8 reasons why Canada isn’t such a bad place to own guns

2) No SBR (Short-Barreled Rifle) classifications

In the United States, any shoulder-fired, rifled firearm made from a rifle with a barrel length of less than 41 cm or an overall length of less than 66 cm is designated as a Short-Barreled Rifle (SBR)  and is regulated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) as a Title II weapon, also known as an “NFA Weapon”. These firearms require to be sold only through FFLs, must be registered with the BATFE, and an inconvenience fee of $200 (officially referred to as a Tax Stamp) must be paid to the federal agency before it can be taken into possession by a civilian.

Whereas, here in Canada, a firearm is either non-restricted, restricted, or prohibited. We can own SBRs with an RPAL, and don’t have to worry about….