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Mundilar

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by tsf1664, May 4, 2021 at 4:24 PM.

  1. tsf1664

    tsf1664 Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone on here ordered airguns from mundilar recently? If so did you have any issues at all?
    Thanks
     
  2. Douglas Soal

    Douglas Soal Pistol enthusiast for life.

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    I used them late last year and they were fine. The only problem now is border force, it really is a question of is it worth the risk. That’s obviously up to the individual. I know people on here have ordered from Europe recently and have had no problems.
     
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    Yes. Ordered recently with no issues. Stuck in customs a couple of weeks once it entered the UK, but otherwise very straightforward.
     
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    tsf1664 Well-Known Member

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    What was the reason it was stuck in customs do you know? Also did you pay mundilar the vat and have it sent duty paid or did you sort that out in the UK yourself?
     
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    Right when I ordered. I emailed them to confirm. They said they would deduct the 20% from the list price, plus the freight of course.
    Then when arrived in UK, I got a notice from the freight company ups for the 20% duties, once paid, it just sat there for 2 weeks before it was released for delivery. Not sure of reason, but can track it all the way via the ups site with the reference.
    It did get opened and resealed by customs.
    Obviously thought it was dodgy....
     
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  6. azz1985

    azz1985 Engaging Member

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    Agreed not worth the hassle especially if some jobs worth deems it to be something it isn't :rolleyes: heard all sorts of horror stories due the current circumstances :facepalm:
     
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    [Politics are banned - read the Forum Rules] put a bit of a hold on ordering from abroad as i use another company abroad and nothing has happened from January
     
  8. Lostkiwi

    Lostkiwi Tomorrow will be a better day.

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    Much will depend on what you are buying. If buying a replica CO2 pistol I frankly wouldn't bother as Border Farce seem incapable of telling what is a firearm in its own right and what is a RIF.
     
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    I ordered a kalibrgun cricket 2 from them as the model I wanted isn't available in the UK. According to mundilar its been sent with all paperwork that's needed and uk duty paid as I paid this to them on purchase, it's set at 7.5 joules as it left the factory with this clearly stated on the paperwork too. However customs have got it on hold and after several conversations with UPS they've told me that there are documents missing. The weird thing is according to the UPS tracking it cleared customs but then changed to held so I'm not sure what's going on and just stuck in the middle a bit.
     
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    shergar Keyboard Hero

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    Good to know Mundilar is sorting out UK duty.I can imagine there is so much chaos in the system that provided computer says payment received,no jobs worth at border force will come anywhere near the package.
     
  11. Lostkiwi

    Lostkiwi Tomorrow will be a better day.

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    Don't bet on it.

    The rules are that for consignments under £135 the VAT is collected at source so should in theory have no VAT applied on arrival in the UK.
    If over £135 then it should be sold VAT exempt and it becomes payable on arrival.
     
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    tsf1664 Well-Known Member

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    I'm just hoping mundilar have done things correctly as according to the email from them I'm the first customer they've sent a rifle to with the duty paid option post leaving the EU changes. What's frustrating is now there's an issue mundilar don't seem as quick to reply to emails as they were when discussing taking the order and payment.
     
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    Once the gun is sent from Europe to uk it can not be sent back now so that’s the warranty gone if you experience any major issues

    put me off
     

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