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[Cabelas] Cabelas: Federal® Rimfire BYOB™ Ammunition .17 HMR/.22 LR/.22 WMR $59.99 - $79.99 ($15, $17, $20 off)

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[Cabelas] Cabelas: Federal® Rimfire BYOB™ Ammunition .17 HMR/.22 LR/.22 WMR $59.99 - $79.99 ($15, $17, $20 off)

https://www.cabelas.ca/product/128738/f ... ammunition



Product Description

• Bulk ammunition in an easily stackable bucket or bottle
• Loaded with high-quality .17 HMR, .22 LR or .22 WMR rounds
• Easy-pour feature

Federal® BYOB™ rimfire buckets and bottles are bulk packs that stack, store and carry easily. They’re loaded with high-quality .17 HMR, .22 LR or .22 WMR rounds that are perfect for a fun day at the range or in the field. Shooters can remove the packs’ lids completely or keep them on to use the easy-pour feature.
Calibre Bullet
Weight Bullet
Type Velocity Rounds per
Bottle
.22 WMR 50 Grain JHP 1530 FPS 250
.17 HMR 17 Grain JHP 2530 FPS 250
.22 LR 36 Grain CPHP 1260 FPS 1375
.22 LR 36 Grain CPHP 1260 FPS 450

PAL Required – Requires a valid PAL to purchase.
Export-Restricted – Cannot ship outside of Canada.


.22 WMR, JHP 250rd @ $59.99 ($15.00 off)

.17 HM, JHP 250rd @ $67.99 ($17.00 off)

.22LR, CPHP 1375rd @ 79.99 ($20.00 off)


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Just so everyone is clear:

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Also spotted $19.99 for a surplus .50cal ammo can.

https://www.princessauto.com/en/detail/ ... -p8892994e

Princess Auto also has free shipping as well. Stack it deep.
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Hopefully you already have a gun to shoot this with otherwise you're SOL.
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Just researching the process online it seems it'll be 4-6 months to acquire the PAL , maybe longer I suppose given the current events.
Does that seem about right for those who already have a license?
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Better buy it now while it's cheap. Its only a matter of time until the price goes up as stock starts drying up. 223, 9mm, and 12g all have shortages, only thing left for now is 22lr.
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Great price and just in time. Thanks OP.
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TorontoEh wrote: Just researching the process online it seems it'll be 4-6 months to acquire the PAL , maybe longer I suppose given the current events.
Does that seem about right for those who already have a license?
Got my license back in 2013 or 2014. Only took about 1-2 months if I recall correctly. Definitely not 4-6 months.
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TorontoEh wrote: Just researching the process online it seems it'll be 4-6 months to acquire the PAL , maybe longer I suppose given the current events.
Does that seem about right for those who already have a license?
Who's offering courses at this time?
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tsaktuo1 wrote: Got my license back in 2013 or 2014. Only took about 1-2 months if I recall correctly. Definitely not 4-6 months.
You got lucky. Not a priority for the folks in RCMP with this Covid-19 situation going on. Current applicants may expect a few months delay, to say the least.
Sounds like a good deal for beginners, but many can't buy it coz their application might be stuck in processing.
OP gets my upvote for posting this anyway.
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TorontoEh wrote: Just researching the process online it seems it'll be 4-6 months to acquire the PAL , maybe longer I suppose given the current events.
Does that seem about right for those who already have a license?
If there are no red flags in your application, it will be about 45 days for it to be approved.
If there are any red flags of any kind, the file will be set aside and will need to be processed manually. Expect to wait about a year if that's the case.

With that said, no courses are being offered and new applications are not being processed right now
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Shaner wrote: If there are no red flags in your application, it will be about 45 days for it to be approved.
If there are any red flags of any kind, the file will be set aside and will need to be processed manually. Expect to wait about a year if that's the case.

With that said, no courses are being offered and new applications are not being processed right now
me and my wife apply same time
me, 2 months ok
she, 6 months and still waiting
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TorontoEh wrote: Just researching the process online it seems it'll be 4-6 months to acquire the PAL , maybe longer I suppose given the current events.
Does that seem about right for those who already have a license?
New applications are not being processed right now.

But during normal times, 45-60 days is reasonable to expect if your application is filled out correctly.
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@TorontoEh
I got my license in 30 days from the day they received my app, here in Winnipeg. That was in Oct 2019. I guess our CFO has his/her shit together. It depends on which province you're in, I hear Ontario takes the longest, whereas western provinces are pretty quick.
Not sure about any slowdowns due to the whole COVID-19 situation though,
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cedarleaf wrote: I got my license in 30 days from the day they received my app, here in Winnipeg. That was in Oct 2019. I guess our CFO has his/her shit together. It depends on which province you're in, I hear Ontario takes the longest, whereas western provinces are pretty quick,
All applicants go to the same place. How did you get your PAL if you don't even know where you mailed the application?
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Johndaly wrote: All applicants go to the same place. How did you get your PAL if you don't even know where you mailed the application?
I got a phonecall from my provincial CFO because they thought I forgot to send in a police clearance certificate from Dubai, since I was there for more than 90 days. Told her to check the file again, she put me on hold for 5 mins then came back and said congratulations, you got your license.
Even though I sent it to NB, I guess they just forward it to the provincial CFOs somewhere within the process. Took exactly 1 week to receive the card in the mail after that phonecall.
If you frequent Canadian gun forums and subreddits, you'll know that issuance times are mainly effected by the province you applied from :)

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