Re: Creating a new Lockpick company...
Placed my order hope it helps ya :'D now i get to check my mailbox everyday with excitement
BC requires permits for some tools I hope you either have access to a permit or are aware of how to handle these situations.
Other provinces also have the same requirements
It may get real exciting if the RCMP decide to visit .
At word to the wise ....... If you live in a restricted province don't post about buying any tool you might need a license for.
Having said that most locktools seem to get through and folks have no problems.
Shippers to Canada just need to
1) balance what they feel comfortable putting on the declaration label and what will cause the least problem for the customer with "Customs"
2) pack contents to be as low profile as possible.
I am not talking about breaking the law ...... Its similar to the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion.
Its generaly known that only a small percent of all packages get opened for inspection. Furthermore just because the package is opened for inspection does not mean that the contents will be held or cause a problem.
A few years ago a man ordered a 2nd hand mp3 player from a US pawnshop.
A mixup resulted in him being shipped a handgun that cleared customs with no problem and was delivered to the customer. He for some reason didn't think a handgun instead of a mp3 player was a better deal and the story hit the media.