Pricing for Australia & New Zealand

Dealers in Australia and New Zealand should visit our “Services for Businesses” page.

EXPORT PRICING

(USA → Australia / New Zealand)

All prices are in U.S. Dollars ($USD).

FIREARMS (MODERN: manufactured 1899 or later)

$349 for the first gun, + $199 for each additional gun on the same shipment.[1]

+ 5% of the total value of exported merchandise [2% on portion above $5k];

For 5+ guns, contact Borderview for a custom quote.

ANTIQUE FIREARMS (manufactured pre-1899, excludes shotguns)

$199 for the first antique gun[2], + $75 for each additional antique gun on the same shipment.

+ 5% of the total value of exported merchandise [2% on portion above $5k];

PARTS, COMPONENTS, ACCESSORIES, OPTICAL SCOPES & AMMUNITION*

$199 for the first line item[3], + $99 for each additional line item on the same shipment.

+ 5% of the total value of exported merchandise [2% on portion above $5k];

When shipped with Firearms, each line item including the first is $99.

For 10+ line items, contact Borderview for a custom quote.

*Ammunition is generally extremely cost-prohibitive to ship by air freight.

SMALL PARTS EXEMPTION (certain parts[4] under $100 USD total value)

$49 for the first line item, + $39 for each additional line item on the same shipment.

+ 5% of the value of the exported merchandise;

SHIPPING / DELIVERY

Shipping Costs Vary – Average $50 to $75 for a long gun; $30 to $50 for a handgun.

Ammunition is generally extremely cost-prohibitive to ship by air freight.

Customer is responsible for all shipping & insurance costs, billed at actual rates.

TAXES / DUTIES

Customer is responsible for applicable taxes, duties and Customs fees.

OTHER EXPORT OPTIONS & CHARGES

Excess Storage (>30 days, at customer request): $10 / month

Missing / Incomplete Transfer Form: $25 / each

Re-packaging in hard case, for firearms received in very poor packaging: $25

Other / Gunsmith: varies, custom quotes available.

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[1] The “same shipment” means guns or items that arrive to our office around the same time and are thus exported / imported at the same time.  If ordering multiple guns, contact us if you wish to ensure simultaneous shipment.

[2] Firearms manufactured before 1899 are antique by U.S. standards, but may not be Antique in your country. Such firearms qualify for Antique pricing if the date of manufacture can be confirmed by Borderview, but may require additional paperwork in your country.

[3] A “line item” is a reasonable quantity of a single model/type of item. For example, 4 barrels of the same make, length and caliber is one line item, whereas 2 each of two calibers would be two line items.

[4] Small Parts Exemption only applies to certain firearm parts, and excludes: full-auto parts, ammo components, barrels, receivers, complete breech mechanisms, parts made in embargoed countries, and shotgun trigger mechanisms, magazines and tubes.