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Airgun import experiences - via post/ courier route

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Re: Airgun import experiences - via post/ courier route

Postby mayankbanerjee1 » Wed May 30, 2018 3:37 pm

Bullo oka wrote:I'm bit confused, what do you mean by hell. Is it tough in there.

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Hell = checkpoint at international borders if you are caught with anything that looks like a gun

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Postby Bullo oka » Wed May 30, 2018 6:29 pm

mayankbanerjee1 wrote:
Bullo oka wrote:I'm bit confused, what do you mean by hell. Is it tough in there.

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Hell = checkpoint at international borders if you are caught with anything that looks like a gun

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Re: Airgun import experiences - via post/ courier route

Postby mayankbanerjee1 » Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:47 am

Bullo oka wrote:
mayankbanerjee1 wrote:
Bullo oka wrote:I'm bit confused, what do you mean by hell. Is it tough in there.

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Hell = checkpoint at international borders if you are caught with anything that looks like a gun

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Not to brag about myself, but i lived in Upper Assam for 6 1/2 years along with teams of CRPF,CISF, Army and State police. they are very good at sniffing out the anomaly. Again, there is 90% chance of getting trapped. I have personally experienced Nepal and Bhutan checkpost from a very close distance. don't go by fakebook.

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Re: Airgun import experiences - via post/ courier route

Postby Bullo oka » Wed Jun 06, 2018 10:36 pm

mayankbanerjee1 wrote:
Bullo oka wrote:
mayankbanerjee1 wrote:

Hell = checkpoint at international borders if you are caught with anything that looks like a gun

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Mayank
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Not to brag about myself, but i lived in Upper Assam for 6 1/2 years along with teams of CRPF,CISF, Army and State police. they are very good at sniffing out the anomaly. Again, there is 90% chance of getting trapped. I have personally experienced Nepal and Bhutan checkpost from a very close distance. don't go by fakebook.

Regards

Mayank
Even for a airsoft & .177 air rifle?
I feel like they are better than indian custom in differentiating between firearm, air gun & toy.

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Re: Airgun import experiences - via post/ courier route

Postby Bullo oka » Thu Jun 07, 2018 4:11 pm

Any one bought shooting chrono from online sites? Kindly share the experience?
Will custom Detain it or charge the certain duty?


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Re: Airgun import experiences - via post/ courier route

Postby mayankbanerjee1 » Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:53 pm

Bullo oka wrote:Any one bought shooting chrono from online sites? Kindly share the experience?
Will custom Detain it or charge the certain duty?

I imported a Hill pump MK04. Customs ripped me 42% as charge. Rs 8400 paid as custom duty. I request you to check with onlinesites before importing as individual.

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Re: Airgun import experiences - via post/ courier route

Postby Bullo oka » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:41 pm

mayankbanerjee1 wrote:
Bullo oka wrote:Any one bought shooting chrono from online sites? Kindly share the experience?
Will custom Detain it or charge the certain duty?

I imported a Hill pump MK04. Customs ripped me 42% as charge. Rs 8400 paid as custom duty. I request you to check with onlinesites before importing as individual.

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Thats good for MKIV.
I think in india they cost round 17.5k - 28k for MKIV.
Import whatever you can guys, Indian market is a hell for lower class enthusiasts.
I'm also thinking about buying a shooting chronograph but bit confused about it.
1. Shooting Chronograph GZ35-0005
http://s.aliexpress.com/2IzAfqme?fromSns=Copy to Clipboard
This one may work with air rifles but it would be exhausting to reassemble every time you use it.
2. SINAIRSOFT Xcortech X3500 Airsoft Shooting Chronograph
This one is for airsoft (dunno if it works with air rifle or if it won't than why, it supports 90ft/s~1200ft/s, is it because of the pellet or because of the sound or air that pop out of muzzle.) cheaper, no assembly and later model than X3200 & X3300, but its too tiny ***attached the user image.
http://s.aliexpress.com/eU7ZB7RZ?fromSns=Copy to Clipboard

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