Canada’s # 1 source for Denix made, non-firing replicas of historical weapons:
from Colonial, Civil War to Old West era.


These non-firing DENIX replicas should be used ONLY in the home as scale model displays or collector’s item, or for theatrical or training purposes. They should be ALWAYSbe used under the supervision of a responsible adult. They should NEVER be carried on the street, pointed at anyone, hidden on your person, or left carelessly in your car. DO NOTleave them where they are accessible to unsupervised children or irresponsible adults.

The carrying, handling or brandishing in public of any model that resembles a real weapon may be in violation of the law, may create undue apprehension on the part of law enforcement officers or other person, and could result in INJURY to the person handling the model. Be sure to check your local laws for any restrictions regarding replica guns.


Do not let children play with these models. It is not a playing thing, and could cause harm if used improperly. There is a risk of entrapment in moving parts of the trigger mechanisms.

Do not point these models at other people, even as a joke. It could cause alarm or be seen as a thread, with serious or even deadly consequences.

Avoid excessive dry-firing as this may cause breakage.

To avoid mechanical failures, keep these models clean and lightly lubricated.

The manufacturer, distributor, or seller disclaims any and all responsibility for the improper use of these DENIX models.


Replicas of antique firearms, as defined by the Firearm Act and Criminal Code and corresponding regulations, are not prohibited in Canada. 

We sell replicas of antique firearms and no federal license is required to buy, sell or posses replicas of antique firearms in Canada.

Replicas of Antique Firearms – definition
“Although replica firearms are made to look like the original, they are distinct from reproductions or antiques. Replicas look the same, but are different because they cannot discharge projectiles at all, or can discharge only harmless projectiles. Replicas of antiques are not considered firearms. Under the law they are treated the same as antiques”

*** Firearms manufactured after 1898 are considered modern firearms and such are prohibited in Canada.