I Have a Beretta ASE Trap, looking for a competent gunsmith in Canada who does great work (wanting an adjustable comb cut),...what are your recommendations.
Where in canada are you located?Their website shows no gunsmithing services, looking for a very reputable gunsmith, ...I'll call tho tomorrow .
A US Border guard at Sweetgrass, MT told me ANY part or accessory that attaches to a gun (scope, rings, sights, barrell, trigger assembly, etc.) requires an export permit. I did not ask him about stocks/forends, etc. Just not worth the hassle to get any work done down there unless I was spending the winter in AZ and had the gun with me.Joe P
I would have to declare that I'm bringing a 'gun part' into the US at customs,...I thought there was a permit required ? ....if no permit required, and to make it easy for myself, I could mail it into the US then ???