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Regulations Amending the Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and Other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited, Restricted or Non-Restricted: SOR/2020-96

Canada Gazette, Part II, Volume 154, Extra Number 3
Registration
SOR/2020-96 May 1, 2020
CRIMINAL CODE
P.C. 2020-298 May 1, 2020

Whereas the Governor in Council is not of the opinion that any thing prescribed to be a prohibited firearm or a prohibited device, in the Annexed Regulations, is reasonable for use in Canada for hunting or sporting purposes;

Therefore, Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Justice, pursuant to the definitions “non-restricted firearm”footnote a, “prohibited device”footnote b, “prohibited firearm”footnote b and “restricted firearm”footnote b in subsection 84(1) of the Criminal Code footnote c and to subsection 117.15(1)footnote b of that Act, makes the annexed Regulations Amending the Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and Other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited, Restricted or Non-Restricted.

Regulations Amending the Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and Other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited, Restricted or Non-Restricted

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Amendments

1 The title of the Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and Other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited, Restricted or Non-Restricted footnote 1 is replaced by the following:

Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and Other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited or Restricted

2 Sections 3.1 to 3.2 of the Regulations are repealed.

3 (1) Item 83 of Part 1 of the schedule to the Regulations is replaced by the following:

83 The firearms of the designs commonly known as the SG-550 rifle and SG-551 carbine, and any variants or modified versions of them, including the SAN Swiss Arms

(a) Aestas;

(b) Autumnus;

(c) Black Special;

(d) Black Special Carbine;

(e) Black Special CQB;

(f) Black Special Target;

(g) Blue Star;

(h) Classic Green;

(i) Classic Green Carbine;

(j) Classic Green CQB;

(k) Classic Green Sniper;

(l) Heavy Metal;

(m) Hiemis;

(n) Red Devil;

(o) Swiss Arms Edition; and

(p) Ver.

 

(2) Part 1 of the schedule to the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 86:
Other

87 The firearms of the designs commonly known as the M16, AR-10 and AR-15 rifles and the M4 carbine, and any variants or modified versions of them — other than one referred to in item 47, 49 or 50 of this Part — including the

(a) 2 Vets Arms 2VA-10;

(b) 2 Vets Arms 2VA-15;

(c) Accuracy Systems A-15 Custom Edition LR Tech Tactical;

(d) Adams Arms AA15;

(e) Adams Arms AASF-308;

(f) Adams Arms Multical;

(g) ADC ADC234;

(h) ADC ADC253;

(i) Adcor Defense A556 Elite GI;

(j) Adcor Defense ADC15;

(k) Adcor Defense B.E.A.R.;

(l) Adcor Defense Elite;

(m) Addax Tactical ADDAX-ZK;

(n) Addax Tactical AT-15;

(o) AdeQ Firearms L-Tac;

(p) AdeQ Firearms Paladin;

(q) AdeQ Firearms Venator;

(r) Advanced Armament Corporation MPW;

(s) Advanced Armaments Incorporated M15;

(t) Aero Precision A15;

(u) Aero Precision AP15;

(v) Aero Precision G15 Ghost Gun;

(w) Aero Precision H15;

(x) Aero Precision M4 Carbine;

(y) Aero Precision M4E1;

(z) Aero Precision M5;

(z.001) Aero Precision M16A4;

(z.002) Aero Precision Pistol;

(z.003) Aero Precision P-15 PEW;

(z.004) Aero Precision STS15;

(z.005) Aero Precision X15;

(z.006) Airtronic DMR;

(z.007) Alamo Tactical AT-15;

(z.008) Alberta Tactical Rifle AT15;

(z.009) Alexander Arms AAR15;

(z.01) Alexander Arms AAR15 Beowulf;

(z.011) Alexander Arms AAR15 Beowulf Overwatch;

(z.012) Alexander Arms AAR15 Genghis;

(z.013) Alexander Arms AAR15 Grendel;

(z.014) Alexander Arms AAR15 Grendel Overwatch;

(z.015) Alexander Arms AAR17;

(z.016) Alien Armory UFO-10;

(z.017) Ambush Firearms A11;

(z.018) Ameetec Arms AM-15 General;

(z.019) Ameetec Arms AM-15 Modular;

(z.02) Ameetec Arms AM-15 M4 Tactical Master;

(z.021) Ameetec Arms AM-15 Standard Tactical;

(z.022) Ameetec Arms AM-15 Standard Varmint;

(z.023) Ameetec Arms AM-15 Tactical Predator;

(z.024) Ameetec Arms AM-15 Varmint Master;

(z.025) Ameetec Arms AM-15 9MM;

(z.026) Ameetec Arms WM-15;

(z.027) America Remembers Colt AR15A2 Match HBar Vietnam Commemorative;

(z.028) American Defense Manufacturing UICH;

(z.029) American Defense Manufacturing UIC 10A;

(z.03) American Historical Foundation Colt AR15A2 Sporter Match HBar Vietnam Tribute Special Edition;

(z.031) American Historical Foundation Colt AR15A2 Sporter Target Operation Desert Storm Commemorative;

(z.032) American Precision Arms A15;

(z.033) American Spirit Arms ASA15;

(z.034) American Spirit Arms ASA15 Pistol;

(z.035) American Spirit Arms ASA308;

(z.036) American Spirit Arms Canadian Carbine;

(z.037) American Tactical Imports AT-15;

(z.038) American Tactical Imports ATI-15;

(z.039) American Tactical Imports MilSport;

(z.04) American Tactical Imports MilSport Canadian;

(z.041) American Tactical Imports Omni;

(z.042) American Tactical Imports Omni Hybrid;

(z.043) American Tactical Imports Omni Hybrid Pistol;

(z.044) American Tactical Imports T14;

(z.045) Anderson Manufacturing AM-10;

(z.046) Anderson Manufacturing AM-15;

(z.047) Angstadt Arms JACK9;

(z.048) Anvil Arms AA15;

(z.049) Area 53 El Capitan;

(z.05) Area 53 El Jefe;

(z.051) Ares Defense Systems Ares-15;

(z.052) Ares Defense Systems Ares-15 MCR;

(z.053) Ares Defense Systems Ares-15 MCR Sub-Carbine;

(z.054) Ares Defense Systems SCR;

(z.055) AR Five Seven AR15;

(z.056) AR Five Seven AR57 LEM;

(z.057) AR Five Seven AR57A1 PDW;

(z.058) Armalite AR-10A;

(z.059) Armalite AR-10A2;

(z.06) Armalite AR-10A4;

(z.061) Armalite AR-10B;

(z.062) Armalite AR-10 KLM;

(z.063) Armalite AR-10 Magnum;

(z.064) Armalite AR-10NM;

(z.065) Armalite AR-10T;

(z.066) Armalite AR-102 Sporter;

(z.067) Armalite M4C Carbine;

(z.068) Armalite M15;

(z.069) Armalite M15A2;

(z.07) Armalite M15A4;

(z.071) Armalite M15A4 T;

(z.072) Armalite M15 Pistol;

(z.073) Armalite SPR Mod 1;

(z.074) Armalite SPR Mod 2;

(z.075) Armalite SPR Mod 2A;

(z.076) Armalite AR-10 Pistol;

(z.077) Armi Jager AP15;

(z.078) Armi Jager AP74;

(z.079) Armitage International BR-15-A6S;

(z.08) Armscorp AC-15;

(z.081) Arms East N8S;

(z.082) Armtech X;

(z.083) Ascend Armory A15;

(z.084) AR15 Chatterbox CB-15;

(z.085) AR15.Com ARFCOM;

(z.086) AR15.Com AR15.Com;

(z.087) AXTS AX556;

(z.088) Badrock Tactical BR10;

(z.089) Badrock Tactical BR15;

(z.09) Bartlett Enterprises 1202009;

(z.091) Barrett Firearms M468;

(z.092) Barrett Firearms REC7;

(z.093) Barrett Firearms REC10;

(z.094) Battle Arms Development BAD-PDW;

(z.095) Battle Arms Development BAD-15;

(z.096) Battle Arms Development BAD556-LW;

(z.097) Battle Rifle Company BR15;

(z.098) Battle Rifle Company BR16;

(z.099) Battle Rifle Company BR308;

(z.1) BCI Defense SQS-15;

(z.101) BCM Rifle Company BCM4;

(z.102) BCM Rifle Company M4A1;

(z.103) Bean Firearms BFC-15A;

(z.104) Bear Creek Arsenal BCA15;

(z.105) Black Creek Labs BCL15;

(z.106) Black Creek Labs BCL102;

(z.107) Black Creek Labs BCL102B;

(z.108) Black Dawn BDR-15;

(z.109) Black Forge BF15;

(z.11) Blackheart International BHI-15;

(z.111) Black Leaf Industries BL10;

(z.112) Black Leaf Industries BL10B Prototype;

(z.113) Black Leaf Industries BL15;

(z.114) Black Rain Ordnance Fallout 10;

(z.115) Black Rain Ordnance Fallout 15;

(z.116) Black Rain Ordnance SPEC15;

(z.117) Black Rifle Company BRC15B;

(z.118) Blackwater BW-15;

(z.119) Black Weapons Armory BWA-15;

(z.12) Blue Line BL-15LE1;

(z.121) Boberg CDH-15;

(z.122) Bohica M16SA;

(z.123) BPM BP15;

(z.124) BPM CQB-10;

(z.125) BPM LR-10;

(z.126) Breda B4;

(z.127) Brownell’s BRN-16A1;

(z.128) Brownell’s BRN-601;

(z.129) Brownell’s XBRN16E1;

(z.13) Bushmaster Carbon 15;

(z.131) Bushmaster XM15E2S;

(z.132) Bushmaster XM15E2S Law Enforcement;

(z.133) Bushmaster XM15E2S M4;

(z.134) Bushmaster XM15E2S M4GP;

(z.135) Bushmaster XM15E2S Predator;

(z.136) Bushmaster XM15E2S Varminter;

(z.137) Bushmaster XM15E2S 450 Bushmaster;

(z.138) Bushmaster XM15E2S DCM Competition Rifle;

(z.139) Bushmaster Bushmaster 308;

(z.14) Bushmaster BAR-10;

(z.141) Bushmaster XM15E2S V Match;

(z.142) Bushmaster BR-308;

(z.143) C3 Defense C3-15;

(z.144) Cadex AR15 Karpat SPVM;

(z.145) Cadex CDX-10;

(z.146) Cadex CDX-15;

(z.147) Calguns AR15;

(z.148) Canstar Arms AR 338 Lapua;

(z.149) Cavalry Arms CAV-15;

(z.15) Cavalry Arms CAV-15 MARK 2;

(z.151) Cavalry Arms CAV-15 Rifleman;

(z.152) Centurion Arms C4;

(z.153) Centurion Tactical CT-15;

(z.154) Century Arms C15A1 Sporter;

(z.155) Century Arms C15 Sporter;

(z.156) Century International Arms Centurion 15 Sporter;

(z.157) Charles Daly Defense CDD-15;

(z.158) Chiappa Firearms M Four-22;

(z.159) Chiappa Firearms M Four-22 Pistol;

(z.16) Chirstensen Arms Carbon CA-10 DMR;

(z.161) Christensen Arms Carbon CA-10 G2;

(z.162) Christensen Arms Carbon CA-10 Recon;

(z.163) Christensen Arms Carbon CA-15;

(z.164) Christensen Arms Carbon CA-15 Predator;

(z.165) Christensen Arms Carbon CA-15 Recon;

(z.166) Christensen Arms Carbon CA TAC 10;

(z.167) Clark Custom Guns Gator;

(z.168) CLE MR15;

(z.169) CMMG Mod4SA;

(z.17) CMMG MK3;

(z.171) CMMG MK-4;

(z.172) CMMG MK-5;

(z.173) CMMG MK-8;

(z.174) CMMG MK-9;

(z.175) CMMG MKG-45;

(z.176) CMMG MKW-15;

(z.177) CMT LT-15;

(z.178) Cobalt Kinetics BAMF;

(z.179) Cobalt Kinetics CARS;

(z.18) Cobb MCR;

(z.181) Cobb MCR 30-06 SPRG 100th Anniversary Commemorative;

