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Ordering an Airsoft Gun Online

 

To order an Airsoft Gun, you will need to provide us with a proof of age before we can dispatch your order.

 

Step 1. With your proof of age, we will require you to take a close up photo of your face with your ID being held up next to your face.

Please email this photo to support@asgc.co.nz

 

  • Your face or head cannot be covered or obstructed by anything. (No Sunglasses, No Hats)
  • Your Photo will need to be clear and of reasonable quality for identification purposes.
  • Your ID will need to be current and valid. (We will not accept expired IDs)
  • We will only accept New Zealand IDs such as Driver’s License, Firearms License or 18+ Card.
  • We accept all valid NZ and international passports as ID.

 

*Please ignore Step 2 if you are not purchasing a Restricted Airgun.

A restricted airgun is an airgun that:

  • (With or without any of its attachments) has the appearance of being a pistol, a restricted weapon or a MSSA (Military Styled Semi-Auto); or
  • Is designed for use in airsoft or paintball sports and (with or without any of its attachments) has the appearance of being a firearm capable of full automatic fire.

 

Step 2. If you are purchasing a Restricted Airsoft Firearm (restricted airgun) you will be required to provide a proof of membership with an Airsoft Club.

- If you DO NOT belong to any club and wish to join one, you may check out our clubs directory to find a club near you. Link: http://asgc.co.nz/index.php?main_page=page&id=46

- If you do not wish to join a club, please go to Step 3.

 

Please follow these steps:

  1. Please download the “Proof of Club Membership” form here:

- http://www.asgc.co.nz/Proof_of_club_form.pdf

  1. Fill in all the blanks and ensure that all contact information is valid and correct.
  2. The form will need to be signed by a committee (with official capacity) of your club.
  3. You may have your club send the filled form to us at Support@asgc.co.nz, via your club’s official email.
  • If the form is sent to us via an unofficial or personal email, your order may take longer to process as we will need to verify with your club, of your membership status.


Step 3. If you are purchasing a Restricted Airsoft Firearm (restricted airgun) and are unable to provide a proof of membership with an Airsoft Club, you may apply for a permit from the Police with ASGC acting as your agent, supplying an acceptable special reason to own the weapon.

 

  1. Please download the “Restricted Airgun Special Reason Form” form here:

- http://asgc.co.nz/Special_reason_form.pdf

  1. Fill in all the blanks and ensure that all contact information is valid and correct.
  2. Please return the filled and signed form to Support@asgc.co.nz.

Please note that this process may take up to 30 days and the permit’s approval or rejection is subject to Police discretion.

 

Examples of some reasons Police consider within the ambit of "special reasons" for the purposes of s.18 Arms Act 1983

Restricted airgun

(no firearms licence required other than by dealer)

Possible special reasons

Restricted airgun

The individual applying for the permit:

  1. seeks to possess the restricted airgun as part of a collection, and demonstrates that it fits with and enhances an existing collection, or
  2. participates in an identifiable shooting discipline or sport at an incorporated sports club with rules encouraging safe and legal use of firearms/airguns and a range certified for the shooting activity and intends to use the restricted airgun in an event at that sports club, or
  3. wishes to use the restricted airgun in a capacity equivalent to that described in section 29(2)(e) of the Arms Act 1983 ('theatrical purposes'), or
  4. wishes to replace an unsafe or unserviceable restricted airgun, or
  5. requires the restricted airgun for occupational purposes, or
  6. the individual applying for the permit to import demonstrates the special significance of that particular restricted airgun as an heirloom or memento, or
  7. a dealer needs to import restricted airguns for the purposes of maintaining a stock of restricted airguns used for an identifiable shooting discipline or sport, or 
  8. a dealer is importing the restricted airgun as agent for an individual who has a special reason for importing that item, or
  9. a dealer wishes to replace an unsafe or unserviceable restricted airgun.

 

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone on 09 379 3799 or by email at support@asgc.co.nz