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Old 02-24-2014, 09:10 AM
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Does anyone have experience or knowledge about bringing guns from Canada/United States to Romania? I'm planning on moving to Romania this year and I would love to get some information on how to legally bring my guns so I can go hunting in Romania. Thanks
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DIDNT you post this awhile back ?? why not just call customs. or lookit up on the net ???
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DIDNT you post this awhile back ?? why not just call customs. or lookit up on the net ???
Yes I did, but didn't see any feedback in the old thread I piggy backed off of so I typed the question again as a new subject. (Forgive me as I'm still learning to navigate the forum.) That said, I did get some good suggestions about a week later from people.

I have looked numerous times BTW on the internet to no avail. Romanian regulationss/services are not anything like the accessibility we have in the US. I also went in person to the police department in Bucharest (they were no help - they said it was impossible) as well as the Consulate in Romania (which told me to go online WTF).

That said, posters on this forum suggested I talk to the Romanian Consulate in the United States (which I didn't even think of) as they will have more information and be much better informed. This good suggestion I will be following.

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I'm guessing that would be a NO.
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No you can't take yer guns to Romania,you might be told yes, do bring them, only to be set up and spend yer life in prison.
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Don't bring them there. Go here and bring some back!
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You can bring your guns to romania but you need to bring all the papers/licenses with you and you need to have booked a hunt beforehead and notify the authorities beforehead (not sure about the last point). but usually, if you book a hunt, the firm where you ook takes care of all the paperwork on the romanian side. all you need to tell them is what, when and where you want to hunt.
I've been bear hunting with germans, deer hunting with some spanish dude etc. it's not different for US cinizens.
Hunting here is not like in the us, where u pay some tax, take the rifle from the locker and go alone in the woods.
Here you need to go to the woods in a hunt organized by some authorized to do it (be it state or private) and you need to be accompanied by one or more of them.
My wife worked for a company who sells forest fruits and organizez brown bear hunts, roedeer, and about anything thats legal for hunting here.
im not a hunter myself but have been as a german translator for german hunters, as a part time job a couple of times.
I even helped an old hunter carry his old 8x68s steyr trough the customs at the romanian airport because he was like 80+ years and it was too heavy for him. no problems with the customs, they ask about how many shots you fired and where the cases of the bullets are (doesnt matter, i kept like 3 of them as a memory of the hunt and they didnt ask me where they are). they count your bullets, inspect your papers and you're off to the airport.

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Thanks Bereciucas,

Do you have any suggestions on hunt clubs around Bucharaest or Brasov that you would recommend?
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Do you have any suggestions on hunt clubs around Bucharaest or Brasov that you would recommend?
Nope and I don't want to recommend the guys i know since it would be a subjective perspective. I do not know if they're the best or worst. I can however look into it but more likely at the end of the week.
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