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Are these products legal to carry in Canada?

Is this legal in Canada? We get this question ALL the time! So we decided to make a separate section explaining the laws and regulations surrounding our products.

Knuckles

In Canada, brass knuckles, or any similar devices, are listed as prohibited weapons; possession of such weapon is a criminal offence under the Criminal Code.

Plastic knuckles are legal in Canada!

What does this mean for you? You are legally allowed to carry plastic knuckles of any kind! And our high quality Polymer Knuckles are guaranteed to not break!

Do you want to read more about this?

See: CBSA Memeorandum D19-13-2 for more info!

Stun Batons

According to Canadian Law, any baton longer than 480mm is legal to own and possess. Because this Baton measures over the 480 mm, it is legal to own. 

It is important to note that it is a crime under section 90 of the Criminal Code to carry any weapon, including a baton, in a concealed fashion.

What does this mean for you? You are legally allowed to carry this baton. However, like any legal weapon in Canada, it is not allowed to be used, even in self defense. And this may not stop the police from taking it away from you. Exercise caution and don't produce this object in public is our friendly advice to you.

Batons

There is no law that prohibits batons; except for spring-loaded batons. However, it is a crime under section 90 of the Criminal Code to carry any weapon, including a baton, in a concealed fashion.

 

All of our Batons are therefore legal to own. However, be warned that law enforcement may take any baton or weapon away from you if you have it out in public. The law allows ownership, but not with the intent to use, even in self defense.

Training Gear

The CBSA has no restrictions against carrying or using plastic versions of their real counterparts, which means that you are able to carry these types of equipment!
The law is clear in that objects made for training purposes are not to be considered dangerous or illegal.