If you live outside of the United States and you wish to buy or sell items, please make sure you understand and obey all firearms laws in your country and follow all of the proper import/export procedures. Firearms laws vary greatly from country to country.
Canadian Buyers/Sellers: Click here for the Canadian Firearms Centre.
Firearms must be exported from the United States via a licensed exporter located within the US. The US exporter will work with an importer in the buyer's country to complete the paperwork to get the item legally out of the US and through customs in the other country.
Some exporters are listed on our International FFL page. You can also search "firearm exporters" using a common Internet search engine (e.g., Google) to find a company to export the firearm.
Buyers located outside of the US:
If you live outside the US and wish to purchase an item, please contact the seller of the item before placing a bid to verify that the seller is willing to participate in the export process. Firearms must be exported from the US by a licensed exporter. Most countries require the items to be shipped to a licensed importer located in your country. The buyer is responsible for making all export/import arrangements and paying all import/export fees and tariffs.
Making export arrangements before placing a bid:
If you live outside the US and would like to bid on or purchase an item, please make export arrangements before placing a bid or purchasing the item. Once the arrangements are made, and you bid on and win an item, the seller is instructed to ship the item to the exporter. The exporter then handles the process of getting the item shipped to you.
Depending on the country you live in, there may be restrictions on the types of items that can be imported. For example, it is virtually impossible to send a handgun to Japan. We recommend you contact the licensed exporter directly for further information regarding the export process.