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    Latest powder, primer, and ammuntion storage regs from NR Can

    Thanks to BigI for sending me the link to the info. This should be the latest version of the regs...looks like it was last updated Apr 22 2014. I cut and pasted each section for smokeless powder, black powder, primers, and ammunition.

    I don't see anything in there about useless magazine requirements....you know..the must be in a wooden box using non-ferrous fasteners and be marked explosives junk. My understanding of it was that the text was left over from the days when they used to pack dynamite in wooden crates and was mindlessly cut and pasted when they started writing the powder storage regs. My (your mileage may vary) interpretation of it is that you still need to have it locked up, but if it's behind a locked door, on a shelf in your basement reloading room, you should be good. Also, I don't see an actual maximum quantity for the primer section either. Of course, my interpretation is worth everything you paid for it.


    http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/explosives/ac...rage-sale/9829

    Smokeless Powder

    Smokeless Powder is a single-based or double-based colloidal nitrocellulose mixture. These nitrocellulose mixtures are extremely flammable and can deflagrate easily under normal conditions. Under specific conditions, smokeless powder can detonate. (Type P.2)
    Acquisition

    The acquisition, storage and sale of propellants and ammunition require a dwelling, a storage unit or an explosives licence depending on the quantity and type of explosives being handled. Any person handling explosives must be at least 18 years of age or older unless otherwise exempted by the Explosives Act and Regulations.

    Storage for Use
    Dwelling

    A person may acquire and store up to 5 kilogram gross mass of smokeless powder for use in an attached dwelling if the containers are greater than 1 kilogram gross mass.

    A person may acquire and store up to 20 kilograms gross mass of smokeless powder for use in an attached dwelling if the containers are less than or equal to 1 kilogram gross mass.

    A person may acquire and store up to 25 kilograms gross mass of smokeless powder for use in a detached dwelling or a storage unit attached to a detached dwelling. This value is inclusive of all the propellant powders at the dwelling.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black power cartouches are stored in a dwelling:

    they must be stored away from flammable substances and sources of ignition. People not authorized by the user must not be given unlimited access to the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches.

    Storage Unit

    A person may acquire and store up to 75 kilograms gross mass of smokeless powder for use in a storage unit.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black powder cartouches are stored in a storage unit:

    the storage unit must be located in a dry place, away from flammable substances and sources of ignition;
    the storage unit must be constructed and maintained to prevent unauthorized access and to protect the contents from weather;
    if the storage unit is a container, it must not impede exit in case of fire;
    if the storage unit is not a container, all exits must be kept unobstructed;
    any shelving in the storage unit must be made from a non- sparking material (for example, wood or painted metal);
    nothing other than small arms cartridges may be stored with the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches;
    propellant powder, percussion caps, small arms cartridges and black powder cartouches must be stored separately from one another (for example, on different shelves or separated by a wooden barrier);
    the storage unit must be attended when it is unlocked;
    the storage unit must be kept clean, dry, organized and free of grit;
    any spill, leakage or other contamination in the storage unit must be cleaned up immediately;
    precautions that minimize the likelihood of fire in or near the storage unit must be taken; and
    a sign that displays the words “Danger — Fire Hazard/Risque d’incendie” in letters at least 10 cm high and that prohibits smoking using letters, or a symbol, at least 10 cm high must be posted on the storage unit in a clearly visible location.

    Explosives Licence

    A person may acquire and store greater than 75 kg gross mass of smokeless powder for use in a magazine if they hold an explosives licence.
    Storage for Sale
    Dwelling

    A person may acquire and store up to 5 kilogram gross mass of smokeless powder for sale in an attached dwelling if the containers are greater than 1 kilogram gross mass.

    A person may acquire and store up to 20 kilograms gross mass of smokeless powder for sale in an attached dwelling if the containers are less than or equal to 1 kilogram gross mass.

    A person may acquire and store up to 25 kilograms gross mass of smokeless powder for sale in a detached dwelling or a storage unit attached to a detached dwelling. This value is inclusive of all the propellant powders at the dwelling.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black power cartouches are stored in a dwelling:

    they must be stored away from flammable substances and sources of ignition. People not authorized by the user must not be given unlimited access to the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches.

    Display for Sale

    Propellant Powders and Percussion Caps displayed for sale must meet the following:

    No more than 12 kg of propellant powder, of which no more than 500 g may be black powder, may be displayed for sale.
    Propellant powder that is displayed for sale must be in a container that holds no more than 500 g.
    No more than 10 000 percussion caps may be displayed for sale.
    Percussion caps that are displayed for sale must be in their original packaging.
    Propellant powder and percussion caps that are displayed for sale must be kept behind a counter or locked up (for example, in a cabinet).
    Only people authorized by the retailer may have access to the area behind a sales counter.

