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I am planning on going to Sask. at the end of october and got a quick question regarding ammo. I know they say you can bring in a case of shotgun shells with no charge. I heard its an arm and leg up there for shells and was wondering if possible that I can bring in extra ammo. A friend and I were going to split another case. So I would be having a case and a half. Can I do this and if so is there a charge per box of shells?

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Do yourself a favor and go read the Canadian border regs.

You can bring 200 shells per person. Over that amount, you MAY pay duty. Last week, I declared 325 rounds and didn't pay duty. On a previous trip, I paid duty on the add'l ammo...I think it was less than $10. You will pay $25 for up to 3 guns as well. Fill out the forms in advance to save time at the border.

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Wood dog---Thanks for the reply. Yeah I been looking at the regs, must of missed that info. We got all the gun registrations filled. I've been to canada a few times and never ran into much trouble. Just bringng in more ammo because we are going up for a longer time. Also how did you do up there? If you dont mind what area did you hunt as well. Well thanks for the info

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