The NHSA Policy on:  The Issue of Endorsements

How To:  Apply for Endorsements

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 FED-UP WITH THE LICENSING PROCESS ?

Many people think the processes attached to the firearms licensing procedures are to dificult and tiresome to complete.  This is, however, only true if one is NOT serious about one's firearms ownership (see concise explanation of the process)

The Steps are Quite Simple

For a novice the steps to acquire a firearm licence are the following: 

Complete proficiency training (Guidelines)

Where to Complete my Proficiency Training (PFTC Accredited Training Providers)

Competency: apply to be declared competent to own firearms (Explanation of process)

Apply for a licence to possess a firearm (Guidelines)

Concise Explanation of the concept Dedicated Status and what it all entails  (Information)

Download SAPS Application Forms  (English)   (Afrikaans)

OTHER IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF FIREARMS LICENSING:

Categories of firearm licences (Information)

Firearms for self-protection (Information

Renewal of firearm licences (Guidelines)

Renewal of competency  (Guidelines)

Declaration in terms of your safe (Official SAPS form)

Application for licence denied - Appeal (Guidelines)

Validity of so-called old green licences (Information)

Inheritance of firearms (Information)

Possession of ammunition (Information)

Firearms and self defence - Criminal Law (Information)

Amount of Propellant for Reloading of Own Ammunition (The Regulation)

Firearms and children (Guidelines

Firearms Safety is  Not Just for beginners

NHSA on Safe Handling of Ammunition

 NHSA FIREARMS LICENSING HELPLINE - STRICTLY A NHSA MEMBERS ONLY SERVICE

087-945-3355 (Choose Option 7) - Normal Office hours