British Columbia Residents of Canada, without IIC

This page is being updated to reflect our new-and-improved process, as of March 2014.  Stay tuned.


Thanks for filling out our form, here’s the info we put together for you:

Sample International Import Certificate (“IIC”)


You don’t have your IIC yet.  No worries.

It’s free, easy to get, and can be done online.

Whenever you’re ready to proceed, just head over to this page to get instructions.

[A note about the IIC: the International Import Certificate is not currently legally required for import into Canada, but rather it’s a requirement of the U.S. government to see such an Import authorization before approving an export license.]




Special Info for British Columbia Residents

You’re in Canada. And we love exporting to Canada.

As our #1 export destination, we’re very familiar with the procedures.

We really love exporting to British Columbia.

Because of our close proximity to B.C. (located in Washington State), we offer a Border Delivery Service to the Aldergrove / Lynden border crossing.

For just $75 flat (in addition to the ‘Export Service Fee’ below), we’ll arrange a date and time to meet you at the border crossing, where we’ll present the paperwork, you pay any taxes owing, and then you’re own your way home with your guns on board!  It’s faster and easier than you might imagine!


Export Service Fee Schedule for Canada

Here are our Fees for Exports to Canada:

<– Click here to download a PDF version of our current Fee Schedule.

$249 for the first gun, $99 for each additional gun on the same transaction.
+ 5% of the value of the exported merchandise
Email for a quote for quantities of 8 or more.


$149 for the first line item, $75 for each additional line item on the same purchase order.
+ 5% of the value of the exported merchandise
Email for a quote for quantities of 10 or more different line items.
Note: shipping of ammunition from the U.S. into Canada in small quantities is expensive.


 $75 Border Delivery to Aldergrove, BC border crossing (rather than shipping if you live close)
Shipping Costs Vary – Average $50 to $100 for a rifle and case, $50 for a pistol and case.
Non-ammunition items can usually be mailed directly via U.S. Postal Service / Canada Post.
Customer is responsible for all shipping & insurance costs, billed at actual rates.


Customer is responsible for all taxes & duties levied by Canada Revenue Agency.
Includes any applicable provincial and/or federal sales taxes (ie GST, PST or HST).
Duty may be charged on items manufactured outside of the U.S.A., most often at a 3.5% rate.

Click Here to download our PDF overview guide, called “Steps for Importing a Firearm from Canada”.

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