Well, make do with what you got. I'd like a better rifle, but certain laws where I live don't allow me. and because I'm a reservist, I don't have access to the fancy standard issue C7s here. So I'm stuck with my two Lee Enfields and a 1912-pattern Winchester.
Replica firearms (i.e.: "any device that is designed or intended to exactly resemble, or to resemble with near precision, a firearm, and that itself is not a firearm, but does not include any such device that is designed or intended to exactly resemble, or to resemble with near precision, an antique firearm")
Suppressors (i.e.: "a device or contrivance designed or intended to muffle or stop the sound or report of a firearm")
Handgun barrels that are 105 millimetres (4.1 in) and under (excluding barrels of pistols used in international sporting competitions governed by the rules of the International Shooting Union)
Electrical or mechanical devices designed or adapted to render the trigger mechanism of a semi-automatic firearm to discharge in a fully automatic fashion
"Any rifle, shotgun or carbine stock of the type known as the “bull-pup” design, being a stock that, when combined with a firearm, reduces the overall length of the firearm such that a substantial part of the reloading action or the magazine-well is located behind the trigger of the firearm when it is held in the normal firing position.(i.e.: only removable stocks are prohibited by this regulation, fixed-stock firearms such as the FN P90 and IWI Tavor are excluded)
This is why Canadian politics suck. Also, magazine capacity is limited to 5 rounds for semi-auto rifles. Any rifles with the ability to go full auto are prohibited, as well as any semi that was once full auto. The AR-15 and all associated rifles are in the restricted list, but I have to wait another 4 years before I'm eligible for that level of license.