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#14046220 - 08/12/19 Re: Ammo into Canada [Re: willhunt4]  
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I've been asked what I paid for the ammo and then it was converted into Canadian dollars and then duty was charged on it. The duty charge typically ran 10% but sometimes ranged between 8% and 15% for me and my buddies over the years. I don't know if duty is a set amount or varied according to the exchange rate but using 10% will keep you in the ballpark.

#14046314 - 08/12/19 Re: Ammo into Canada [Re: willhunt4]  
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Thanks for the answer. Sounds like about what I pay in sales tax. I think it will be worth paying it to not have to go looking for ammo.


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