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Splatter has a shorty I see,
Hey-hey-hey, It might look a little small; but I've never had any complaints! ;)


Actually the Canadian regs on barrel length only pertain to semi-auto centrefire firearms. So pumps like the two pictured (neither are mine), or levers or bolts have another, different and complex series of regs that apply to them. For instance, the two shotties pictured can be carried and used anywhere it would be legal to carry any 'normal' shotgun. They would also be legal with a standard-type fixed stock; but if one of us attached a folding stock to either they would become "prohibited" (sort of the same as an unpapered SBR in the USA).
It's the law, it doesn't have to make sense.
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