(z.182) Colt AR15A2 Sporter 2;

(z.183) Colt AR15;

(z.184) Colt AR15 SP1;

(z.185) Colt AR15A2 Match Target Lightweight;

(z.186) Colt AR15A2 Government;

(z.187) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Delta HBar;

(z.188) Colt AR15A2 Government Carbine;

(z.189) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Competition HBar;

(z.19) Colt AR15A2 Match Target HBar;

(z.191) Colt AR15A2;

(z.192) Colt AR15A2 Sporter HBar;

(z.193) Colt AR15 Match HBar;

(z.194) Colt AR15 Sporter;

(z.195) Colt M4 Carbine Match Target;

(z.196) Colt AR15A2 Match Target Target Model;

(z.197) Colt AR15A3 Tactical Carbine;

(z.198) Colt AR15A3 Match Target Competition HBar;

(z.199) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Match Target Competition HBar 2;

(z.2) Colt AR15 Sporter Lightweight;

(z.201) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Match Target Lightweight;

(z.202) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Target;

(z.203) Colt AR15A2 Government Target;

(z.204) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Match Target HBar;

(z.205) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Match Delta HBar;

(z.206) Colt AR15A2 Match Delta HBar;

(z.207) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Match Target Competition HBar;

(z.208) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Competition HBar Range Selected;

(z.209) Colt AR15A2 Match Target Competition HBar 2;

(z.21) Colt CAR15A3 HBar Elite;

(z.211) Colt AR15 9MM Carbine;

(z.212) Colt AR15A2 Carbine;

(z.213) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Match HBar;

(z.214) Colt Colts Law Enforcement Carbine;

(z.215) Colt C7CT;

(z.216) Colt C7A1;

(z.217) Colt C7A2;

(z.218) Colt IUR;

(z.219) Colt M4 Carbine Sporter;

(z.22) Colt Modular Carbine;

(z.221) Colt M4A1 Carbine;

(z.222) Colt M4 Carbine;

(z.223) Colt SA15.7;

(z.224) Colt SA20;

(z.225) Colt AR-15A4;

(z.226) Colt AR15A4 Lightweight LE Carbine;

(z.227) Colt AR15 M16A1;

(z.228) Colt AR15 Target Model;

(z.229) Colt M4LE;

(z.23) Colt M4 Light Carbine;

(z.231) Colt M16 Rifle;

(z.232) Colt M16 SPR;

(z.233) Colt M16A2;

(z.234) Colt AR15A2 Sporter Carbine;

(z.235) Colt M16A2 Carbine;

(z.236) Colt SMG;

(z.237) Colt Competition CCR Competition;

(z.238) Colt Competition CSR Sporting;

(z.239) Combat Shooters BMF;

(z.24) Conquest Arms CA-15;

(z.241) Core Core-15;

(z.242) Cross Machine Tool UHP-15;

(z.243) Cross Machine Tool UHP15A;

(z.244) Cross Machine Tool UHP15H;

(z.245) Cross Machine Tool UHP15-PDW;

(z.246) Cross Machine Tool UHP15SSA;

(z.247) Cross Machine Tool UHP-10;

(z.248) Dalphon BFD;

(z.249) Dane Armory DAR-15;

(z.25) Daniel Defense DD-15;

(z.251) Daniel Defense M4 Carbine;

(z.252) Daniel Defense DD MK762;

(z.253) Daniel Defense DDM4;

(z.254) Daniel Defense DD5;

(z.255) Daniel Defense M4 Carbine Pistol;

(z.256) Dark Storm Industries DS-15;

(z.257) Defiance DMK22;

(z.258) Defiance Machine XG14;

(z.259) Delaware Machinery AR15;

(z.26) Delphi Tactical Delphi-15;

(z.261) Dennys Guns DG-AR16;

(z.262) Desert Ordnance XM4 Rifle;

(z.263) Detroit Gun Works DGW15;

(z.264) Devil Dog Arms DDA-15B;

(z.265) Devil Dog Arms DDA-10B;

(z.266) Dez Arms DTA-10;

(z.267) Diamondback Firearms DB-10;

(z.268) Diamondback Firearms DB-15;

(z.269) Diemaco Rifle C10;

(z.27) Diemaco Rifle Experimental 84;

(z.271) Dlask Arms AR15 Type;

(z.272) Dlask Arms DAR701;

(z.273) Dlask Arms DAR701 Canada 150 Birthday;

(z.274) Dlask Arms PAC-5;

(z.275) Dominion Arms DA556;

(z.276) Double Star Star-15;

(z.277) Double Star Star-15 Carbine;

(z.278) Double Star Star-15 Super Match Rifle;

(z.279) Double Star Star-15 CritterSlayer;

(z.28) Double Star Star-15 Expedition Rifle;

(z.281) Double Star Star-15 Dissipator;

(z.282) Double Star Star-15 Target Rifle;

(z.283) Double Star Star-15 Lightweight Tactical;

(z.284) Double Star Star-15 Pistol;

(z.285) Double Star Star-10B;

(z.286) Dow FAL-15;

(z.287) DPMS A-15;

(z.288) DPMS A-15 Panther Bull;

(z.289) DPMS A-15 Panther Bull Twenty-Four;

(z.29) DPMS A-15 Panther Bull Twenty-Four Special;

(z.291) DPMS A-15 Panther Bull Twenty-Four Super;

(z.292) DPMS A-15 Panther Bulldog;

(z.293) DPMS A-15 Panther Bull Sixteen;

(z.294) DPMS A-15 Panther Bull SST Sixteen;

(z.295) DPMS A-15 Panther Bull Classic;

(z.296) DPMS A-15 Panther Prairie;

(z.297) DPMS A-15 Panther Arctic;

(z.298) DPMS A-15 Panther Classic;

(z.299) DPMS A-15 Panther DCM;

(z.3) DPMS A-15 Panther Southpaw;

(z.301) DPMS A-15 Panther Classic Sixteen;

(z.302) DPMS A-15 Panther Kitty Kat;

(z.303) DPMS A-15 Panther Carbine;

(z.304) DPMS A-15 Panther Race Gun;

(z.305) DPMS A-15 Panther Tactical;

(z.306) DPMS A-15 Panther Classic Lo-Pro;

(z.307) DPMS LR-308 Panther;

(z.308) DPMS A-15 Panther Carbine M-4;

(z.309) DPMS A-15 Panther Lite;

(z.31) DPMS A-15 Panther Tuber;

(z.311) DPMS LR-300 Panther;

(z.312) DPMS A-15 Panther 20th Anniversary;

(z.313) DPMS LR-243 Panther;

(z.314) DPMS LR-260 Panther;

(z.315) DPMS LR-204 Panther;

(z.316) DPMS LR-30S Panther;

(z.317) DPMS A-15 Panther Pardus;

(z.318) DPMS LR-338 Panther;

(z.319) DPMS LR-6.5 Panther;

(z.32) DPMS A-15 Panther Sportical;

(z.321) DPMS A-15 Panther The Agency;

(z.322) DPMS A-15 Panther CSAT;

(z.323) DPMS A-15 Panther LBR Carbine;

(z.324) DPMS A-15 Panther Hunter;

(z.325) DPMS A-15 Panther 300 Blackout;

(z.326) DPMS LR-G2 Panther;

(z.327) DPMS A-15 Panther VRS Single Shot;

(z.328) DPMS A-15 Panther Pump Rifle;

(z.329) DPMS A-15 Panther 22;

(z.33) DPMS A-15 Panther VAS Single Shot;

(z.331) DPMS A-150 Panther;

(z.332) DPMS G2;

(z.333) DRD Paratus;

(z.334) DRD M762;

(z.335) DRD CDR-15;

(z.336) DRD Kivaari;

(z.337) DRD D8;

(z.338) DSA Incorporated ZM4;

(z.339) DTI DTI-15;

(z.34) Dynamic Arms Research (DAR) DAR-10;

(z.341) Dynamic Arms Research (DAR) DAR-15;

(z.342) E3 Arms Omega-15;

(z.343) Eagle Arms Division of Armalite AR-10;

(z.344) Eagle Arms Division of Armalite Eagle-15;

(z.345) Eagle Arms Division of Armalite M15;

(z.346) Eagle Arms Division of Armalite M15A2;

(z.347) Eagle Arms Division of Armalite M15A3;

(z.348) Eagle Arms Division of Armalite M15P;

(z.349) Eagle Arms Incorporated EA-15;

(z.35) EDs Tactical Armory 2A;

(z.351) Elite Machining GRX15;

(z.352) Emtan EM-15;

(z.353) Enfield Rifle Company MERC415;

(z.354) EP Armory AR15/M16 Type;

(z.355) Essential Arms Company J15;

(z.356) Essential Arms Company J15F;

(z.357) Essential Arms Company J15-2;

(z.358) F&D Defense FD308;

(z.359) F-1 Firearms BDR-10 CA;

(z.36) F-1 Firearms BDR-10-3G CA;

(z.361) F-1 Firearms BDR-15 CA;

(z.362) F-1 Firearms BDR-15-3G CA;

(z.363) F-1 Firearms FDR-15 CA;

(z.364) F-1 Firearms UDR-15-3G;

(z.365) Falkor Defense FD-15A;

(z.366) Faxon Firearms ARAK-21 XRS;

(z.367) Ferfrans SOACR;

(z.368) Fightlite Industries MCR;

(z.369) Firebird Precision Firearms FPX-15;

(z.37) FMK AR-1 Patriot;

(z.371) FMK AR1 Extreme;

(z.372) FN FNX-01;

(z.373) FN FN15;

(z.374) FN FN15 Carbine;

(z.375) FN FN15 Rifle;

(z.376) Fortis Manufacturing FM15;

(z.377) Frankford Arsenal XM-177E2;

(z.378) Franklin Armory F17-L;

(z.379) Franklin Armory F17-V4;

(z.38) Franklin Armory HSC-15;

(z.381) Franklin Armory Libertas;

(z.382) Fulton Armory FAR-15;

(z.383) Fulton Armory FAR-308;

(z.384) GA Precision GAP-10;

(z.385) GA Precision GAP-10 G2;

(z.386) Gilboa Shorty 7;

(z.387) Gilboa Commando 11.5;

(z.388) Gilboa SMG;

(z.389) Gilboa M-43;

(z.39) Gilboa Carabine 14.5;

(z.391) Gilboa DMR;

(z.392) Gilboa Snake;

(z.393) GPI Manufacturing SLR15;

(z.394) Grande Armeria Camuna (GAC) GAC-15;

(z.395) Grey Ghost Precision GGP-SBL;

(z.396) Grey Ghost Precision GGP-S Grim;

(z.397) Grey Ghost Precision GGP-S Heavy;

(z.398) Grey Ghost Precision GGP-SLF;

(z.399) Grey Ghost Precision GGP-S Light;

(z.4) Grey Ghost Precision Specter Light;

(z.401) GT Virtual Concepts GT15;

(z.402) GTO Core-15;

(z.403) GTO Hard Core 15;

(z.404) Gun Room Company Noreen Bad News;

(z.405) Gunwerks WY15;

(z.406) Haenel CR223;

(z.407) Haenel CR308;

(z.408) Hayes Custom Guns H15;

(z.409) Head Down HD-15;

(z.41) Heckler & Koch HK416D;

(z.411) Heckler & Koch HK417;

(z.412) Heckler & Koch HKM4C;

(z.413) Heckler & Koch MR;

(z.414) Heckler & Koch MR223;

(z.415) Heckler & Koch MR308;

(z.416) Heckler & Koch MR556A1;

(z.417) Heckler & Koch MR762A1;

(z.418) Hera Arms HLS;

(z.419) Hera Arms HCL;

(z.42) Hera Arms HCL9M;

(z.421) Hesse Arms HAR15A2;

(z.422) Hesse Arms HAR15A2 Bull Gun;

(z.423) Hesse Arms HAR15A2 National Match;

(z.424) Hesse Arms HAR15A2 Standard;

(z.425) Hesse Arms HAR25;

(z.426) Hesse Arms Omega Match;

(z.427) High Standard HSA-15;

(z.428) High Standard HSA-15 Crusader;

