U.S. man convicted of gun smuggling at Emerson border
Canada Border Services warns those crossing border to declare goods, including guns
The Canada Border Services Agency said officers found an undeclared revolver when Curtis Carneal Roberson crossed the border on May 6.
The CBSA said it had been disassembled, but the cylinder was loaded.
People crossing the border must declare goods, including firearms, or face possible charges under the Customs Act.
CBSA said last year, southern Manitoba officers seized 21 prohibited firearms, 18 restricted firearms and 141 prohibited devices, most of them at Emerson