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Thread: So you want to import an air rifle:

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    Geweer - Ad Valorem $1000.00 X R10-00 + 15% X 7.5% = R862.50
    Pellets - Duties $100.00 X R10-00 + 15% X15% = R172.50
    VAT - Geweer $1000.00 X R10.00 + 10% = R11000 + Ad Valorem R862.50 = R11862.50 X 14% = R1660.75
    VAT - Pellets $100.00 X R10.00 + 10% = R1100-00 + Duties R172.50 = R1272.50 X 14% = R178.15
    Vervoer - $100.00 X R10-00 = R1000.00

    Totale Koste - Geweer $1000.00 X R10-00 = R10000.00
    - Pellets $100.00 X R10.00 = R1000.00
    - Ad Valorem Geweer = R862.50
    - Duties Pellets = R172.50
    - VAT Geweer = R1660.75
    - VAT Pellets = R178.15
    - Vervoer = R1000.00
    Groot Totaal = R14873.90
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    ouch...
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    Thanks Louis. Dit is nou n baie mooi verduideliking. Nou kan n man ordentlik somme maak. Dit raak maar duur as jy alles +++.bymekaartel.

    Sal solank moet begin spaar!!!
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    Importer - any chance of putting your costings in English please, as a newcomer and a Pom at that I'm only just learning to praat a bit. Thanks mate.
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    Mick1,
    There are only four words you might not understand.
    1)Geweer=Rifle
    2)Vervoer= Transport
    3)Totale Prys=Total Price
    4) Groot Totaal=Final Total
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    30-06 PM me mate if you want to hear about my experience of importing into SA.
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    And ofcourse, Customs dont use the current bank rate, they charge a jacked up rate.
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    Rifle - Ad Valorem $1000.00 X R10-00 + 15% X 7.5% = R862.50
    Pellets - Duties $100.00 X R10-00 + 15% X15% = R172.50
    VAT - Rifle $1000.00 X R10.00 + 10% = R11000 + Ad Valorem R862.50 = R11862.50 X 14% = R1660.75
    VAT - Pellets $100.00 X R10.00 + 10% = R1100-00 + Duties R172.50 = R1272.50 X 14% = R178.15
    Transport - $100.00 X R10-00 = R1000.00

    Total Cost - Rifle $1000.00 X R10-00 = R10000.00
    - Pellets $100.00 X R10.00 = R1000.00
    - Ad Valorem Rifle = R862.50
    - Duties Pellets = R172.50
    - VAT Rifle = R1660.75
    - VAT Pellets = R178.15
    - Transport = R1000.00
    Grand Total = R14873.90

    Guido - Customs are supposed to use the exchange rate prevailing at the time of assesment
    Last edited by Importer; 09-08-08 at 16:59.
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    Thanks Importer!!, there are so many helpfull Peeps on this forum.
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    I have always known customs to use the rate prevailing on the date of the commercial invoice.
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    Baie dankie hoor.
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    Mick1

    You only have part of it right - an expert is:

    Ex= Has been
    pert = Drip under pressure

    I am glad that I am not one I know nothing about anything!!!!!!!!!!! he he he he he he
    Last edited by Importer; 11-08-08 at 08:35.
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    Yes, I should have said a former drip under pressure. Glad you like a chuckle too, I know I do.
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    They certainly didnt charge me the day rate when I brought my pistol in. Gits.
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    My aunt is coming over from the states in November.

    Can she bring me a 'birthday gift' without any hassel?

    The gift would obviously contain a beautiful air rifle, given with love from all the expat family on my 45th birthday.

    Advice please?
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