    Storage Unit

    A person may acquire and store up to 75 kilograms gross mass of smokeless powder for sale in a storage unit.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black powder cartouches are stored in a storage unit:

    the storage unit must be located in a dry place, away from flammable substances and sources of ignition;
    the storage unit must be constructed and maintained to prevent unauthorized access and to protect the contents from weather;
    if the storage unit is a container, it must not impede exit in case of fire;
    if the storage unit is not a container, all exits must be kept unobstructed;
    any shelving in the storage unit must be made from a non- sparking material (for example, wood or painted metal);
    nothing other than small arms cartridges may be stored with the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches;
    propellant powder, percussion caps, small arms cartridges and black powder cartouches must be stored separately from one another (for example, on different shelves or separated by a wooden barrier);
    the storage unit must be attended when it is unlocked;
    the storage unit must be kept clean, dry, organized and free of grit;
    any spill, leakage or other contamination in the storage unit must be cleaned up immediately;
    precautions that minimize the likelihood of fire in or near the storage unit must be taken; and
    a sign that displays the words “Danger — Fire Hazard/Risque d’incendie” in letters at least 10 cm high and that prohibits smoking using letters, or a symbol, at least 10 cm high must be posted on the storage unit in a clearly visible location.

    Explosives Licence

    A person may acquire and store greater than 75 kg gross mass of smokeless powder for sale in a magazine if they hold an explosives licence.

    Date Modified:
    2014-04-22


    http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/explosives/ac...age-sale/15916
    Black Powder

    Black Powder, also known as gun powder, is an intimate mixture of potassium nitrate, sulphur and charcoal. This mixture is extremely flammable and is very sensitive to outside stimulus such as sparks. Under specific conditions, black powder can detonate. (Type P.1)
    Acquisition

    The acquisition, storage and sale of propellants and ammunition require a dwelling, a storage unit or an explosives licence depending on the quantity and type of explosives being handled. Any person handling explosives must be at least 18 years of age or older unless otherwise exempted by the Explosives Act and Regulations.

    Storage for Use
    Dwelling


    A person may acquire and store up to 1 kilogram gross mass of black powder for use in an attached dwelling.

    A person may acquire and store up to 3 kilograms gross mass of black powder contained in cartridges for use in an attached dwelling.

    A person may acquire and store up to 10 kilograms gross mass of black powder for use in a detached dwelling or a storage unit attached to a detached dwelling.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black power cartouches are stored in a dwelling:

    they must be stored away from flammable substances and sources of ignition. People not authorized by the user must not be given unlimited access to the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches.

    Storage Unit

    A person may acquire and store up to 75 kilograms gross mass of black powder for use in a storage unit.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black powder cartouches are stored in a storage unit:

    the storage unit must be located in a dry place, away from flammable substances and sources of ignition;
    the storage unit must be constructed and maintained to prevent unauthorized access and to protect the contents from weather;
    if the storage unit is a container, it must not impede exit in case of fire;
    if the storage unit is not a container, all exits must be kept unobstructed;
    any shelving in the storage unit must be made from a non-sparking material (for example, wood or painted metal);
    nothing other than small arms cartridges may be stored with the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches;
    propellant powder, percussion caps, small arms cartridges and black powder cartouches must be stored separately from one another (for example, on different shelves or separated by a wooden barrier);
    the storage unit must be attended when it is unlocked;
    the storage unit must be kept clean, dry, organized and free of grit;
    any spill, leakage or other contamination in the storage unit must be cleaned up immediately;
    precautions that minimize the likelihood of fire in or near the storage unit must be taken; and
    a sign that displays the words “Danger — Fire Hazard/Risque d’incendie” in letters at least 10 cm high and that prohibits smoking using letters, or a symbol, at least 10 cm high must be posted on the storage unit in a clearly visible location.


    Explosives Licence


    A person may acquire and store greater than 75 kg gross mass of black powder for use in a magazine if they hold an explosives licence.

    Storage for Sale
    Dwelling


    A person may acquire and store up to 1 kilogram gross mass of black powder for sale in an attached dwelling.

    A person may acquire and store up to 3 kilograms gross mass of black powder contained in cartridges for sale in an attached dwelling.