(z.429) High Standard HSA-15 Enforcer;

(z.43) High Standard HSA-15 Enforcer 300;

(z.431) Hogan Manufacturing H-308;

(z.432) Hogan Manufacturing H223;

(z.433) Hogan Manufacturing H-415;

(z.434) Hogan Manufacturing H-416;

(z.435) Holland Gunworks HGW15;

(z.436) Hughes Precision HR-15F;

(z.437) Huldra MARK 4;

(z.438) Imperial Defence Services M16A3;

(z.439) Interarms ISA-15;

(z.44) Inter Ordnance IO-G9;

(z.441) Intrepid Tactical Solutions RAS-12;

(z.442) Iron City Rifle Works IC-9;

(z.443) Iron City Rifle Works IC-15;

(z.444) Iron Ridge Arms IRA-10D;

(z.445) Irunguns Anarchy;

(z.446) ISSC PAR223 Delta;

(z.447) Jager AP74;

(z.448) Jard J15;

(z.449) JC Weaponry JC Weaponry;

(z.45) JD Machine PR3;

(z.451) Jesse James Firearms Unlimited M4 Carbine;

(z.452) Joe Firearms JOE-15;

(z.453) JP Enterprises JP-15 Match;

(z.454) JP Enterprises JP-15;

(z.455) JP Enterprises JP-15 IPSC Limited Class;

(z.456) JP Enterprises JP-15 NRA Match;

(z.457) JP Enterprises JP-15 Tactical/SOF;

(z.458) JP Enterprises AR-10;

(z.459) JP Enterprises Edge Grade 3;

(z.46) JP Enterprises CTR-02;

(z.461) JP Enterprises LRP-07;

(z.462) JP Enterprises SCR-11;

(z.463) JP Enterprises JPE-15;

(z.464) JP Enterprises MBRG-13;

(z.465) JP Enterprises GMR15;

(z.466) Juggernaut Tactical JT-10;

(z.467) Juggernaut Tactical JT-15;

(z.468) Kaiser Defense Calguns.Net;

(z.469) Kaiser Defense KR5;

(z.47) Kaiser Military Technologies KR7;

(z.471) KE Arms KE-15;

(z.472) Kiss Tactical KISS-15;

(z.473) Kiss Tactical K-15SE;

(z.474) Knights Manufacturing Company SR-15;

(z.475) Kodiak Defence JTF2 Silver Edition;

(z.476) Kodiak Defence KD9;

(z.477) Kodiak Defence KD15;

(z.478) Kodiak Defence Kodiak-15;

(z.479) Kodiak Defence Kodiak-39;

(z.48) Lancer Systems LP L15;

(z.481) Lancer Systems LP L30;

(z.482) Lantac LA-N15;

(z.483) Lantac LA-R15;

(z.484) Lantac LA-SF15;

(z.485) Lantac MK-4;

(z.486) LAR Manufacturing Grizzly-15;

(z.487) LAR Manufacturing AA15;

(z.488) LAR Manufacturing SK15;

(z.489) LaRue Tactical LT-15;

(z.49) LaRue Tactical LT-762;

(z.491) Lauer Custom Weaponry LCW15;

(z.492) Lead Star LSA9;

(z.493) LEI LM7;

(z.494) Leitner-Wise Rifle LW15-7.82;

(z.495) Leitner-Wise Rifle LW15-22;

(z.496) Leitner-Wise Rifle LW15-499;

(z.497) Les Baer Custom Ultimate AR;

(z.498) Les Baer Custom Ultimate;

(z.499) Les Baer Custom Match;

(z.5) Les Baer Custom Match AR;

(z.501) Les Baer Custom Thunder Ranch Special;

(z.502) Les Baer Custom Monolith SWAT;

(z.503) Les Baer Custom AR IPSC Action;

(z.504) Les Baer Custom AR Super Match;

(z.505) LMT Defender 2000;

(z.506) LMT L129A1;

(z.507) LMT LM308MWS;

(z.508) LMT MARS LS;

(z.509) Loki Weapon Systems LWSF;

(z.51) Lone Wolf R & D LWD-AR9G;

(z.511) Lone Wolf R & D LWD-AR9G Pistol;

(z.512) LRB Arms M15SA;

(z.513) Luvo BL-15LE;

(z.514) Luvo BL-15LE1;

(z.515) Luvo LA-15;

(z.516) LWRC SABR;

(z.517) LWRC REPR;

(z.518) LWRC Six8;

(z.519) LWRC CSASS;

(z.52) LWRC REPR MARK 2;

(z.521) LWRC 224 Valkyrie;

(z.522) LWRC M6IC;

(z.523) LWRC M6/M6A2;

(z.524) M2 M16C;

(z.525) M2 M16SP;

(z.526) M2 M16X;

(z.527) M2 M4N;

(z.528) M2 Patrol;

(z.529) M2 M16Z1;

(z.53) MAG Tactical Systems MG-G4;

(z.531) Magpul Armament MPLA;

(z.532) Manta Machining PA15;

(z.533) Manta Machining JH 308-F2;

(z.534) Matrix Aerospace MA-15;

(z.535) Matrix Aerospace M-762;

(z.536) Matrix Aerospace M762-D;

(z.537) Maxim Firearms B7075;

(z.538) McDuffee Arms MAR15;

(z.539) McDuffee Arms MLR308;

(z.54) McKay Enterprises RM16A2;

(z.541) Mega Arms MEGA MA-Ten;

(z.542) Mega Arms GTR-3H;

(z.543) Mega Machine Shop MEGA MMS;

(z.544) Mega Machine Shop MEGA Gator;

(z.545) Mega Machine Shop MEGA GTR-3H;

(z.546) Mega Machine Shop MEGA GTR-3S;

(z.547) Mega Machine Shop MEGA GTR-MA-Ten;

(z.548) Mega Machine Shop MEGA MG-XTR;

(z.549) MG Arms K-Yote;

(z.55) MG Arms Taranis Light;

(z.551) MGI Marck 15;

(z.552) MGO Zombie;

(z.553) Midwest Industries MI-15F;

(z.554) Miller Precision Arms MPA300 Guardian;

(z.555) Miller Precision Arms MPA556;

(z.556) Miller Precision Arms MPA762;

(z.557) Miller Precision Arms MPAR10;

(z.558) Mil-Sport AR15;

(z.559) Mil-Sport AR15 Pistol;

(z.56) Mitchell Arms CAR15/22;

(z.561) Mitchell Arms M16/22;

(z.562) Mitchell Arms M16A1/22;

(z.563) Mitchell Arms M16A3/22;

(z.564) MKE KNT-76;

(z.565) MMC Armory MA-15;

(z.566) MOLOT Vepr-15;

(z.567) Moores Machine Company MMC M4;

(z.568) Mossberg MMR Tactical;

(z.569) Mossberg MMR Hunter;

(z.57) Motiuk Manufacturing MRC-15;

(z.571) MVB Industries MVB-15F;

(z.572) Nemesis Arms 11X10;

(z.573) NEMO Battle Light;

(z.574) NEMO Omen;

(z.575) NEMO Battle Light 1.0;

(z.576) New Frontier Armory C9;

(z.577) New Frontier Armory G-15;

(z.578) New Frontier Armory LW-15;

(z.579) Next Generation Arms MFR;

(z.58) Next Generation Arms MP168 SPC;

(z.581) Next Level Armament NLX556;

(z.582) NoDak Spud NDS-16A1;

(z.583) NoDak Spud NDS-16A2;

(z.584) NoDak Spud NDS-601;

(z.585) NoDak Spud NDS-635;

(z.586) NoDak Spud NDS-XM16E1;

(z.587) Nord Arms NA-308;

(z.588) Nordic Components NC-PCC;

(z.589) Noreen Firearms Noreen Bad News;

(z.59) Noreen Firearms Noreen BN36;

(z.591) Noreen Firearms Noreen BN308;

(z.592) Norinco 311-3;

(z.593) Norinco Type CQ 311;

(z.594) Norinco Type CQ 311-1;

(z.595) Norinco Type CQ Semi-Automatic Rifle;

(z.596) Norinco Type CQ-A Semi-Automatic Rifle;

(z.597) Norinco Type CQ-A-1 Semi-Automatic Rifle;

(z.598) North Eastern Arms NEA-15;

(z.599) North Eastern Arms NEA-15 Pistol;

(z.6) North Eastern Arms NEA-25;

(z.601) North Eastern Arms NEA102;

(z.602) Northtech Defense NT15S;

(z.603) Noveske N4;

(z.604) Noveske N6;

(z.605) Noveske Varmageddon AR;

(z.606) Oberland Arms OA10;

(z.607) Oberland Arms OA15;

(z.608) Olympic Arms PCR;

(z.609) Olympic Arms MFR;

(z.61) Olympic Arms K3B;

(z.611) Olympic Arms K40GL;

(z.612) Olympic Arms K9GL;

(z.613) Olympic Arms LTF;

(z.614) Olympic Arms Plinker Plus;

(z.615) Olympic Arms UM1P Ultramatch;

(z.616) Olympic Arms UMAR;

(z.617) Olympic Arms MPR 308-15;

(z.618) Olympic Arms CAR15 AR;

(z.619) Olympic Arms CAR97;

(z.62) Olympic Arms UM1 Ultramatch;

(z.621) Olympic Arms ML1 Multimatch;

(z.622) Olympic Arms ML2 Multimatch;

(z.623) Olympic Arms K4B;

(z.624) Olympic Arms Bill of Rights Bicentennial Commemorative;

(z.625) Olympic Arms SM1 Servicematch;

(z.626) Olympic Arms Titanium;

(z.627) Olympic Arms Plinker;

(z.628) Olympic Arms FAR-15;

(z.629) Olympic Arms K8;

(z.63) Olympic Arms MQ356;

(z.631) Olympic Arms Vietnam Limited Edition Commemorative;

(z.632) Olympic Arms SM1P Servicematch;

(z.633) Olympic Arms K22 Rimfire Target Match;

(z.634) Palmetto Armory BH15A1;

(z.635) Palmetto State Armory GX-9;

(z.636) Palmetto State Armory PA-10;

(z.637) Palmetto State Armory PA-15;

(z.638) Palmetto State Armory PX9;

(z.639) Palmetto State Armory PX-10;

(z.64) Patriot Defense Arms PDA-15;

(z.641) Performance Engineering SOT-15;

(z.642) Phase 5 Tactical P5T15;

(z.643) Phase 5 Tactical Atlas One;

(z.644) Plumcrazy Firearms C15;

(z.645) POF CMR;

(z.646) POF P-15;

(z.647) POF P300;

(z.648) POF P308;

(z.649) POF P415;

(z.65) POF P416;

(z.651) Poly Technologies Type CQ-A Semi-Automatic Rifle;

(z.652) Precision Firearms PF15;

(z.653) Precision Firearms PF-X08;

(z.654) PWA AR15 Commando;

(z.655) PWA Commando;

(z.656) PWS MARK 1;

(z.657) PWS MARK 2;

(z.658) PWS MARK 1 Modern Musket;

(z.659) PWS PCC9;

(z.66) PWS MARK 1 Pistol;

(z.661) PWS MARK 1 Modern Musket Pistol;

(z.662) PWS MARK 1 Mod 2-M;

(z.663) Q Honey Badger;

(z.664) Quartercircle10 GSF Pistol;

(z.665) Quentin Defense QD-15;

(z.666) Quentin Defense SBR;

(z.667) Quentin Defense ZRT;

(z.668) Radian 1;

(z.669) Radical Firearms RF-15;

(z.67) Radical Firearms RM-15;

(z.671) Radical Firearms RMR-10;

(z.672) Rainier Arms Overthrow;

(z.673) Rainier Arms RB-15;

(z.674) Rainier Arms RB308;

(z.675) Rainier Arms RM-15;

(z.676) Rat Worx M-7;

(z.677) Red River Tactical RRT-TAC15;

(z.678) Red Stag Technologies Red Stag;

(z.679) Remington R15 VTR;

(z.68) Remington LRP-07;

(z.681) Remington R4;

(z.682) Remington R25;

(z.683) Remington R25 G2;

