Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do we ship to the United States?
A: No, at this time we do not ship outside of Canada.
Q: Is this item in stock?
A: Yes, everything you see online is what is currently in stock. If you cant find what you are looking for contact us by either email ( [email protected] ) or phone ( 780 888 6486 )and we will try and get it in stock for you.
Q: How do I pay with Bank Transfer
A: For Bank transfer please E-transfer your total to [email protected] from your online Banking account
Q: What is a PAL License?
A: Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL). A possession and acquisition licence is a licence that allows individuals in Canada to possess and acquire firearms as well as ammunition.
The PAL is the only licence issued to new adult firearms licence applicants in Canada; it is both required and the only permissible document for a person to acquire or permanently import a firearm. Applicants for a PAL must be 18 years of age or older.
There is no requirement of citizenship or residency (although different forms, and slightly different requirements apply). A non-resident firearms declaration form that has been confirmed by Canada Border Services Agency officer serves as a temporary firearms licence for non-residents that are visiting Canada for fewer than 60 days. Unlike a PAL, however, the non-resident firearms declaration is only considered a valid temporary licence for the specific firearms declared and does not permit the holder to borrow any firearms.
Q: How do I measure my arrow length?
A: Quick Calculation:
If you know your draw length, you can simply add either 1 or 2 inches to this to approximate your arrow length.
Method 1 – Arm Measurement:
Stand up, and stretch your arms out in front of you with your palms together and your fingertips fully extended, you need to ask someone to measure from the centre of your chest to the tips of your fingers and then add 1 inch to this measurement. If you don’t have anyone available to measure for you, you can try holding a broom handle out between your outstretched palms and making sure the end of the broom is against your chest, when you lower the broom make a note of where you managed to reach upto and measure this distance. This will give you your arrow length.
Method 2 – Ask a Friend to Measure Your Draw:
The other way to measure arrow length requires a friend to assist and also requires you to have a bow available that you can hold with correct form, hold up and fully draw your bow then get someone to measure from the string or nock point all the way to the front of the riser on your bow and add half an inch. That distance will be your arrow length.