    A person may acquire and store up to 10 kilograms gross mass of black powder for sale in a detached dwelling or a storage unit attached to a detached dwelling.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black power cartouches are stored in a dwelling:

    they must be stored away from flammable substances and sources of ignition. People not authorized by the user must not be given unlimited access to the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches.

    Display for Sale

    Propellant Powders and Percussion Caps displayed for sale must meet the following:

    No more than 12 kg of propellant powder, of which no more than 500 g may be black powder, may be displayed for sale.
    Propellant powder that is displayed for sale must be in a container that holds no more than 500 g.
    No more than 10 000 percussion caps may be displayed for sale.
    Percussion caps that are displayed for sale must be in their original packaging.
    Propellant powder and percussion caps that are displayed for sale must be kept behind a counter or locked up (for example, in a cabinet).
    Only people authorized by the retailer may have access to the area behind a sales counter.

    Storage Unit

    A person may acquire and store up to 75 kilograms gross mass of black powder for sale in a storage unit.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black powder cartouches are stored in a storage unit:

    the storage unit must be located in a dry place, away from flammable substances and sources of ignition;
    the storage unit must be constructed and maintained to prevent unauthorized access and to protect the contents from weather;
    if the storage unit is a container, it must not impede exit in case of fire;
    if the storage unit is not a container, all exits must be kept unobstructed;
    any shelving in the storage unit must be made from a non- sparking material (for example, wood or painted metal);
    nothing other than small arms cartridges may be stored with the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches;
    propellant powder, percussion caps, small arms cartridges and black powder cartouches must be stored separately from one another (for example, on different shelves or separated by a wooden barrier);
    the storage unit must be attended when it is unlocked;
    the storage unit must be kept clean, dry, organized and free of grit;
    any spill, leakage or other contamination in the storage unit must be cleaned up immediately;
    precautions that minimize the likelihood of fire in or near the storage unit must be taken; and
    a sign that displays the words “Danger — Fire Hazard/Risque d’incendie” in letters at least 10 cm high and that prohibits smoking using letters, or a symbol, at least 10 cm high must be posted on the storage unit in a clearly visible location.

    Explosives Licence

    A person may acquire and store greater than 75 kg gross mass of black powder for sale in a magazine if they hold an explosives licence.

    Date Modified:
    2014-04-17

    http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/explosives/ac...rage-sale/9831
    Percussion Caps

    Percussion Caps, also known as primers, are small metal casings located at the base of small arms cartridges that are filled with impact sensitive explosives used to ignite propellant mixtures contained in ammunition. (Type C.3)
    Acquisition

    The acquisition, storage and sale of propellants and ammunition require a dwelling, a storage unit or an explosives licence depending on the quantity and type of explosives being handled. Any person handling explosives must be at least 18 years of age or older unless otherwise exempted by the Explosives Act and Regulations.

    Storage for Use
    Dwelling


    A person may acquire and store percussion caps for use in a dwelling.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black power cartouches are stored in a dwelling:

    they must be stored away from flammable substances and sources of ignition. People not authorized by the user must not be given unlimited access to the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches.

    Storage Unit

    A person may acquire and store percussion caps for use in a storage unit.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black powder cartouches are stored in a storage unit:

    the storage unit must be located in a dry place, away from flammable substances and sources of ignition;
    the storage unit must be constructed and maintained to prevent unauthorized access and to protect the contents from weather;
    if the storage unit is a container, it must not impede exit in case of fire;
    if the storage unit is not a container, all exits must be kept unobstructed;
    any shelving in the storage unit must be made from a non-sparking material (for example, wood or painted metal);
    nothing other than small arms cartridges may be stored with the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches;
    propellant powder, percussion caps, small arms cartridges and black powder cartouches must be stored separately from one another (for example, on different shelves or separated by a wooden barrier);
    the storage unit must be attended when it is unlocked;
    the storage unit must be kept clean, dry, organized and free of grit;
    any spill, leakage or other contamination in the storage unit must be cleaned up immediately;
    precautions that minimize the likelihood of fire in or near the storage unit must be taken; and
    a sign that displays the words “Danger — Fire Hazard/Risque d’incendie” in letters at least 10 cm high and that prohibits smoking using letters, or a symbol, at least 10 cm high must be posted on the storage unit in a clearly visible location.

    Explosives Licence


    A person may acquire and store percussion caps for use in a magazine if they hold an explosives licence.

    Storage for Sale
    Dwelling


    A person may acquire and store percussion caps for sale in a dwelling.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black power cartouches are stored in a dwelling:

    they must be stored away from flammable substances and sources of ignition. People not authorized by the user must not be given unlimited access to the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches.