(z.684) Revolution Armory AR-410;

(z.685) RGM Incorporated Marksman;

(z.686) RGuns TRR15;

(z.687) Rhino Arms RA-4;

(z.688) Rhino Arms RA-4R;

(z.689) Rise Armament Ripper;

(z.69) RND Edge;

(z.691) Rock Island Armory M15A1;

(z.692) Rock Island Armory XM15;

(z.693) Rock Island Armory XM15E2;

(z.694) Rock River Arms LAR-15;

(z.695) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Law Enforcement;

(z.696) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Varmint;

(z.697) Rock River Arms LAR-15/9MM;

(z.698) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Pistol;

(z.699) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Elite;

(z.7) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Coyote;

(z.701) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Predator Pursuit;

(z.702) Rock River Arms LAR-458;

(z.703) Rock River Arms LAR-6.8;

(z.704) Rock River Arms LAR-8;

(z.705) Rock River Arms LAR-15 ATH;

(z.706) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Operator;

(z.707) Rock River Arms LAR-8 Operator;

(z.708) Rock River Arms LAR-47;

(z.709) Rock River Arms LAR-15LH;

(z.71) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Hunter;

(z.711) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Fred Eichler Series;

(z.712) Rock River Arms LAR-15 R3 Competition;

(z.713) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Texas;

(z.714) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Tactical;

(z.715) Rock River Arms LAR-15 Government;

(z.716) Rock River Arms LAR-15 TASC;

(z.717) Rock River Arms LAR-15 National Match;

(z.718) Rock River Arms LAR-15 DEA;

(z.719) Rock River Arms LAR-9;

(z.72) Rock River Arms LAR-9 Pistol;

(z.721) Rock River Arms LAR-40;

(z.722) Rock River Arms LAR-PDS;

(z.723) Rock River Arms LAR-40 Pistol;

(z.724) Rock River Arms LAR-6;

(z.725) Rock River Arms LAR-8M;

(z.726) Rock River Arms LAR-10;

(z.727) Rocky Point Guns LE15;

(z.728) Roggio RA15;

(z.729) Royal Arms Rak15;

(z.73) Ruger SR556;

(z.731) Ruger SR556 VT;

(z.732) Ruger AR556;

(z.733) S&J Hardware SJ-15;

(z.734) Sabatti SAR;

(z.735) Sabertooth Defence M4;

(z.736) Sabre Defence Industries SR-15;

(z.737) Sabre Defence Industries XR10;

(z.738) Sabre Defence Industries XR15;

(z.739) Safir T12;

(z.74) Safir T14;

(z.741) Salient Arms International GRY;

(z.742) Salient Arms International SAI-T2;

(z.743) Savage MSR-10;

(z.744) Savage MSR-15;

(z.745) Schmeisser AR15;

(z.746) Schmeisser MR-BA19;

(z.747) Seekins Precision NX15;

(z.748) Seekins Precision SBA15;

(z.749) Seekins Precision SP15;

(z.75) Seekins Precision SP223;

(z.751) Seekins Precision SPX;

(z.752) Sendra Corp M15A1;

(z.753) Sendra Corp XM15E2;

(z.754) SFRC SFRC-15;

(z.755) SGW AR15;

(z.756) SGW AR15A1;

(z.757) SGW AR15A2;

(z.758) SGW CAR15;

(z.759) SGW CAR15 AR;

(z.76) SGW K3B;

(z.761) SGW Ultra Match Rifle;

(z.762) SGW XM15A1;

(z.763) Sharps Bros The Jack;

(z.764) Sharps Bros Warthog;

(z.765) Sharps Rifle Company Sharps 15;

(z.766) ShoeLess Ventures FAB10;

(z.767) Shooting Edge OA15;

(z.768) SI Defense SI AR-15;

(z.769) SI Defense SI-D;

(z.77) SI Defense SI-HK;

(z.771) SI Defense SI-C;

(z.772) SIG Sauer SIG 516;

(z.773) SIG Sauer SIG 716;

(z.774) SIG Sauer SIG M400;

(z.775) SIG Sauer SIG M400 Elite;

(z.776) Six Sigma Arms P18-32;

(z.777) Smith & Wesson M&P 15T;

(z.778) Smith & Wesson M&P 15;

(z.779) Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22;

(z.78) Smith & Wesson M&P 15FT;

(z.781) Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22PC;

(z.782) Smith & Wesson M&P 15 Magpul;

(z.783) Smith & Wesson M&P 10;

(z.784) Smith & Wesson M&P 15A;

(z.785) Smith & Wesson M&P 15PC;

(z.786) Smith & Wesson M&P 15OR;

(z.787) Smith & Wesson M&P 15PS;

(z.788) Smith & Wesson M&P 10 Creedmoor;

(z.789) Smith & Wesson M&P 15i;

(z.79) SMOS SM-15;

(z.791) SMOS Rogue-15;

(z.792) SMOS Rogue-50;

(z.793) Sniper Central SI-C;

(z.794) SNS Industries Max 15;

(z.795) SNS Industries LFT-15;

(z.796) SNS Industries NO-15;

(z.797) SNS Industries Max 15 Pistol;

(z.798) Socom Firearms Corporation Recon AR15;

(z.799) Socom Manufacturing BR-15-A6S;

(z.8) Spartan Precision SP15;

(z.801) Special Ops Tactical SO15;

(z.802) Spike’s Tactical ST-15;

(z.803) Spike’s Tactical SL-15;

(z.804) Spike’s Tactical ST-22;

(z.805) Spike’s Tactical CJ15;

(z.806) Spike’s Tactical Hellbreaker;

(z.807) Spike’s Tactical Warthog;

(z.808) Spike’s Tactical The Jack;

(z.809) Spike’s Tactical Spartan;

(z.81) Spike’s Tactical Jack 10;

(z.811) Spirit Gun Manufacturing Company SGM9;

(z.812) Springfield Armory Saint;

(z.813) STAG Arms STAG-6L;

(z.814) STAG Arms STAG-6.8;

(z.815) STAG Arms STAG-9;

(z.816) STAG Arms STAG-10;

(z.817) STAG Arms STAG-10S;

(z.818) STAG Arms STAG-15;

(z.819) STAG Arms STAG-223;

(z.82) Sterling Arms SAI 102;

(z.821) STI International AR15 Custom Rifle;

(z.822) Stillers Precision Firearms Predator XT;

(z.823) Stoner SR-25;

(z.824) Stoner SR-15;

(z.825) Stoner MARK 11 Model 0;

(z.826) Stoner M110;

(z.827) Stoner XM110;

(z.828) Stoner MARK 11 Model 1;

(z.829) Sun Devil SD15;

(z.83) Sun Devil SD308;

(z.831) Superior Arms S-15;

(z.832) Surplus Ammo & Arms LOW15;

(z.833) Surplus Ammo & Arms LOW16;

(z.834) Surplus Ammo & Arms SA15;

(z.835) SWAT Firearms SF-15;

(z.836) SWORD International MARK 15 Model 0;

(z.837) SWORD International MARK 16 Model 0;

(z.838) SWORD International MARK 17 Model 0;

(z.839) SWORD International MARK 18 Model 0;

(z.84) SWORD International MARK 18 Model 0 Mjolnir;

(z.841) Tactical Armz TA-15;

(z.842) Tactical Innovations T-15;

(z.843) Tactical Innovations T-15BDX;

(z.844) Tactical Machining TM-15;

(z.845) Tactical Machining TM308;

(z.846) Tactical Machining TSG-15;

(z.847) Tactical Rifles Government;

(z.848) Tactical Rifles Tactical M4C;

(z.849) Tactical Rifles Tactical SPG;

(z.85) Tactical Rifles Tactical SVR;

(z.851) Talon Arms TA-15;

(z.852) Taran Tactical TR-1;

(z.853) Tech Designs AR-15;

(z.854) Territorial Gunsmiths SLR15;

(z.855) Thor TR15 Carbine;

(z.856) Tippmann Arms M4-22;

(z.857) Titusville Armory TA-15;

(z.858) TKS Engineering AR15HD;

(z.859) TNW SGP15;

(z.86) Tom Sawyer M4-Z1;

(z.861) Tom Sawyer Jolly Roger;

(z.862) Trojan Firearms PRO9V1;

(z.863) Trojan Firearms TFA-PCC9G;

(z.864) Trojan Firearms ULV1;

(z.865) Troy Defense Troy 102;

(z.866) Troy Defense Troy Carbine;

(z.867) Troy Defense Troy M4A1 Carbine;

(z.868) Troy Defense Troy M4A1 SOCC;

(z.869) Troy Defense Troy M7A1 CQB;

(z.87) Troy Defense Troy M7A1 PDW Carbine;

(z.871) Troy Defense Troy M16A2 Mogadishu;

(z.872) Troy Defense Troy Northern Guard;

(z.873) Troy Industries Troy CQB-SPC;

(z.874) True North Arms TNA-15;

(z.875) Turnbull Manufacturing TAR-15;

(z.876) Turnbull Manufacturing TAR-10;

(z.877) Umbrella Corporation AR15;

(z.878) Umlaut Industries U4;

(z.879) Unik Alpha;

(z.88) United Defense S7;

(z.881) US Arms Patriot 15;

(z.882) US Autoweapons USM4;

(z.883) US Firearms Academy BB-16;

(z.884) USA Tactical Firearms USA-15;

(z.885) UT Arms GEN-1AR;

(z.886) Utas XTR-12;

(z.887) V Seven Weapons GI Seven;

(z.888) VC Defense VC-15;

(z.889) Vidalia Police Supply VPS-15;

(z.89) VM Hy-Tech VM15;

(z.891) Vulcan Armament V15;

(z.892) Web Arms WA-15;

(z.893) Wilson Combat AR15 UT;

(z.894) Wilson Combat AR15 TPR;

(z.895) Wilson Combat AR15 M4;

(z.896) Wilson Combat AR15 TL;

(z.897) Wilson Combat AR15 SM;

(z.898) Wilson Combat AR15 SS;

(z.899) Wilson Combat AR15;

(z.9) Wilson Combat AR-10;

(z.901) Wilson Combat AR9G;

(z.902) Wilson Tactical WT-15;

(z.903) Windham Weaponry MCS;

(z.904) Windham Weaponry WW-15;

(z.905) Windham Weaponry WW-308;

(z.906) Windham Weaponry WW-CF;

(z.907) WMA WMA-15;

(z.908) Wolverine Tactical Firearms WAR-15;

(z.909) Wolverine Tactical Firearms WT-15;

(z.91) Xtreme Gun XG15;

(z.911) Xtreme Machining XR15;

(z.912) YHM 57;

(z.913) YHM YHM-15;

(z.914) ZEV Technologies Mega-LF;

(z.915) ZEV Technologies Mega-TR15;

(z.916) ZEV Technologies ZEV-BL;

(z.917) ZEV Technologies ZEV-FL;

(z.918) ZM Weapons LR300ML;

(z.919) ZM Weapons LR300SR; and

(z.92) Zombie Defense Z-4.


88
The firearm of the design commonly known as the Ruger Mini-14 rifle, and any variant or modified version of it, including the

(a) Clark Custom Guns Ruger Mini-14;

(b) Ruger Mini-14 GB;

(c) Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle;

(d) Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle Deluxe;

(e) Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle LE;

(f) Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle LET;

(g) Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle NRA Edition;

(h) Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Target Rifle; and

(i) Ruger Mini Thirty.

