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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by J_mcrane, Feb 17, 2016.

  1. J_mcrane

    J_mcrane

    574
    Dec 7, 2013
    Just moved to Calgary Canada from Texas. Any Busse lovers here? How is it shipping knives across the border? If I order something from the exchange, how does that work? How is shipping across the border? Any issues I should expect?
     
  2. Mjr69

    Mjr69

    109
    Mar 15, 2015
    I have had no issues sometimes they open the package and sometimes I get dinged taxes but it's pretty random.
     
  3. buckman#10

    buckman#10

    Jun 8, 2006
    hello
    must be at least a couple in Calgary I would think
    no issues shipping the busse across the border (finger ringed fighters are a no-no I think)
    in my experience about half the time I was charged duty/taxes
    try to use usps for shipping as couriers will charge you hard
    most sellers indicate in their ad if they will ship international
     
  4. seanp

    seanp

    130
    Jul 4, 2013
    Hi. I live in Calgary. In answer to your questions:

    yes you will find Busse fans up here.

    Yes, there may be random issues with customs if you are having folding knives shipped from the States. Be aware that automatic knives, gravity knives, push knives, ballistic knives, and knives with metal knuckles (but not Bow guards) are illegal.

    If you need more info, we could get a beer one of these days and I can fill you in on the details if you like. Firearms as well.
     
  5. kevlemarin

    kevlemarin

    513
    Oct 18, 2013
    When I ship knives to the USA from Canada, I write " Gift " on the package
     
  6. KellyGlanzer

    KellyGlanzer Gold Member Gold Member

    May 4, 2005
    The main problem we are having up here is that $100 bucks canadian is only buying about $60 usd worth of knife. Lol
    Actually not funny. Grrr. ;)
     
  7. DaZ403

    DaZ403 I Am INFI!

    425
    Jul 12, 2013
    Good day! !

    I'm a fellow Busse nut case and I live just north west out in Stettler. About 45 min east of Red Deer.

    From Calgary but out in the middle of nowhere!

    Any questions or to discuss Busse... don't hesitate to find me. It's great to have more Hogs or piglets up North!!
     
  8. DaZ403

    DaZ403 I Am INFI!

    425
    Jul 12, 2013
    Right on Sean!! Even more guys! Guns too... sweet! Need to make a Northern Hog crew! Get the word out and more guys trading up here!!
     
  9. Welcome to Canada! There Busse knife lovers all across this great country
     
  10. plue

    plue

    707
    Oct 3, 2012
    I'm in Calgary too, welcome to the Great Depression (I guess you're familiar since you're from Texas). Never had issues shipping across, it just takes forever cause canada post is literally the worst at working.
     
  11. plue

    plue

    707
    Oct 3, 2012
    Curse you Stettler and your one unavoidable school zone!
     
  12. Tyrade83

    Tyrade83 Half man, half bear, half pig

    Aug 17, 2010
    There's a few more Busse fans on the best side of the Rockies too.
     
  13. Dicko

    Dicko

    332
    Dec 28, 2014
    I kinda feel your pain with the exhange rate at the moment - 1 AUD buys me 72 US cents at the moment.

    Never had an dramas with bringing anything in - knives, boots, hats, jeans & a bit of western gear. So long as I keep it below the $1,000 AUD import limit - after that it's taxed.
     
  14. J_mcrane

    J_mcrane

    574
    Dec 7, 2013
    Where is best place to get my pal in Calgary?
     
  15. Busse007

    Busse007

    232
    Jun 7, 2013
    try the calgary shooting centre, im betting they are as good as it gets. the red deer shooting centre definitely is aces. Im in e-town if you need anything drop me a line, always willing to lend a hand where i can. Guns or knives.

    cheers
     
  16. seanp

    seanp

    130
    Jul 4, 2013
    If you can still take the course through AHEIA that will be your best bet. They used to be by far the least expensive, plus you can also get your Alberta hunter education course there for your hunting license, and they will tale you on a hunt.
     
  17. J_mcrane

    J_mcrane

    574
    Dec 7, 2013
    Anyone know of any local sheath makers or kydex benders? I try to support local when I can.
     
  18. CHEMMINS

    CHEMMINS

    392
    Nov 21, 2015
    Yup....got a couple Busse's here in Red Deer.

    Few pew-pew's as well.

    There used to be a kydex guy in Blackfalds, but he closed up shop. I have been thinking of getting into it for myself. Now that the economy has gone to hell....I may end up jobless and needing to find a way to make money....lol.

    The shipping alone on Busse's is almost $75 CAD now with the exchange. The box comes USPS and is 18" long x 12" wide x 3" high.
     

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