hear in Canada you fill out a form and send it to the government it is done as part of a gun sale if you owned the gun pre registry you can register it talk to the friendly staff at your local gun store they can walk you trough it they do it everyday
as a side note historically gun registration has ALWAYS lead to confiscation most recently in Australia and the UK and alarmingly right here in Canada mostly handguns that they suddenly deemed illegal so if you are lucky enough to own a unregistered gun leave in that way un registered because it and you is safest that way but in the end the choice is yours
Additional answer: it depends on where you are. In the U.S. there is no mandatory registration nationally for regular firearms. A few states require it, but only a few.
You would have to go to your local gun shop and register your firearm there. Then, after completing that, you would have to go the gun range and register yourself there, with your gun permit.
Depends on where you are. In MOST of the US, there is no requirement to register an ordinary firearm. There is also no place to register a gun- on line or otherwise.
Depends on what state you are in. In MOST of the US, there IS no requirement to register a gun.
Texas does not have gun registration.
Texas does not require gun registration.
There is no requirement to register guns in Florida- or in most of the US.
Yes. You can buy a gun through a private sale or gun show.
No, since it is your gun, and if your on your property.
No, Ohio doesn't require gun registration.
in MOST of the US, there is no requirement to register a gun.
It depends on where you are. In most of the U.S. states, you do not register guns.
Realistically, you can't.
A felon, unless he petitions to have his rights restored, cannot even POSSESS a gun much less register one.
Contact the CA DOJ
Gun registration is regulated by state. There is no federal gun registry, yet. You have to check with your state's gun laws.