 

89 The firearm of the design commonly known as the US Rifle, M14, and any variant or modified version of it, including the

(a) American Historical Foundation Federal Ordnance M14 US Rifle Vietnam War Commemorative;

(b) Armscorp US Rifle M14;

(c) Armscorp US Rifle M14 National Match;

(d) AR Sales MARK 4;

(e) Bula Defense Systems M14;

(f) Dominion Arms Socom 18;

(g) Entreprise Arms US Rifle M14A2;

(h) Federal Ordnance M14SA US Rifle;

(i) Fulton Armory M14;

(j) Hesse Arms M14H Brush;

(k) Hesse Arms M14H;

(l) James River Armory M14;

(m) La France Specialties M14K;

(n) LRB Arms M14SA US Rifle;

(o) LRB Arms M25;

(p) McMillan M1A;

(q) McMillan M3A;

(r) MK Specialties M14A1 Semi-Automatic;

(s) Norinco M14 Semi-Automatic;

(t) Norinco 305;

(u) Norinco CSLR27;

(v) Norinco CSLR28;

(w) Norinco M305;

(x) Norinco 305A;

(y) Norinco M305C;

(z) Norinco M305D;

(z.01) Poly Technologies M14 Semi-Automatic;

(z.02) Poly Technologies M305;

(z.03) Rockola US Rifle M14F;

(z.04) Smith Enterprises US Rifle M14 National Match;

(z.05) Smith Enterprises US Rifle M14;

(z.06) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A-A1 Bush Rifle;

(z.07) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A-A1 Scout Rifle;

(z.08) Springfield Armory US Rifle M21;

(z.09) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A National Match;

(z.1) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A Super Match;

(z.11) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A;

(z.12) Springfield Armory US Rifle M25;

(z.13) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A SOCOM 16;

(z.14) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A SOCOM 2;

(z.15) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A NRA Camp Perry National Matches 100th Anniversary;

(z.16) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A Loaded; and

(z.17) Springfield Armory US Rifle M1A Scout Squad.

 

90 The firearm of the design commonly known as the Vz58 rifle, and any variant or modified version of it, including the

(a) Century Arms VZ2008 Sporter;

(b) CZ CZ958 2P;

(c) CZ CZ958 2V;

(d) CZ CZ958 Hunter P;

(e) CZ CZH2003 Sport;

(f) CZ CZ858 Tactical-2 P;

(g) CZ CZ858 Tactical-2 V;

(h) CZ CZ858 Tactical-4 P;

(i) CZ CZ858 Tactical-4 V;

(j) CZ CZ858 Tactical-2 P Spartan Limited Edition;

(k) Czech Small Arms SA VZ58 Canadian Sporter 7.62;

(l) Czech Small Arms SA VZ58 Sporter 5.56;

(m) Czech Small Arms SA VZ58 Sporter 7.62;

(n) Czech Small Arms SA VZ58 Sporter 222 REM;

(o) Czech Small Arms SA VZ58 Sporter 223 REM;

(p) D-Technik SA VZ58 Sporter 7.62;

(q) Gazela Gazela 58;

(r) Grand Power SA VZ58 Sporter 7.62;

(s) Kodiak Defence WR762;

(t) Ohio Ordnance Works VZ2000;

(u) Petr Novohradsky FSN-01;

(v) Petr Novohradsky FSN-01K;

(w) PPK KSK;

(x) PPK KSK Hunter;

(y) Rock Island Armory WR762USA;

(z) West Rifle WR762; and

(z.1) Zelanysport Gazela 58.

 

91 The firearm of the design commonly known as the Robinson Armament XCR rifle, and any variant or modified version of it, including the Robinson Armament

(a) XCR-L;

(b) XCR-L Micro Pistol;

(c) XCR-M; and

(d) XCR-M Micro Pistol.

 

92 The firearms of the designs commonly known as the CZ Scorpion EVO 3 carbine and CZ Scorpion EVO 3 pistol, and any variants or modified versions of them, including the CZ

(a) CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 Carbine;

(b) CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 Pistol; and

(c) CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S2 Pistol Micro.


93 The firearm of the design commonly known as the Beretta Cx4 Storm carbine, and any variant or modified version of it.


94
The firearms of the designs commonly known as the SIG Sauer SIG MCX carbine, SIG Sauer SIG MCX pistol, SIG Sauer SIG MPX carbine and SIG Sauer SIG MPX pistol, and any variants or modified versions of them, including the SIG Sauer

(a) SIG MCX Rattler; and

(b) SIG MCX Rattler Pistol.


95
Any firearm with a bore diameter of 20 mm or greater — other than one designed exclusively for the purpose of neutralizing explosive devices — including the

(a) Aerotek NTW;

(b) Airtronic M203;

(c) Alpimex APK 20;

(d) Amtec Less-Lethal Systems (ALS) 40MM Launcher;

(e) Anzio Ironworks Anzio 20;

(f) Argentine Mortar FMK2 81MM;

(g) Argentine Mortar FMK2 120MM;

(h) Argentine Mortar FMK1 60MM;

(i) Argentine Mortar FMK2 60MM;

(j) Argentine Mortar FMK3 60MM;

(k) Armsan BA 40;

(l) Armscor Stopper;

(m) Arsenal UGGL-M1;

(n) Arsenal UBGL;

(o) Arsenal MSGL;

(p) Astra Arms SL203;

(q) Astra Arms GL203;

(r) Austrian Mortar C6 60MM;

(s) Austrian Mortar M6 60MM;

(t) Austrian Mortar M8 81MM;

(u) Austrian Mortar M12 120MM;

(v) Bates & Dittus UBL-37;

(w) Bates & Dittus ExD-37;

(x) Bates & Dittus TBL-37;

(y) Bates & Dittus SML-37 Pistol;

(z) Beretta GLX160;

(z.001) British Mortar ML-3 Inch;

(z.002) British Mortar ML-4.2 Inch;

(z.003) Brugger & Thomet GL06;

(z.004) Bulgarian Mortar M60 60MM;

(z.005) Bulgarian Mortar M81 81MM;

(z.006) Bulgarian Mortar M82 82MM;

(z.007) Chilean Mortar Commando;

(z.008) Chilean Mortar M57 81MM;

(z.009) China Lake EX-41;

(z.01) Chinese Mortar Type 53;

(z.011) Cobray 37MM Launcher;

(z.012) Colt Eagle;

(z.013) Colt M203;

(z.014) Colt M79;

(z.015) Corner Blast PGL A1;

(z.016) CQ Type CQ 40MM;

(z.017) Croatian Service RT-20;

(z.018) CZ CZ805 G1;

(z.019) Czech Weapons SAG 30;

(z.02) Czech Weapons CZW 40;

(z.021) Czechoslovakian Mortar VZ52;

(z.022) Daewoo K201;

(z.023) Defense Technology L8;

(z.024) Defense Technology 40MM Launcher;

(z.025) Defense Technology 37MM Gas Gun;

(z.026) Defense Technology 37MM Gas Gun Pistol;

(z.027) Defense Technology 1375 Multi-Launcher;

(z.028) Degtyarev ASVK;

(z.029) Denel NTW 20HS;

(z.03) Denel PAW-20;

(z.031) Denel NTW;

(z.032) Dezamet GSBO-40;

(z.033) Dezamet GPBO-40;

(z.034) Diemaco M203A1;

(z.035) Diemaco Eagle;

(z.036) DPMS A-15 37MM Launcher;

(z.037) DSA 40MM Launcher;

(z.038) DSA Incorporated M203;

(z.039) Elite Machining ELM-40;

(z.04) ERE Systems M203 ERE Elite Launcher;

(z.041) Et Cetera 37MM Launcher;

(z.042) Exotic Firearms Nemesis-SL;

(z.043) Federal Laboratories 201Z;

(z.044) Federal Laboratories 203A;

(z.045) Federal Laboratories Federal Gas Riot Gun;

(z.046) Floro International 40MM Launcher;

(z.047) Floro International M400;

(z.048) Floro International M203;

(z.049) FN EGLM;

(z.05) FN MARK 13 Model 0;

(z.051) FN FN40GL;

(z.052) German Anti-Tank Rifle GrB39;

(z.053) German Anti-Tank Rifle M41;

(z.054) German Anti-Tank Rifle PzB38;

(z.055) German Anti-Tank Rifle PzB39;

(z.056) German Anti-Tank Rifle PzB41;

(z.057) German Mortar 1934 Granatwerfer;

(z.058) German Mortar Kurzer Granatewerfer 42;

(z.059) Greek Mortar C6 60MM;

(z.06) Greek Mortar E44 81MM;

(z.061) Greek Mortar E56 120MM;

(z.062) Heckler & Koch HKMZP1;

(z.063) Heckler & Koch HK69A1 Granatpistole;

(z.064) Heckler & Koch HKAG-G36;

(z.065) Heckler & Koch HKAG-C;

(z.066) Heckler & Koch HKXM320;

(z.067) Heckler & Koch HKAG-HK416;

(z.068) Heckler & Koch HKAG 36;

(z.069) Heckler & Koch HKGLM;

(z.07) Heckler & Koch HKAG-M16A4;

(z.071) Heckler & Koch HKAG-M4;

(z.072) Heckler & Koch HKM320;

(z.073) Heckler & Koch HKM320 A1;

(z.074) Heckler & Koch HK168E1;

(z.075) Heckler & Koch HK79;

(z.076) Heckler & Koch HK269;

(z.077) Heckler & Koch HK169;

(z.078) Helenius RK20;

(z.079) Helenius RK99 MARK 2;

(z.08) Hotchkiss 1934 Canon SAH;

(z.081) IOF Ugra;

(z.082) IOF UBGL;

(z.083) IOF Vidhwansak;

(z.084) Israeli Mortar C03;

(z.085) Italian Mortar Otobreda 81MM;

(z.086) IWI UBGL;

(z.087) Japanese Anti-Tank Rifle Type 97;

(z.088) Knights Armament Company M203;

(z.089) Lahti 39;

(z.09) Lake Erie Chemical Company Tru-Flite;

(z.091) Lamperd L40SL;

(z.092) LEI M203-PR;

(z.093) LMT M203;

(z.094) LMT M2032003 FMT;

(z.095) LMT 37MM Launcher;

(z.096) LMT 40MM Launcher;

(z.097) Luvo M203;

(z.098) Maadi UBGL;

(z.099) Manville Manville Gas Gun;

(z.1) Metallic Limited RBG-1;

(z.101) Metallic Limited RBG-6;

(z.102) Milkor Stopper;

(z.103) Milkor MGL MARK 1;

(z.104) Milkor M79;

(z.105) Milkor MRGL;

(z.106) Milkor USA MGL-140 M32;

(z.107) Milkor USA MGL-140;

(z.108) Milkor USA MGL-105;

(z.109) Milkor USA MGL-AV140;

(z.11) Missile Launcher 9K111 Fagot;

(z.111) Missile Launcher 9K310 Igla-1;

(z.112) Missile Launcher 9K32 Strela-2;

(z.113) Missile Launcher 9K34 Strela-3;

(z.114) Missile Launcher 9K38 Igla;

(z.115) Missile Launcher BGM-71 TOW;

(z.116) Missile Launcher Eryx;

(z.117) Missile Launcher FGM-148 Javelin;

(z.118) Missile Launcher FIM-43 Redeye;

(z.119) Missile Launcher FIM-92 Stinger;

(z.12) Missile Launcher HN-5;

(z.121) Missile Launcher Ingwe;

(z.122) Missile Launcher M47 Dragon;

(z.123) Missile Launcher MILAN;

(z.124) Missile Launcher Saegheh;

(z.125) Missile Launcher Starstreak;

(z.126) Missile Launcher Toophan;

(z.127) Missile Launcher Type 79;

(z.128) MKE T40;

(z.129) MKE Grenade Launcher;

(z.13) Oerlikon SSG 32;

(z.131) Oerlikon SSG 36;

(z.132) Ordnance Group TAC79;

(z.133) Ordnance Group TAC-D;

(z.134) Penn Arms L140;

(z.135) Penn Arms H140;

(z.136) Penn Arms P540;

(z.137) Penn Arms L640;

(z.138) Penn Arms P837;

(z.139) Penn Arms L837;

(z.14) Penn Arms L137;

(z.141) Penn Arms AML1-37;

(z.142) Penn Arms HL;

(z.143) Penn Arms HG;

(z.144) Penn Arms L8;

(z.145) Penn Arms L6;

(z.146) Penn Arms L1;

(z.147) Penn Arms GL1;

(z.148) Penn Arms PGL65;

(z.149) Penn Arms GL6;

(z.15) Penn Arms GL65;

(z.151) Penn Arms PL8;

(z.152) Penn Arms TL1;

(z.153) Penn Arms TL8;

(z.154) Penn Arms TGL1;

(z.155) Penn Arms TGL6;

(z.156) Pindad SPG-1;

