On July 23, 2014, the Government of Canada announced an expansion of this amnesty. It now permits the owner of an affected firearm to:
a. Possess the firearm;
b. Deliver the firearm to a peace officer, firearms officer or chief firearms officer;
c. Sell or give the firearm to a business — including a museum — authorized to acquire and possess prohibited firearms;
d. Transport the firearm for the purposes of (b) or (c) or
e. Use the firearm in target practice or at a target shooting competition under the auspices of an approved shooting club or shooting range, and transport it for this purpose.
Owners of affected firearms should contact the range they intend to visit prior to attendance, to confirm the range can accommodate their firearm.