Bill C-71 in Canada

Former Bill C-71 received Royal Assent in Canada on June 21, 2019. You can read the full details at Former Bill C-71 – What you need to know. FastBound meets the requirements of this bill.

Since 2010, FastBound’s leading FFL software has processed over one billion transactions for thousands of FFLs in the United States with guaranteed US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives compliance and an attorney-backed legal defense.

Former Bill C-71 – Effective on May 18, 2022

Canadian individuals and businesses will be required to obtain a reference number from the Registrar of Firearms confirming the validity of the transferee’s (buyer’s) firearms license before transferring a non-restricted firearm. 

A reference number can be obtained through Canada’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police Individual Web Services or Business Web Services portals.

Firearms businesses will also be required to retain sales and inventory records related to non-restricted firearms for at least 20 years. The records created by businesses will be held by businesses — not the government — and the police will require judicial authorization to access them.

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