(z.157) PMP NTW;

(z.158) Polish Grenade Launcher Wz74;

(z.159) Polish Grenade Launcher Wz83;

(z.16) Portuguese Mortar M965;

(z.161) Portuguese Mortar M937;

(z.162) Recoilless Rifle AT4;

(z.163) Recoilless Rifle B-10;

(z.164) Recoilless Rifle FMK1 105MM;

(z.165) Recoilless Rifle Folgore;

(z.166) Recoilless Rifle M136 AT4;

(z.167) Recoilless Rifle M18A1;

(z.168) Recoilless Rifle M40A1;

(z.169) Recoilless Rifle M60;

(z.17) Recoilless Rifle M60A;

(z.171) Recoilless Rifle M65;

(z.172) Recoilless Rifle Pansarskott M68 Miniman;

(z.173) Recoilless Rifle RGW 60;

(z.174) Recoilless Rifle RGW 90;

(z.175) Recoilless Rifle SPG-9;

(z.176) Recoilless Rifle Type 36 M18A1 Recoilless Rifle Copy;

(z.177) Recoilless Rifle Type 65;

(z.178) Recoilless Rifle Type 78;

(z.179) Rippel Effect XRGL40;

(z.18) Rippel Effect LL40;

(z.181) RM Equipment M203PI;

(z.182) Rocket Launcher P27;

(z.183) Rocket Launcher RPG-27 Tavolga;

(z.184) Rocket Launcher ALAC;

(z.185) Rocket Launcher MARA;

(z.186) Rocket Launcher Shipon;

(z.187) Rocket Launcher RPG-22 Netto;

(z.188) Rocket Launcher MARK 153 SMAW;

(z.189) Rocket Launcher B-300;

(z.19) Rocket Launcher RPG-26 Aglen;

(z.191) Rocket Launcher RPG-76;

(z.192) Rocket Launcher RPG-7;

(z.193) Rocket Launcher M1;

(z.194) Rocket Launcher M1A1;

(z.195) Rocket Launcher M9;

(z.196) Rocket Launcher RPG-75;

(z.197) Rocket Launcher LRAC89-F1;

(z.198) Rocket Launcher RPG-16 Udar;

(z.199) Rocket Launcher RPG-7B;

(z.2) Rocket Launcher RL100 Blindicide;

(z.201) Rocket Launcher M141 SMAW-D;

(z.202) Rocket Launcher MARK 777 RPG;

(z.203) Rocket Launcher ATGL RPG;

(z.204) Rocket Launcher Type 69 RPG;

(z.205) Rocket Launcher Type 56 RPG;

(z.206) Rocket Launcher RPG-2;

(z.207) Rocket Launcher Cobra RPG;

(z.208) Rocket Launcher Panzerfaust 3;

(z.209) Rocket Launcher APILAS;

(z.21) Rocket Launcher Wasp;

(z.211) Rocket Launcher Bunkerfaust;

(z.212) Rocket Launcher Type 2004 RPG;

(z.213) Rocket Launcher PF98;

(z.214) Rocket Launcher RPG-28 Klyukva;

(z.215) Rocket Launcher RPG-29 Vampir;

(z.216) Rocket Launcher FT5;

(z.217) Rocket Launcher C90;

(z.218) Rocket Launcher M20B1;

(z.219) Rocket Launcher M72;

(z.22) Romarm AG-40;

(z.221) Russian Artillery M1942 Anti-Tank Gun;

(z.222) Russian Mortar M1937;

(z.223) Russian Service DP-64;

(z.224) Sabre Defence Industries XR40;

(z.225) Sabre Defence Industries XR37;

(z.226) Sage ML40 MARK 1;

(z.227) Sage Ace 37MM Launcher;

(z.228) Sage Ace 40MM Launcher;

(z.229) Sage Deuce 37MM Launcher;

(z.23) Sage Deuce 40MM Launcher;

(z.231) Schermuly 38MM Multi-Purpose Gun;

(z.232) Singapore Technologies Kinetics 40GL;

(z.233) Smith & Wesson 210/276;

(z.234) Smith & Wesson 276;

(z.235) Solothurn S18-100;

(z.236) Solothurn S18-1000;

(z.237) Spike’s Tactical 37MM Launcher STZ Havoc;

(z.238) Swiss Anti Tank Rifle Tankbusche 41;

(z.239) Swiss Arms GL5040;

(z.24) Swiss Arms GL5140;

(z.241) Swiss Arms GLG40;

(z.242) Taiwanese Grenade Launcher T85;

(z.243) Tarnow RGP-40;

(z.244) Tarnow GP40;

(z.245) Tarnow GS40;

(z.246) Truvelo SR20;

(z.247) Truvelo HSR 20;

(z.248) Truvelo CMS 20;

(z.249) US Mortar M2;

(z.25) US Mortar M1;

(z.251) US Mortar XM224E3;

(z.252) US Ordnance M6 37MM Gun;

(z.253) US Recoilless M18; and

(z.254) US Recoilless M20.


96
Any firearm capable of discharging a projectile with a muzzle energy greater than 10,000 joules — other than one referred to in item 12, 13, 14, 20, 22 or 30 of this Part or one designed exclusively for the purpose of neutralizing explosive devices — including the

(a) AAO 2000;

(b) Accuracy International AW50;

(c) Accuracy International AS50;

(d) Accuracy International AX;

(e) Accuracy International AX50;

(f) Alberta Tactical Rifle Big Bertha;

(g) Alberta Tactical Rifle ATSHL Prototype;

(h) Alberta Tactical Rifle ATSHL;

(i) Alberta Tactical Rifle AT50;

(j) Allied Armament Browning M2 Heavy Barrel;

(k) Allied Armament Browning M3 Aircraft;

(l) Alpimex APK 12.7;

(m) American Tactical Imports Omni Hybrid;

(n) AMP DSR 50;

(o) AMSD OM 50 Nemesis;

(p) Anzio Ironworks Anzio 50 CM1;

(q) Anzio Ironworks Anzio 50 Lightweight;

(r) Anzio Ironworks Anzio SS;

(s) Anzio Ironworks Anzio 50;

(t) Anzio Ironworks Anzio 14.5;

(u) Armalite AR-50;

(v) Armalite AR-50A1;

(w) Armtech BM50;

(x) Azerbaijani Sniper Rifle Istiglal IST 12.7;

(y) Azerbaijani Sniper Rifle Istiglal IST 14.5;

(z) Ballard SB500;

(z.001) Barnard GP;

(z.002) Barrett Firearms 99;

(z.003) BAT Machine EX;

(z.004) BCM Europearms Extreme;

(z.005) BCM Europearms MAAR Extreme;

(z.006) BCM Europearms STD Extreme;

(z.007) Bluegrass Armory Viper XL;

(z.008) Boys MARK 1*;

(z.009) Boys MARK 1;

(z.01) Bushmaster BA50;

(z.011) Cadex CDX-50 Tremor;

(z.012) Canstar Arms CS 50;

(z.013) Canstar Arms CS1 Prototype;

(z.014) Canstar Arms CS2 Prototype;

(z.015) Canstar Arms CS 50-2;

(z.016) Caracal CS50;

(z.017) China South Industries Group AMR-2;

(z.018) China South Industries Group LR2A;

(z.019) Christensen Arms Carbon One Ranger;

(z.02) Christensen Arms Carbon One Conquest;

(z.021) Christensen Arms Carbon Ranger;

(z.022) Cobb FA50;

(z.023) Cobb FA50(T);

(z.024) Cobb BA50;

(z.025) Croatian Service MACS M3;

(z.026) Croatian Service MACS M4;

(z.027) Czech Weapons CZW 127;

(z.028) Defence Industries Organization AM-50;

(z.029) Degtyarev ASVK;

(z.03) Denel NTW;

(z.031) Desert Tactical Arms HTI;

(z.032) Desert Tech HTI;

(z.033) DPMS A-15;

(z.034) DPMS A-15 Panther VRS Single Shot;

(z.035) EAA M93 Black Arrow;

(z.036) East Ridge/State Arms Gun Company Big Bertha;

(z.037) EDM Arms XM-107 Windrunner;

(z.038) EDM Arms SA-01 Windrunner;

(z.039) EDM Arms 96 Windrunner;

(z.04) Elite Machining Elite 50;

(z.041) Essential Arms Company J15;

(z.042) Essential Arms Company J15F;

(z.043) Evolution USA Phantom 3;

(z.044) FN Hecate 2;

(z.045) FN Nemesis;

(z.046) Fortmeier, Heinrich 2001;

(z.047) Fortmeier, Heinrich 2002;

(z.048) Gepard GM6 Lynx;

(z.049) German Anti-Tank Rifle PzB42;

(z.05) Gun Room Company Noreen ULR;

(z.051) Hagelberg FH50;

(z.052) Halo Arms HA50 FTR;

(z.053) Halo Arms HA50 LRR;

(z.054) Helenius RK97;

(z.055) Helenius RK99;

(z.056) Helenius RK99 MARK 1;

(z.057) IOF Vidhwansak;

(z.058) Jard J50;

(z.059) Jard J51;

(z.06) JRS 510;

(z.061) Karta Tool Frenchy 1 Prototype;

(z.062) Kovrov SVN-98;

(z.063) LAR Manufacturing Grizzly Big Boar;

(z.064) LAR Manufacturing Grizzly T-50;

(z.065) McBros 50 BMG Benchrest;

(z.066) McBros 50 BMG Sporter;

(z.067) McBros 50 BMG Tactical;

(z.068) McMillan 50 BMG Benchrest;

(z.069) McMillan Brothers 50 BMG Benchrest;

(z.07) McMillan Brothers 50 BMG Sporter;

(z.071) McMillan Brothers 50 BMG Tactical;

(z.072) McMillan Brothers TAC-50;

(z.073) McMillan TAC-50;

(z.074) McMillan TAC-416;

(z.075) MG Arms Behemoth;

(z.076) Mitchells Mausers M93 Black Arrow Target;

(z.077) Modulo Masterpiece Wizard Extreme Long Range Match;

(z.078) Noreen Firearms Noreen ULR;

(z.079) Noreen Firearms Noreen ULR Extreme;

(z.08) Norinco JS 05;

(z.081) Norinco CSLR5;

(z.082) Northwest Imports Browning M2 Heavy Barrel;

(z.083) Odessa Patriot 50;

(z.084) Omni Windrunner;

(z.085) PGM Precision Hecate 2;

(z.086) Phase 5 Tactical P5T15;

(z.087) Pietsch P B 50 Canadian;

(z.088) PMP NTW;

(z.089) Poly Technologies M99;

(z.09) Poly Technologies M99B;

(z.091) Prairie Gun Works LRT3REP;

(z.092) Prairie Gun Works LRT3SS;

(z.093) Prairie Gun Works LRT50;

(z.094) RAD M650 SLAMR;

(z.095) RAD M614;

(z.096) Ramo 600;

(z.097) Ramo 650;

(z.098) Rib Mountain Arms 92;

(z.099) Robar RC-50;

(z.1) RPA Quadlock;

(z.101) RPA Rangemaster 50;

(z.102) Russian Anti-Tank Rifle PTRS41;

(z.103) Russian Anti-Tank Rifle PTRD41;

(z.104) Russian Anti-Tank Rifle PTRR39;

(z.105) Russian Anti-Tank Rifle PTRSh;

(z.106) Safety Harbor Firearms SHF/R50;

(z.107) Safety Harbor Firearms Ultra Mag 50;

(z.108) Safety Harbor Firearms SHF/S50;

(z.109) Saxonia Big Valve M2;

(z.11) Semtecx Single Shot Pistol;

(z.111) Serbu BFG-50;

(z.112) Serbu BFG-50A;

(z.113) Serbu RN-50;

(z.114) Sero GM6 Lynx;

(z.115) SIG Sauer SIG 50;

(z.116) SMOS Rogue-50;

(z.117) SMOS Rogue-SS;

(z.118) Spider Firearms Ferret 50;

(z.119) St George Arms Leader 50 A1;

(z.12) State Arms Gun Company Rebel;

(z.121) State Arms Gun Company Mosquito;

(z.122) State Arms Gun Company Shorty;

(z.123) State Arms Gun Company Competitor 2000;

(z.124) Steyr-Mannlicher HS50;

(z.125) Steyr-Mannlicher HS50M1;

(z.126) Steyr-Mannlicher HS460;

(z.127) Stoner SR-50;

(z.128) Swiss Arms SAN511;

(z.129) Tactical Machining TM-SS;

(z.13) Tarnow WKW;

(z.131) Tasko 7ET3;

(z.132) Tech Designs Kodiak;

(z.133) Thompson Machine ARSSL;

(z.134) Thor Global Defense Group M96 Windrunner Series;

(z.135) TNW Browning M2 Heavy Barrel;

(z.136) Triple Action Thunder 50;

(z.137) Truvelo CMS 12.7;

(z.138) Truvelo CMS 14.5;

(z.139) Truvelo SR50;

(z.14) Ursus Firearms Kodiak;

(z.141) Valkyrie Arms Browning M2 Heavy Barrel;

(z.142) VM Hy-Tech VM50;

(z.143) Vulcan Armament V50SS;

(z.144) Watsons Weapons 50;

(z.145) Zastava M93;

(z.146) Zastava Arms M93 Black Arrow;

(z.147) Zastava Europe M93;

(z.148) ZVI OP96; and

(z.149) ZVI OP99.

