The Milsurps on-line store is an extension of the Military Surplus Collectors Forums, which contain detailed reference research material and member informational exchange forums, covering various genres of old milsurp (military surplus) collectibles. It is NOT a commercial venture, as the items for sale within the Milsurps on-line store are generally from the personal and private collection of the owners of the web site. Over the next while, the owners will be reducing the size of their personal collection, most of which consists of premium high quality milsurp collectibles, so it may worth your while to check back frequently to see what new pieces from their collection have been listed for sale. Also, from time to time, there may be items listed for sale that belong to registered members of the site, or other third parties. If you wish to sell or buy items yourself privately through the web site's more casual WTS/WTB Forums, or Quartermaster Stores, then please read the Guns, Parts and Accessories Quick Shopper help and instructions post first .
Note: The Milsurps on-line store is still undergoing development, so there's currently not a lot of inventory listed for sale. As we complete site testing and now that as of April 5th, 2012 the Canadian long gun registry is officially canceled under Bill C-19, you will see a substantial increase in the number and quality of items being offered for sale. So, it will be worth your while to check back regularly, as well as register now if you haven't already, to be able to use the store for future purchases.
The key changes to Long-Gun Registry Act are as follows:
* Removal of the requirement to register non-restricted firearms
* Destruction of the existing non-restricted firearms registration records
* Allowing the transferor of a non-restricted firearm to obtain confirmation of a transferee’s firearms acquisition licence prior to the transfer being finalized.
Until further notice, due to a Court Order issued by the Quebec Superior Court, residents of Quebec are still required to register non-restricted firearms with the RCMP Canadian Firearms Program.
It is important to note that the new law does not change the requirement for all individuals to hold a licence in order to possess a firearm.
The licensing, safety training and safe storage requirements for anyone who uses or owns a firearm continue to be in force. The legislation also does not impact registration requirements for restricted or prohibited firearms.