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    Default Re: Where to buy MUZZLELOADER FIREARMS?

    Quote Originally Posted by SoldierMan View Post
    So no license required for the gun but how do you go about getting black powder then?
    You do your muzzle loader competency after which you get issued with
    a 10 year permit to buy powder.

    Great fun too. You can buy and sell guns in all shapes and sizes whenever you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janfred View Post
    Then where does the rolling block or break action come in? Anyone have a photo to show what you mean?
    Nevermind. Google to the rescue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoldierMan View Post
    So no license required for the gun but how do you go about getting black powder then?
    Step 1: do muzzleloader course and get certificate

    Step 2: apply competency certificate at DFO

    Step 3: apply black powder permit at chief inspector of explosive office.

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    Default Re: Where to buy MUZZLELOADER FIREARMS?

    I'm starting to get interested in black powder shooting. After I've done the course, more or less how long does it take to get the competency? I guess this is different than the one for fire arms. Then, the same for the black powder permit?

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    Default Re: Where to buy MUZZLELOADER FIREARMS?

    Quote Originally Posted by Giepie View Post
    I'm starting to get interested in black powder shooting. After I've done the course, more or less how long does it take to get the competency? I guess this is different than the one for fire arms. Then, the same for the black powder permit?
    Same as any other competency from SAPS. Anything from 3 to 13 months or so.

    The BP permit is from explosives unit, not firearms. They WILL do a proper inspection of facilities, but the permit is issued in a couple of weeks usually

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