4 Item 2 of Part 2 of the schedule to the Regulations is repealed.
5 Part 2.1 of the schedule to the Regulations is repealed.
6 Part 4 of the schedule to the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 3:
Other

4 The upper receiver of any firearm referred to in item 87 of Part 1 of this schedule.

Application Prior to Publication
7 For the purposes of paragraph 11(2)(a) of the Statutory Instruments Act, these Regulations apply according to their terms before they are published in the Canada Gazette.

Coming into Force
8 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are made.

REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS STATEMENT

(This statement is not part of the Regulations or the Order.)

Issues
Canada has experienced mass shootings in rural and urban areas such as in Nova Scotia, city of Québec, Montréal, and Toronto. Whether at home or abroad, the deadliest mass shootings are commonly perpetrated with assault-style firearms. These events, and concerns about the inherent deadliness of assault-style firearms used in them, have led to increasing public demand for measures to address gun violence and mass shootings in Canada.

The Regulations Amending the Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and Other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited, Restricted or Non-Restricted (Regulations) amend the Regulations that classify firearms (Classification Regulations) to prescribe certain firearms as prohibited firearms. The Regulations prohibit approximately 1 500 models of assault-style firearms, including current and future variants. The Regulations also prescribe the upper receivers of M16, AR-10, AR-15 and M4 pattern firearms to be prohibited devices.

The Regulations address gun violence and the threat to public safety by assault-style firearms. The Government of Canada recognizes that their inherent deadliness makes them unsuitable for civilian use and a serious threat to public safety given the degree to which they can increase the severity of mass shootings.

The Order Declaring an Amnesty Period (2020) (the Amnesty Order) accompanies the Regulations to protect individuals, who were in lawful possession of one or more of the newly prohibited firearms or prohibited devices on the day the Regulations came into force, from criminal liability for unlawful possession for the purpose of allowing individuals to come into compliance with the law.

During the amnesty period, the Government intends to implement a buy-back program to compensate affected owners for the value of their firearms after they are delivered to a police officer; however, until a buy-back program is offered, affected owners will not be eligible for compensation. An option to participate in a grandfathering regime would also be made available for affected owners. Further public communications on the buy-back program and the grandfathering regime will follow later.

The Regulations and the Amnesty Order come into force on the day they are made. The Amnesty Order expires on April 30, 2022.

Background
Canada has experienced mass shootings in rural and urban areas such as in Nova Scotia, city of Québec, Montréal and Toronto. Whether at home or abroad, the deadliest mass shootings are commonly perpetrated with assault-style firearms. Given these events, the growing concern for public safety, the increasing public demand for measures to address gun violence and mass shootings and, in particular, the concern resulting from the inherent deadliness of assault-style firearms that are not suitable for civilian use, these firearms must be prohibited in Canada.

Assault-style firearms are not suitable for hunting or sport shooting purposes given the inherent danger that they pose to public safety. The newly prescribed firearms are primarily designed for military or paramilitary purposes with the capability of injuring, immobilizing or killing humans in large numbers within a short period of time given the basic characteristics they possess, such as a tactical or military design and capability of holding a quickly reloadable large-capacity magazine. While some of these newly prohibited firearms were previously used by individuals for hunting or sporting purposes, it is the view of the Government that those firearms are unreasonable and disproportionate for such purposes. The significant risk that these firearms pose to the public’s safety outweighs any justification for their continued use and availability within Canada given that numerous types of firearms remain available for lawful ownership for hunting or sport shooting purposes.

The Classification Regulations prescribe firearms as prohibited, restricted or nonrestricted, and also include variants and certain modified versions of the listed firearms.

Pursuant to subsections 84(1) and 117.15(1) of the Criminal Code, the Governor in Council (GIC) has the authority to prescribe a firearm or a device to be prohibited in accordance with the definitions of “prohibited firearm” and “prohibited device.”

Pursuant to section 117.14 of the Criminal Code, the GIC is also authorized to declare an amnesty period when a firearm or device is prohibited for the purpose of permitting affected owners to come into compliance with the law.

Objective
The prescribing of firearms as prohibited is intended to limit the access to firearms that are characterized by their design and their capability of inflicting significant harm to Canadians. The Regulations address a growing public concern regarding the safety risk posed by assault-style firearms and their suitability for civilian use. The amendments to the Classification Regulations are intended to reduce the number and availability of assault-style firearms and other firearms that exceed safe civilian use in Canada, and to reduce the possibility of these firearms being diverted to the illegal market. Many of the known variants or modified versions of the approximately 1 500 firearms are also specifically prescribed to be prohibited firearms. The Regulations apply to all variants of the principal model, current or future, whether they are expressly listed or not.

Description
The Regulations have been amended to prescribe as prohibited approximately 1 500 models of firearms. Of those, nine principal models of assault-style firearms are prohibited as they (1) have semi-automatic action with sustained rapid-fire capability (tactical/military design with large magazine capacity), (2) are of modern design, and (3) are present in large volumes in the Canadian market.

The Regulations prescribe the firearms set out below as “prohibited firearms” and also specifically prescribe the known variants of the principal models:

  • M16, AR-10, and AR-15 rifles and M4 carbine;
  • Ruger Mini-14 rifle;
  • US Rifle M14;
  • Vz58 rifle;
  • Robinson Armament XCR rifle;
  • CZ Scorpion EVO 3 carbines and pistols;
  • Beretta Cx4 Storm carbine;
  • SIG Sauer SIG MCX and SIG Sauer SIG MPX carbine and pistol; and
  • Swiss Arms Classic Green and Four Seasons series (as specified in former Bill C-71: An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms).

Also included are two new categories of firearms that exceed safe civilian use. These are characterized by the following physical attributes: a 20 mm bore or greater (e.g. grenade launcher) and the capacity to discharge a projectile with a muzzle energy greater than 10 000 joules (e.g. a .50 calibre BMG). These weapons are primarily designed to produce mass human casualties or cause significant property damage at long ranges, and the potential power of these weapons exceeds safe or legitimate civilian use.

Previous classification of the newly prohibited firearm models

Principal model

Previous classification

1M16, AR-10, and AR-15 rifles and M4 carbine
(which represent one family of firearms commonly known as the AR Platform)
Mostly restricted, some non-restricted
2Ruger Mini-14 rifleMostly non-restricted, some restricted
3Vz58 rifleMostly non-restricted, some restricted
4US Rifle M14Non-restricted
5Beretta Cx4 Storm carbineRestricted and non-restricted
6Robinson Armament XCR rifleMostly non-restricted, some restricted
7CZ Scorpion EVO 3 carbine and pistolRestricted and non-restricted
8SIG Sauer SIG MCX and SIG Sauer SIG MPX carbines and pistolsRestricted and non-restricted
9Swiss Arms Classic Green and Four Seasons series riflesNon-restricted and restricted

Previous classification of the newly prohibited firearm categories

Category

Previous

1Firearms with 20 mm bore or greaterNon-restricted, a few restricted
2Firearms capable of discharging a projectile with a muzzle energy greater than 10 000 joulesNon-restricted

While devices exclusively designed for disrupting explosives (also known as “bomb disruptors”) would technically have the attributes of the newly prohibited categories, they have an important function in defusing hazardous explosive devices. Recognizing Canada’s international commitment to global peace and security, these devices are excluded from the prescribed list to permit their export under the Export and Import Permits Act.

The Regulations also prescribe the upper receivers of M16, AR-10, AR-15 and M4 pattern firearms to be prohibited devices in order to ensure that these firearms cannot easily be used with illicitly manufactured or acquired lower receivers. The M16, AR-10, AR-15 and M4 firearms are modular firearms consisting of the lower receiver assembly, which is the component bearing the serial number and subject to registration that is now prohibited; and the upper receiver assembly, which is the pressure bearing component and has not previously been regulated. An owner could possess two or more upper receiver assemblies which can be mounted and dismounted on a lower receiver assembly according to the needs of the occasion. If upper receivers are not also prohibited, there is a significant public safety risk that the upper receiver assemblies would be mated with an illegal lower receiver (i.e. smuggled, made from a receiver blank, or manufactured by 3D printing to supply the illegal market) thus creating unmarked, untraceable M16, AR-10, AR-15 or M4 firearms, commonly known as “ghost guns.” Prohibiting the upper receiver of these rifles will reduce the quantities in circulation and render it much more difficult to illicitly fabricate working firearms.

The Amnesty Order has been made to protect affected individuals who (1) were in legal possession of a newly prohibited firearm or prohibited device at the time the Regulations came into force, and, (2) continue to hold a valid licence during the amnesty period, from criminal liability for unlawful possession of a prohibited firearm in order to afford the individuals with time to dispose of the firearms. Disposal can include: having the firearm deactivated by an approved business; delivering the firearm or device to a police officer; legally exporting the firearm; and, if a business, returning the firearm or device to the manufacturer. Other permitted activities during the amnesty period are to transport the firearm for any of the above purposes and to use the newly prohibited firearm, if previously non-restricted, to hunt for the purposes of sustenance or to exercise a right recognized and affirmed by section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982 (the Constitution). Individuals are no longer allowed to import the firearms listed in the Regulations. Affected owners will no longer be permitted to sell to individuals within Canada or use the prohibited firearms, and no transportation will be permitted except for the purposes described above. The firearms will have to be kept securely stored in accordance with the legal storage requirements for the classification of the specified firearms prior to their prohibition.

Individuals may transport the firearms one time to return home with the firearm if it was not at the owner’s residence at the time the prohibition came into force, or, if not the owner and in possession of the firearm on the day the prohibition came into force, return the firearm to its owner.

The amnesty period begins on the date of coming into force of the Amnesty Order and expires on April 30, 2022. Upon the expiration of the Amnesty Order, individuals who are in possession of a prohibited firearm or prohibited device could be prosecuted for unlawful possession.

The Government intends to implement a buy-back program, which would allow affected owners to declare their intent to deliver their firearms to a police officer. The buy-back would compensate affected owners for the value of their firearms after they are delivered to a police officer. An option to participate in a grandfathering regime would also be made available for affected owners.

While an individual may dispose of a firearm by deactivating it, legally exporting it or delivering it to a police officer prior to the implementation of the buy-back program, compensation will not be available until the buy-back program is in effect. An individual should not deliver a firearm to a police station without first making arrangements with a police officer for a safe and scheduled delivery or pick up.

Regulatory development
Consultation

Extensive public engagement on the issue of banning handguns and assault-style firearms, led by the then Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction, took place between October 2018 and February 2019 with the provinces and territories, municipalities, Indigenous groups, law enforcement, community organizations, and industry. The intent of this engagement was to hear from a wide range of stakeholders, which included those both in support of and in opposition to limiting access to firearms. The engagement process included a series of eight in-person roundtables, an online questionnaire, a written submission process, and bilateral meetings with a range of stakeholders. The roundtables were held in four cities across the country (Vancouver, Montréal, Toronto, and Moncton), and 77 stakeholders participated in these sessions. In addition, 134 917 online questionnaires were received, as well as 36 written submissions, and 92 stakeholders were consulted in the bilateral meetings.

