There are two types of permits in Canada that will allow you to own guns, Non-Restricted, and Restricted. Non-Restricted includes all long guns that are basically not semi automatic centerfires with a barrel length of under 18/5 inches, or repeaters with an overall length greater than 26". Restricted includes semi automatic centerfires with barrels of less than 18.5", repeaters shorter than 26",
pistols and revolvers with barrels longer than 107mm. Certain long arms like the AR-15 or Czech VZ-58 are also restricted. All forms of the AR are restricted, while only VZ's with the short 16
barrels are. Handguns in calibers .25 or .32 are prohibited unless they are olympic guns, as are pistols with barrel lengths of less than 107mm, and certain longarms like the AK-47 and it's variants
except for the Valmet M78 and Valmet Hunter. In short, a list in complete form is available online, and because of Canada's contradictory and often nonsensical laws, it is hard to provide a much more accurate description than that, in a nutshell.
There's Canada's gun law. We haw better gun control up here we don't hand them out like you Americans do.
This has always been a country with freedom to own. We have every right to own a gun of any choosing. Especially since the government was handing out assault rifles to drug cartel (see: fast and furious). Guns don't kill people. Criminals do. And criminals will always find a way around laws.
Meth and coke are illegal, yet people have that. Running drugs from Mexico is illegal yet people do it.
Working 10 hr days leaves me with little motivation to shop. Also the wife gave me no ideas for Christmas. I do know she bought me a contour roam so be prepared for subpar pov paintball videos coming your way.