Export Service Fee Flat Rate $50.00 (Fee Only)
S&H are extra. For shipment UNDER
$100.00 in wholesale cost.
This makes up less than 1% of all our exports
. This is the US DOS Fee only. Many restrictions apply as this is an instant approval via US DOS ITAR.
be used to export any: Firearms, Ammunition or Magazines
Can NOT be used to ship to any Black Listed Country i.e. Iran, North Korea, etc... or any Trade Restricted Countries i.e. Iraq, Afghanistan, China, Some Russian Federations, Most of the Middle East (Israel is OK), 90% of Africa countries, etc.
In other words BEFORE
you click "add to cart" email me with EXACT
items and where it is going.
We deal with REAL WHOLESALE PRICES
not so BS you just made up to make it work. It also does not matter what you paid for the item... this is to avoid false statements / perjury
... All that counts is what is the wholesale cost if purchased from a manufacturer.
There is a HANDLING FEE
of $69.00 attached to this ITAR Small Package permit which is actually for Express Mail Shipping
in order to track and comply with US DOS Export Policies). This fee will be adjusted depending on the items weight and where it is going to. The $69.00 which appears on the payment area is a BASE
fee and can be adjusted up or down.
MFI is a registered
US DOS ITAR Exporter. We pay in excess of $4000.00 every year
for this permit.
This item can also be used for NON-MFI
products. Meaning you can send items to us and we can ship them for you. All items are open and inspected to be 100% sure they are legal to export.
US Customs & Border Protection WILL
open the package regardless of the shipping method.
Approval to Export is NOT
an Approval to Import into your country
. Every country has it's own set of Import Regulations and it is impossible to know what those laws are, nor do we care as it is your job to find out this information. For this reason this Fee
and S&H cost
are NOT REFUNDABLE
for any reason.
An example of this is:
Can you import Peanuts or Sugar into the USA? The answer is "NO
" as we have had an embargo on both of these items to protect local USA growers since 1885. The embargo is lifted only when the supply runs dry.