Many participants expressed their views that a ban on assault-style firearms was needed in order to protect public safety. As a result of the clear need for immediate action to implement the ban on the prescribed prohibited firearms, and to avoid a potential run on the market, no additional consultations with the public, the provinces and territories, or Indigenous groups were contemplated prior to the effective date of the amendment to the Classification Regulations.

Given the possibility of criminal liability associated with possessing a prohibited firearm, the Government has moved to implement the Amnesty Order expeditiously and, as a result, no consultations have been undertaken relative to this Order.

Read the Engagement Summary Report relating to the Consultation and Regulatory Development Here. 

Modern treaty obligations and Indigenous engagement and consultation

The Amnesty Order permits the use of any of the newly prohibited firearms, if previously non-restricted, to hunt for the purposes of sustenance or to exercise a right recognized and affirmed by section 35 of the Constitution. From fall 2018 to spring 2019, the Government held extensive engagement with Indigenous groups, provinces and territories, municipalities, law enforcement agencies, academics, victim groups and other key stakeholders on limiting access to assault-style firearms and handguns. Recognizing that some Indigenous and sustenance hunters could be using previously non-restricted firearms for their hunting and may be unable to replace these firearms immediately, the Amnesty Order includes provisions for the limited use of these firearms for such purposes. Following the publication of the Regulations, the Government will continue to engage with Indigenous groups to assess whether the prohibition of these firearms has a continued impact on the right to hunt affirmed by section 35 of the Constitution.

Instrument choice

Given that the Regulations specifically prescribe firearms as prohibited, restricted and non-restricted in Canada, amendments to the Regulations are required to change the current listing of any firearms. The identified firearms will be legally reclassified as prohibited to reduce the number and availability of assault-style firearms and firearms that exceed safe civilian use in Canadian markets and to reduce the possibility of these firearms being diverted to illegal markets. No non-regulatory options were considered.

Regulatory analysis
Benefits and costs

The costs associated with implementing a buy-back program and grandfathering regime have not yet been finalized. Figures reflect estimates of the portion of projected costs associated with compensation of owners, and are determined by estimates of the number of firearms implicated. Further, given the uncertain number of impacted non-restricted firearms and the program complexity, there may be additional costs.

There are 2.2 million individual firearms licence holders in Canada. It is unknown how many exactly will be affected by the prohibition; however, there are approximately 90 000 restricted firearms that would be affected; and an unknown number of non-restricted firearms (due to the fact that non-restricted firearms do not need to be registered in accordance with the Firearms Act). The implicated firearms represent some of the most prevalent firearms within the Canadian market that are of modern design, have semi-automatic action with sustained rapid-fire capability and which are able to receive a quickly reloadable, large capacity magazine. The majority of affected owners of the currently restricted firearms reside in Alberta, British Columbia or Ontario. The regional breakdown for affected owners of the currently non-restricted firearms is unknown because these firearms are not registered.

A Conference Board of Canada report on The Economic Footprint of Angling, Hunting, Trapping and Sport Shooting in Canada published in September 2019, found that an estimated 1.4 million Canadians participate in legal sport shooting. These sport shooters may find themselves temporarily unable to participate in the sport if their primary means of participating is with a newly prohibited firearm. Sport shooters may already possess or may purchase other firearms suitable for sport shooting, and if they turn in their prohibited firearm during the buy-back program, would receive compensation. Sport shooting contributed an estimated $1.8 billion to Canada’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2018, as well as $868 million in labour income, and supports about 14 555 full-time equivalent jobs. These figures may be affected in the short term by the prohibition on certain firearms, but these impacts may be mitigated by increases in purchases of new firearms that are not being prohibited.

In addition, 1.3 million Canadians participate in legal hunting. These owners may also be affected if they have been using a newly prohibited firearm that was previously nonrestricted. If they have been using such a firearm for sustenance hunting or to exercise a right affirmed in section 35 of the Constitution, they may continue to use their firearm for the same purpose, until the end of the amnesty period. Hunting contributes an estimated $4.1 billion to Canada’s GDP as well as $2 billion in labour income, and supports about 33 313 full-time equivalent jobs.

The 2018 Commissioner of Firearms Report states that there are 4 442 licenced firearms businesses, of which 2 004 are for ammunition only, not including carriers and museums. Firearms business licences are issued to businesses, museums or organizations that manufacture, sell, possess, handle, display or store firearms or ammunition. The number of small businesses included in these figures is unknown, but likely comprises a large majority. Some of these businesses may see in the short term a decrease in profits as a result of the prohibition. These impacts may be mitigated by the buy-back program and the ability to return prohibited firearms to their manufacturer, and potentially by purchases of new firearms to replace those being prohibited.

Small business lens

While small businesses may assume some compliance costs arising from these Regulations, the costs are extremely difficult to assess as the inventory held by private businesses is unknown. Some costs may include lost interest from the inability to sell this inventory for a profit and possible restocking fees if the business chooses to return the affected firearms in their inventory to their foreign supplier for reimbursement. Firearms that cannot be exported may be eligible for the buy-back program.

It is likely that businesses selling newly prohibited firearms would experience a reduction in sales and as a result may reduce staff or cease operations. Some businesses may choose to switch to a new product line to replace those firearms. A Conference Board of Canada study completed in September 2019 determined that sport shooting and hunting contribute $5.9 billion to Canada’s GDP, as well as $2.9 billion in labour income. The sport shooting and hunting industries also support approximately 48 000 jobs.

One-for-one rule

The one-for-one rule does not apply to these Regulations as there will be no incremental change in administrative burden to business. The Regulations do not introduce new administrative requirements for businesses.

Regulatory cooperation and alignment

As a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Canada must comply with different notification obligations before making regulations that could have an impact on trade. These notifications are in addition to Canada’s general obligations not to impose prohibitions on the importation or exportation of goods and not to treat some nations more favourably than others unless justified. Specifically, under the WTO’s Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Agreement, Canada must give notification of proposed regulations within a reasonable time. A WTO member may not be required to follow the normal notification periods under the TBT Agreement under certain circumstances, including urgent circumstances regarding safety, health, environmental protection or national security. The Government of Canada has taken the position that the prohibition of these firearms is a matter of public safety and security therefore Canada has not given the advance notification as required by the WTO. In addition, Canada has not given advance notice in an effort to avoiding creating a potential run on the market before it is frozen by the prohibition.

Strategic environmental assessment

There will be low environmental impacts resulting from the buy-back program and the subsequent disposal/destruction of prohibited firearms.

Gender-based analysis plus (GBA+)

Measures to limit access to firearms are expected to have different impacts on certain populations in Canada, such as males, who are the largest group of firearms owners, and youth, who are overrepresented as perpetrators of firearm-related crime. These measures would benefit both males and females, as about two-thirds of victims of gun violence are male; however, according to Statistics Canada approximately 85% of police-reported victims in 2016 of intimate partner violence incidents involving a firearm were women.

Measures to reduce access to firearms are expected to have a higher impact on western provinces, which experience firearm-related crimes at a higher rate compared to the rest of Canada.

Indigenous persons are victims of homicides involving firearms at a much higher rate than the Canadian population and this figure appears to be increasing. The total number of Indigenous victims of firearms-related homicides rose from 10.4% in 2014 to 13.5% in 2016.

Rationale

The Regulations address gun violence and the threat to public safety by assault-style firearms. The Government of Canada recognizes that their inherent deadliness makes them unsuitable for civilian use and a serious threat to public safety given the degree to which they can increase the severity of mass shootings.

Prescribing these firearms as prohibited supports the Government’s objective to ban assault-style firearms and to reduce the risk of diversion to illegal markets for criminal use. The prescribed list represents the most prevalent assault-style firearms in the Canadian market. The list prohibits assault-style firearms within the Canadian market that have semi-automatic action with sustained rapid-fire capability, including the AR-15 and its variants or modified versions thereof. Any firearm having a 20 mm bore or greater (e.g. grenade launchers) or a capability of discharging a projectile with a muzzle energy above 10 000 joules (e.g. .50 calibre sniper rifles) will also be prohibited.

Prohibiting additional firearms and providing an amnesty for the disposal of prevalent assault-style firearms and other firearms exceeding safe civilian use will respond directly to a key and growing public safety concern that these firearms are not suitable for civilian use as they can and have been used in mass shootings in Canada and internationally. The addition of the newly prohibited firearms to the Classification Regulations aligns with the Government’s mandate to ban assault-style firearms and reduce the risk of diversion of firearms to the illegal market.

The prohibited firearms are tactical and/or military-style firearms and are not reasonable for hunting or sport shooting. Individuals may have used some of the listed firearms for hunting purposes on the basis that they were previously classified as non-restricted firearms. In addition, some of the listed firearms may have been used by individuals for sport shooting on the basis that they have been classified as restricted or non-restricted. However, the fact that these firearms are sometimes used for hunting or sport shooting does not supersede the fact that they were built with the intent to be used by the military and are capable of killing a large number of people in a short period of time. Due to the public safety concerns posed by these firearms, they are not reasonable for use in Canada for hunting or sport shooting purposes.

The Regulations also prescribe the upper receivers of M16, AR-10, AR-15 and M4 pattern firearms to be prohibited devices in order to ensure that these firearms cannot easily be used with illicitly manufactured or acquired lower receivers. The M16, AR-10, AR-15 and M4 firearms are modular firearms consisting of the lower receiver assembly, which is the component bearing the serial number and subject to registration and that is now prohibited; and the upper receiver assembly, which is the pressure-bearing component and has not previously been regulated. An owner could possess two or more upper receiver assemblies, which can be mounted and dismounted on a lower receiver assembly according to the needs of the occasion. If upper receivers were not also prohibited, there would be an important public safety risk that the upper receiver assemblies would be mated with an illegal lower receiver (i.e. smuggled, made from a receiver blank, or manufactured by 3D printing to supply the illegal market) thus creating unmarked untraceable M16, AR-10, AR-15 or M4 firearms, commonly known as “ghost guns.” Prohibiting the upper receiver of these rifles will reduce the quantities in circulation and render it much more difficult to illicitly fabricate working firearms.

The Amnesty Order encourages compliance with the law and seeks to protect lawful firearms owners who acted in good faith when they acquired the firearms before the coming into force of Regulations and the Amnesty Order. It provides affected owners with a reasonable amount of time to divest themselves of the firearms by any of the means set out in the Amnesty Order. The Government intends to implement a buy-back program which would allow affected owners to declare their intent to participate in the program in order to be eligible for compensation once the owner turns in the firearm. A grandfathering regime would also be made available for owners of the newly prohibited firearms.

Implementation, compliance and enforcement, and service standards

The disposal of the prescribed prohibited firearms is dependent on voluntary compliance by affected owners and businesses. Calculation of the compliance rate will be complicated by the lack of information about non-restricted firearms and their owners; the compliance rate for non-restricted firearms will be based on the number of owners who declare themselves to be in possession of one or more affected firearms. The amount of compensation being offered per firearm may also affect the level of compliance. Communications are in place emphasizing the obligation on affected owners to comply with the new prohibitions, and further public communications on the compensation program will follow in the near future.

There is also a risk that affected firearms owners may elect to replace their firearms with models unaffected by the ban, causing a market displacement. This risk may be mitigated by adding additional makes and models to the list of prohibited firearms in the future.

The amendment to the Classification Regulations and the Amnesty Order come into force on the day on which they are made. The Amnesty Order will expire on April 30, 2022. Those who remain in possession of these firearms or devices at the end of the amnesty period could be subject to criminal liability for unlawful possession.

Contact
By mail:
Public Safety Canada
269 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0P8

General enquiries:
Telephone: 1‑800‑731‑4000
Fax: 613‑825‑0297
Email: [email protected]

Footnotes

S.C. 2015, c. 27, s. 18
a
S.C. 1995, c. 39, s. 139
b
R.S., c. C-46
c
SOR/98-462; SOR/2015-213, s. 1
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