Any ideas how to?
Field strip and pack separately?
Curiosity killing me if possible with so many now have polymer frames....
Ship what? Drill bits?
Otherwise >>27576660 is your only option and it probably still won't work especially since I bet what you want falls under assault weapon rules and the Clinton EOs are still in effect as far as I know. Any other way and I'm pretty sure it's not gonna happen unless you know someone with a private plane.
Been thinking of buying a boat for fun. Just to float around the coast, and go near shore sometimes from Canada to the US. If I'm Canuck, what are the laws like if I want to have a picnic on a US shore somewhere quiet?
You mean illegal smuggling of weapons?
You'd have to use stealth methods. Disassemble gun, send parts in multiple packages hidden in ordinary objects like DVD players, TV's etc. Try making weapon parts imitate ordinary object's parts, so it won't get noticed in X-ray scanning.
It's hard to do and can get you in prison for quite a long time, but it has been successfully done and always will be.
You could hide a bunch of weapon parts inside an automobile.
>fill engine block with small parts
>cut holes in frame, put guns inside, weld back up
>stuff guns inside of seats
>you get the idea
Importing vehicles is tricky and expensive but you could get a lot of weapons over in one run as long as customs doesn't disassemble your car to the frame.
The best investment to risk ratio Canadian-US investment would be to order unregulated Canadian SVT40's, Norinco M14's and Norinco Type 97's. The first two would sell for a fine price in the US in the order of 800-1200 dollars and the latter who even knows?
Ask stupid questions and get real answers canuckbro. If you want a nice little nest egg to start your life inside of the US there is no finer way.
Valuable and rare SVT40's are already here inside of the united states and most of them were brought in before import marking laws.
I know of a Canadian that did this same thing and made a nice 50000 dollar profit to start his new life inside of the US with.
He is now very successful and owns a firearm and accessory startup company.