Transporting Firearm and/or Ammunition to the Czech Republic
04.02.2008 / 07:05
Basic Facts about Transporting a Firearm and/or Ammunition to the Czech Republic
If you are travelling to the Czech Republic with a firearm and/or ammunition, you must present to the Immigration Officer with a Firearms Permit. You will also need such a permit if you are sending the firearms or ammunition to the Czech Republic by mail.
To obtain the Firearms Permit through the Consulate, please follow the instructions below:
- complete and sign the application form (see bellow), signature must be verified by Justice of Peace
- copy of the valid passport - photocopy must be verified by Justice of Peace
- add the fee for each firearm or ammunition. Fee will be waived if an official invitation to an international shooting competition is submitted along with the application (call us to find out the amount to be paid)
- submit a copy of your Firearms Licence - photocopy must be verified by Justice of Peace
- submit a copy of your Firearm Registration Certificate for each firearm entered on the application form - photocopy must be verified by Justice of Peace
- If applying by mail, please enclose a self-addressed Registered Post or Express Post envelope and your telephone number and/or email address.
The Firearms Permit will be issued by our office within a week upon the receipt of your application. Please note that the fees can be paid by cash, certified bank cheque or money order payable to the "Consulate of the Czech Republic in Sydney". We do not accept personal cheques/ company cheques.