    Display for Sale

    Propellant Powders and Percussion Caps displayed for sale must meet the following:

    No more than 12 kg of propellant powder, of which no more than 500 g may be black powder, may be displayed for sale.
    Propellant powder that is displayed for sale must be in a container that holds no more than 500 g.
    No more than 10 000 percussion caps may be displayed for sale.
    Percussion caps that are displayed for sale must be in their original packaging.
    Propellant powder and percussion caps that are displayed for sale must be kept behind a counter or locked up (for example, in a cabinet).
    Only people authorized by the retailer may have access to the area behind a sales counter.

    Storage Unit

    A person may acquire and store percussion caps for sale in a storage unit.

    When propellant powders, percussion caps or black powder cartouches are stored in a storage unit:

    the storage unit must be located in a dry place, away from flammable substances and sources of ignition;
    the storage unit must be constructed and maintained to prevent unauthorized access and to protect the contents from weather;
    if the storage unit is a container, it must not impede exit in case of fire;
    if the storage unit is not a container, all exits must be kept unobstructed;
    any shelving in the storage unit must be made from a non-sparking material (for example, wood or painted metal);
    nothing other than small arms cartridges may be stored with the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches;
    propellant powder, percussion caps, small arms cartridges and black powder cartouches must be stored separately from one another (for example, on different shelves or separated by a wooden barrier);
    the storage unit must be attended when it is unlocked;
    the storage unit must be kept clean, dry, organized and free of grit;
    any spill, leakage or other contamination in the storage unit must be cleaned up immediately;
    precautions that minimize the likelihood of fire in or near the storage unit must be taken; and
    a sign that displays the words “Danger — Fire Hazard/Risque d’incendie” in letters at least 10 cm high and that prohibits smoking using letters, or a symbol, at least 10 cm high must be posted on the storage unit in a clearly visible location.

    Explosives Licence

    A person may acquire and store percussion caps for sale in a magazine if they hold an explosives licence.

    Date Modified:
    2014-04-16

    http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/explosives/ac...rage-sale/9833
    Ammunition

    Small Arms Cartridges, also known as ammunition, are an assembly of primers, propellant powders, metal casings and bullets used to fire a projectile from firearms. (Type C.1)
    Acquisition

    The acquisition, storage and sale of propellants and ammunition require a dwelling, a storage unit or an explosives licence depending on the quantity and type of explosives being handled. Any person handling explosives must be at least 18 years of age or older unless otherwise exempted by the Explosives Act and Regulations.

    Storage for Use
    Dwelling


    A person may acquire and store up to 225 kilograms net explosives quantity of ammunition for use in a dwelling.

    When small arms cartridges are stored in a dwelling:

    they must be stored away from flammable substances and sources of ignition. People not authorized by the retailer must not be given unlimited access to the cartridges.

    Storage Unit

    A person may acquire and store up to 225 kilograms net explosives quantity of ammunition for use in a storage unit.

    When small arms cartridges are stored in a storage unit:

    the storage unit must be located in a dry place, away from flammable substances and sources of ignition;
    the storage unit must be constructed and maintained to prevent unauthorized access and to protect the contents from weather;
    if the storage unit is a container, it must not impede exit in case of fire;
    if the storage unit is not a container, all exits must be kept unobstructed;
    any shelving in the storage unit must be made from a non-sparking material (for example, wood or painted metal);
    nothing other than propellant powder and percussion caps may be stored with the small arms cartridges;
    small arms cartridges, propellant powder and percussion caps must be stored separately from one another (for example, on different shelves or separated by a wooden barrier);
    the storage unit must be attended when it is unlocked;
    the storage unit must be kept clean, dry, organized and free of grit;
    any spill, leakage or other contamination in the storage unit must be cleaned up immediately;
    precautions that minimize the likelihood of fire in or near the storage unit must be taken; and
    a sign that displays the words “Danger — Fire Hazard/Risque d’incendie” in letters at least 10 cm high and that prohibits smoking using letters, or a symbol, at least 10 cm high must be posted on the storage unit in a clearly visible location.

    Explosives Licence


    A person may acquire and store greater than 225 kilograms net explosives quantity of ammunition for use in a magazine if they hold an explosives licence.
    Storage for Sale
    Dwelling

    A person may acquire and store up to 225 kilograms net explosives quantity of ammunition for sale in a dwelling.

    When small arms cartridges are stored in a dwelling:

    they must be stored away from flammable substances and sources of ignition. People not authorized by the retailer must not be given unlimited access to the cartridges.

    Storage Unit

    A person may acquire and store up to 225 kilograms net explosives quantity of ammunition for sale in a storage unit.

