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Firearm Purchase Terms & Procedure

Purchase Procedure

Upon receipt of payment, one of our Sales Assistants will confirm availability of the firearm, and allocate the applicant with the firearm and serial number. The applicant will then be contacted in order to obtain any other required information.

We will provide, in due course, the required SAPS 271 (Application for Licence To Possess a Firearm) form. This can be collected in store, sent via email or couriered to the applicant (Quoted Seperately).

It is up to the applicant to ensure that the application is submitted with all the required documents, to their nearest police station. Enquire in-store for assistance with Motivation Letters and Applications at an extra fee.

The firearm can be collected in-store or couriered (Quoted Seperately) only once the license is provided along with a copy of the applicant’s ID.


A 50% handeling charge will be levied on the purchase price of firearm/s if you cancel or fail to appeal against your refusal from Central Firearms Register.

Any firearm purchased and not collected within a reasonable time-frame determined by Target Line (not shorter than 3 years), without informing Target Line management of your current application status or your intention to apply for the firearm, may be resold to defray costs.

The applicant is subject to all laws and requirements of the Firearms Control Act 60/2000. Which includes, but is not limited to, the following:
1. The Applicant must be over the age of 21 (Unless otherwise stated in the act)
2. In order to apply for a firearm licence, the applicant must first complete the prescribed firearm training and obtain competency from the South African Police Service.
3. The applicant has not been declared unfit to posess a firearm in terms of the act.