Marshal Precision can ship internationally to most countries. If your country allows you to have firearms and firearm parts, we should be able to ship it to you.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) is the authority responsible for firearms export in New Zealand.
First of all, you will need a permit to import the firearm into your country. If you don't need a permit, email us a link of the responsible body stating so or post us a certified letter reflecting this information. The permit will need to be specific about the exact type of firearm. We will also need a formal order describing the products you want with your name, address, phone number and quantity on. You can send this information to
After receiving this document, we will start the export permit process and send it to MFAT (a decision may take 2-3 weeks). If, for any reason, MFAT declines the application, we accept no responsibility for any loses incurred by the importer. All costs to Marshal Precision in the course of applying for the MFAT permit will be covered by the customer.
On approval of your export application we will ask you to pay for the firearm/part, freight estimate and documentation/export fee.
Payment must be done via wire/bank transfer.
Marshal Precision must use an airfreight to ship firearms out of the country.
Airfreight can usually be arranged within five working days of us receiving the MFAT approval and you paying for the firearm, freight and documentation/export fees. Sometimes this may take a little longer. For an estimated price, contact us.
More information coming soon as our laws are changing.