Canadian gun law is a gun law that regulates the use, possession, transportation and storage of firearms within Canada. In Canada, firearms are controlled by the Firearms Act, the subordinate regulations, and criminal code. A good definition of the main categories of firearms found in Canada can be found in the Criminal code. There are main two categories which include prohibited non- restricted and restricted firearms. The Canadian gun law requires one to have a valid firearm license to be in a place to transport, have and store a firearm in Canada. This gun law has the licensing and the registration need for the possession and acquisition of the firearms. The requirements listed by the Canadian gun law are usually administered by Royal Canadian Mounted Police through Canadian firearms program. Canadian gun law requires one to pass a test before being issued with a license. In addition, the applicant must also undergo the background checks which involve the testing of mental health, domestic violent records, and the addiction. At the federal level, the firearms are regulated by part III of the criminal code and Firearms Act. However, provinces, territories, and municipalities have added laws that may apply. Ordinary shotguns and rifles that are used for hunting are good examples of non-restricted guns. Some of the military shotguns and rifles are prohibited. The prohibited guns include the 32 and the 25 caliber handguns that have a length of 105mm or even shorter. Other examples of prohibited guns are some military rifles like AK47, converted automatics, and fully automatic firearms. Restricted guns include handguns and semi-automatic long guns.