proper and careful packaging of your
airgun will decrease the likelihood
of it being damaged in shipment.
DO NOT OVER
PACK YOUR AIRGUN. I
suggest wrapping your airgun with an
inch of bubble wrap and placing it
inside a hard plastic gun case.
Bubble wrap can be purchased at your
local UPS Store. You can find gun
cases for as little as $20 online.
Sporting goods stores and discount
stores also have a good selection.
Just make sure you get the cardboard
box your gun case came in. Seal the
cardboard box with plenty of
shipping tape. Do not use duct tape,
surgical tape or anything else not
meant to seal cardboard boxes for
shipping purposes. Be sure to
carefully seal both ends of the box.
USE PACKING PEANUTS.
If you use them you will be
charged a $30 handling fee. I
keep my shop clean and those things
I return your airgun in the same
package you send it in to me. I am
not liable for any damage to your
airgun during shipment or any
shipping charges incurred during the
process of filing a damage claim.
This includes pick up charges for
damage claim inspections. Therefore,
it’s best to prevent damages from
happening in the first place. Pack
your airgun like it will be hauled
from your place to mine and back to
you in the rear of a truck on a
bumpy road. Since in all reality, it