And rather rare.
They were manufactured from 1964 to 1972.
For the purchase of air rifles and air pistols there is no need for an export license from the Dutch regulations. By mere ordering and paying for the purchase and shipment of any air gun, the buyer is supposed to fulfill all legal requirements (if any) for importing such an air gun into his country. According to Dutch legislation, our (seller's) legal responsibility for any exported air gun ends with passing the Dutch border. According to international legislation and most if not all national legislations, buyer is responsible for the air gun from the moment it passes the national border of his country.
For the purchase of any fire arm as described in the Dutch legal regulations, the procedures as laid down in international as well as national legislations will STRICTLY be followed.
Buyer is supposed, by mere ordering and paying in advance, to agree to follow in the shortest period possible the procedure as foreseen in his country. KSS is by accepting the order and the payment bound to follow the procedure as stipulated in Dutch regulations.
The procedure is as follows: KSS sends the serial number and further data of the weapon as ordered by E-mail to the buyer. Buyer applies at his national authorities for an import permit/consent and sends a copy of this consent as well as a copy of a valid proof of Identity as soon as possible to email@example.com. KSS applies for an export permit and an export consent, based on the data as provided by the buyer and addressed to the CDIU (Dutch central customs). As soon as the permit and consent arrive, KSS will start shipment procedure; copies of the permit and consent will be send to the buyer as well as packed with the shipped weapon.
Note: Fire arms can not be collected in our shop in Lelystad; they only will be send to the buyer's address as stated in his import consent. Postboxes etc. will not be an acceptable address of destination.
Note. In case the buyer can not or will not end the procedure above, the transaction will be cancelled and 50% of the paid amount will be refunded.
Note 2. In case KSS can not fulfill its part of the procedure for which it is responsible (e.g. refusal of export permit), the transaction will be cancelled and 100% of the paid amount will be refunded.