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RP_Drama No, it is illegal so don't do something stupid as taking the bow with you. Cops would love to see a stupid gringo bring something like that so that they can extort money from you on fear.

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R.Barnes shame on you for promoting bribery, {$20 bill was usually accepted when offered.} thats why country is corrupt because of people like you.
R. Barnes That is truly a good question. I don't know the legality of it, but I have routinely been taking archery equipment back and forth across the Mexican border for about 20 years. I was asked about a ShopSmith, other equipment, and bow parts in various stages of manufacture, by Aduana once, and nobody seemed concerned. I wouldn't take that as an answer to the legality question though.
I've taken things of questionable legality into Mexico before by asking the inspector if there was a "special permit" that I didn't know about, and if the inspector would be kind enough to pay it for me. A single $20 bill was usually accepted when offered. I don't know about the actual legality though. As my Mexican business partner once said, " In Mexico, anything can be arranged with money." Wink
bhance Man, you got me on that one.

The current wording is 'Arms, weapons, ammunition or explosives', so the question comes down to whether they consider a bow as 'arms', I suppose. Also, after searching around, some places have further sub-regulations on things like knives and the general heading 'weapons'.

Furthering the confusion, you can actually get permits to bring certain things in for hunting etc. but this takes hiring a broker and doing the paperwork. Again, everything I've read on this is all referring to guns, and no mention of bows, etc.

If I were you I'd run this by the Mexican consulate in Nogales or Tucson. They, in turn, might just send you to a cusoms broker, but I seriously have no idea where bows and arrows fall into this hierarchy of laws.

Let me know what they say, I'm really curious to hear the answer to this one

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dougumbarger I am very aware no guns or ammo are allowed but what about a compound bow? The dunes are a great place to target practice without losing or breaking arrows.
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