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    Wello, at the shot show those rofles where $5K roughly minus the optics.

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    Yeah the one i wanted with that monster barrel and McM A5 came in at over $7K MINUS the scope :shock:

    At the show the cheapest tactical based i saw was in the high 4'2 minus the scope and no McM stock.

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    I've been told that exporting the 700p is a no-go by the US government. Has anyone tried to export a Tac-Ops recently?

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    Yes actually we have 4 TacOps in the process.

    One is about to Ship, the other has all permits in the US and in Aus all approved.

    If you use a reputable exporter (Questar - Sean Orr) you will have no issues.

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    Sounds good, much obliged.

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    Can you tell me what documents the US requires for export? (e.g. your name, adress, telephone number, date of birth, import license from your side, copy of ID etc.)

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    Basically you need an import permit (original and in english), a DSP-83 (end user statement) and a purchase order. With these, a company like Questar can obtain an export license. Contact Sean Orr at Questar for more information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leong
    Basically you need an import permit (original and in english), a DSP-83 (end user statement) and a purchase order. With these, a company like Questar can obtain an export license. Contact Sean Orr at Questar for more information.
    Thanks for answering the question.

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    Hey Gunfan sorry i just saw this.

    Yes what Leong said is correct. First up you need to get an Import permit issued in your own country. Once that is issued, you need to locate a Dealer who will act as your agent and collect the rifle from customs on your behalf. The dealer must then sign off on the DSP-83.

    What you also need is an official Purchase Order to give to Sean as well with your Import Permit and DSP83. If anyone needs this, PM me i have the template you can use.

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    DannyBoj, thanks for the reply, nice info.

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