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WTS this item and I am in Canada. May be able to ship internationally. This is a Meisterbuchse bolt and am told it should be the same as for a Sportmodell V. Note handle has been shaved a bit for scope clearance; all else appears fine. Can supply Canadian national forum handle with hundreds of deals trader rating.
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The bolt will need an ATF Form 6 Part 1 import license under defence articles for importation to the U.S. The value for Canada for unlicensed importation of parts is $500 but barrels, receivers/frames, as well as complete bolts are not covered by the small parts exemption.

Import into the U.S. is easier than export.

https://www.borderview.com/services/for-individuals/small-parts-exemption-service/

Good luck with the sale, the price is definitely good for such a rare spare part!
 

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The bolt will need an ATF Form 6 Part 1 import license under defence articles for importation to the U.S. The value for Canada for unlicensed importation of parts is $500 but barrels, receivers/frames, as well as complete bolts are not covered by the small parts exemption.

Import into the U.S. is easier than export.

https://www.borderview.com/services/for-individuals/small-parts-exemption-service/

Good luck with the sale, the price is definitely good for such a rare spare part!
That is very helpful information, thank you! That's put this idea of selling to the US on hold for the moment as the broker you link requires first shipping the item to their Canadian office, and an exporting fee, then shipping to destination. I suppose I could disassemble bolt to incomplete status and ship parts separately. I suspect the authorities would not be riled by a single shot 22LR bolt even if wise to that.
 
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