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What US State Department paperwork is required for loaned guns for T&E? Purchased guns?

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Loaned gun
  • Import permit – Original or certified copy signed by the foreign government or a letter from  the end user stating that one is not needed.
  • Letter of Request – This is from the end user and should state what the export is for.
  • Security, Storage and Return Date – A letter or statement (this can be in the Letter of Request) that states how the guns will be stored and protected and when they will be returned to Milkor.

Please note that English translations must be provided for foreign language documents.

 

Purchased gun
    • DSP-83 (End User Certificate) – Signed original DSP-83, which needs to match the purchase order and does not need to include shipping. Training/Orientation needs to be listed. Below is the link for the current version and instructions. http://pmddtc.state.gov/licensing/documents/dsp_83.pdf
    • Import permit – Original or certified copy signed by a competent official, or a letter from the end user stating that one is not needed.
    • Signed Original Purchase Order – This has to meet the following requirements:
  1. Must be on the customer’s letterhead.
  2. Must be dated – Purchase orders with dates older than one year will not be accepted by the Department of State.
  3. Commodities with quantities, descriptions and unit price of all items being purchased must be listed and this has to match the DSP-83.
  4. Must include shipping charges
  5. Must include the total price in US dollars
  • End Use Statement – Must be on the customer’s letterhead and signed. It needs to state the end user and the end use of the product.
  • This does not have to be a separate document, the info can be added to the purchase order or import permit.
  • Foreign Intermediate Consignee – Full names, addresses and their role in the transaction for foreign parties involved; including freight forwarders, customs brokers, agents or representatives, and brokers.

 

Please note that English translations must be provided for foreign language documents.

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