    When small arms cartridges are stored in a storage unit:

    the storage unit must be located in a dry place, away from flammable substances and sources of ignition;
    the storage unit must be constructed and maintained to prevent unauthorized access and to protect the contents from weather;
    if the storage unit is a container, it must not impede exit in case of fire;
    if the storage unit is not a container, all exits must be kept unobstructed;
    any shelving in the storage unit must be made from a non-sparking material (for example, wood or painted metal);
    nothing other than propellant powder and percussion caps may be stored with the small arms cartridges;
    small arms cartridges, propellant powder and percussion caps must be stored separately from one another (for example, on different shelves or separated by a wooden barrier);
    the storage unit must be attended when it is unlocked;
    the storage unit must be kept clean, dry, organized and free of grit;
    any spill, leakage or other contamination in the storage unit must be cleaned up immediately;
    precautions that minimize the likelihood of fire in or near the storage unit must be taken; and
    a sign that displays the words “Danger — Fire Hazard/Risque d’incendie” in letters at least 10 cm high and that prohibits smoking using letters, or a symbol, at least 10 cm high must be posted on the storage unit in a clearly visible location.

    Explosives Licence

    A person may acquire and store greater than 225 kilograms net explosives quantity of ammunition for sale in a magazine if they hold an explosives licence.

    Date Modified:
    2014-04-15


    Here is a video from the CSSA general meeting, featuring the top dog at the NR Can explosives division, talking specifically about ammo, powder, primers, ammo, and everything that goes boom that concerns us. Credit and thanks to RangeBob for bringing it to my attention !


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    What - if any - impact does this have on ammo? The only "cartridges" that seems to reference is black powder cartouches.

    No powder weight is given on boxes of ammo so there is no way for the consumer to know how much powder the consumer is in possession of.

    Would think it would be hard to go after someone for having too much powder spread throughout their gazillion rounds when there is no way for that someone to know.

    Now my brain hurts.

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    ^ Don't overthink it, this is just for powder.
    The powder in assembled ammo is a freebie.
    What bothers me is:
    A person may acquire and store up to 5 kilogram gross mass of smokeless powder for use in an attached dwelling if the containers are greater than 1 kilogram gross mass.

    A person may acquire and store up to 20 kilograms gross mass of smokeless powder for use in an attached dwelling if the containers are less than or equal to 1 kilogram gross mass.

    A person may acquire and store up to 25 kilograms gross mass of smokeless powder for use in a detached dwelling or a storage unit attached to a detached dwelling. This value is inclusive of all the propellant powders at the dwelling.
    So, if you're in a side by side, you're allowed one 8lb jug or two 5lbers, but you can have 44 one pounders.
    A single family home, I guess anything goes, up to 55lbs.
    I know we're a metric country, but how about using actual measurements that relate to anything in the reloading world.

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    So when Spring comes I could call the feds and tell them I think I have too many 55 gallon drums of powder buried under my garden and I would like someone to come get them and remove them... and when they find none I can thank them for tilling the soil for me?

    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaidheal View Post
    So when Spring comes I could call the feds and tell them I think I have too many 55 gallon drums of powder buried under my garden and I would like someone to come get them and remove them... and when they find none I can thank them for tilling the soil for me?

    LOL
    Better yet, just have a few smaller containers buried in the garden and just detonate in the spring for your tilling needs!
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    I just put the black powder, primer, and ammo storage stuff up there too.
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    "People not authorized by the user must not be given unlimited access to the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches."

    So if they accuse you of not locking it up, just say that everyone in the home is authorized by you.. I don't see any limitations on who you are allowed to authorize. Therefore being unlocked doesn't mean anyone unauthorized has access because everyone is authorized

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobusten View Post
    "People not authorized by the user must not be given unlimited access to the propellant powder, percussion caps or black powder cartouches."

    So if they accuse you of not locking it up, just say that everyone in the home is authorized by you.. I don't see any limitations on who you are allowed to authorize. Therefore being unlocked doesn't mean anyone unauthorized has access because everyone is authorized
    Unless you have children I suppose.. Lucky me! haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobusten View Post
    Unless you have children I suppose.. Lucky me! haha
    I've been conscripting help from my kids in the reloading room for years. You don't expect me to do all that work myself do you ?
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    My 8 year old grand daughter loves pulling the press handle, so I figured she is authorized.
    So I have an 8 pound jug, and an out 20 1 pounders, it sounds like having that one 8 pounder limits me to 12 pounds, but if I take that out I can have 44 pounds?

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