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Thread: sending a stock by post/freighting permit required ya or nay

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    sending a stock by post/freighting permit required ya or nay

    hi if selling a rifle stock and it needs posting to another buyer do they need a permit i couldnt find any info but a shop in town said yes any help would be great cheers

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    Yes mate, mail order form required now for stocks etc.

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    so if i was to send my stock away to be hydrodipped in theory id need a permit to ship it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmax View Post
    Yes mate, mail order form required now for stocks etc.
    ^ What he said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hbwanderer View Post
    so if i was to send my stock away to be hydrodipped in theory id need a permit to ship it??
    Was that a stock or "cricket bat" you sent to get dipped ? lol

    You just gotta laugh at all these new regs, Fuck me this country has gone mental aye
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hbwanderer View Post
    so if i was to send my stock away to be hydrodipped in theory id need a permit to ship it??
    In this case I believe if the dipper is a registered dealer then you do not need a permit if you send from another dealer. The item is not changing ownership therefore does not need a permit or any need to check the license of the receiver.

    Example. To send a rifle to trueflight you do not need a permit. You just need to drop into your nearest dealer who will send and then it will be returned to the same dealer for you to pick up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hbwanderer View Post
    so if i was to send my stock away to be hydrodipped in theory id need a permit to ship it??
    I would ask the hydrodipping company or your arms officer. The Arms Act wording seems to limited to selling of a part, with no mention of other situations.
    https://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/.../DLM72977.html

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    hi thanks all may just keep it not worth the hassel for the buyer unless they really want it

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    NZ Post or couriers move 5000 parcels the size of a cricket bat everyday around NZ.
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