Showing 1 of 99 conversations about:
View Full Discussion
The knife I wanted comes on Massdrop, but since knives are only US now yay...
If you know and trust someone in the US you could see if they'd be willing to proxy-purchase it for you. Essentially, they'd purchase the knife and ship it to themselves, and then ship it out again (internationally) for a small fee (or free). Could definitely be worth a shot at these prices.
I feel like the issue is just that they keep getting seized by customs.
Well according to Massdrop's statement that is the casse, but it's just annoying if you know your knive-laws and regulations and would've no problem :/
If you know a friend in a place like Vancouver's Lower Mainland Area, you can have them ship it to a receiving outlet and bring it across the border. As long as they declare it properly, they should get most knives across without issue or much hassle; the caveat being some knives like automatics will never make it across due to prohibition.