Smith and Wesson M and P 15-22 Sport MagPul Black .22 LR
DELIVERY & RETURNS
For simplicity, Sportsman Gun Centre's delivery charges are based on a flat rate, so you'll pay the same low price for delivery no matter how much your order contains or weighs.
|STANDARD UK GUN DELIVERY||£14.99|
|NEXT DAY UK||£14.99|
Please note delivery cost will be added to your order once your delivery country has been entered. Standard delivery to England, Scotland and Wales (excluding channel islands) is £7.99. Express Next Day delivery is only £14.99. Heavy goods like Extra Large Gun Safes can result in a delivery charge in excess of £70 depending on your location. For delivery to countries outside the UK delivery costs will be displayed once your country has been chosen at the address stage of the checkout process.
The Sportsman Gun Centre can only deliver goods to you in an approximate period. We will always endeavour to dispatch your items within 48 hours however product availability can vary. All goods will be sent to the address given by you which can be seen in your order confirmation email. We aim to get your goods to you within 2-3 working days but some products have specific delivery requirement which may extend delivery timescales. Please see individual product pages for more information.
If for some reason parcels are required to be redirected then an additional charge might be levied (where applicable). Also if goods are refused or not called for a charge might also be incurred. This list is not a full and exhaustive list and other reasons may apply. For further information when resolving delivery issues please call 01392 354854
Please note that your goods may be sent to you in instalments as availability of products can vary. For example certain products have specific delivery requirements which are explained below.
These are items that we stock in one of our 3 SGC Shooting Superstores and orders for these items will take 2-3 days to arrive. If you would like to purchase the item in person then please call ahead to make sure the store you're travelling to has it in stock (Our main distribution warehouse is located at the Exeter branch).
Direct Shipment Items
These products are dispatched direct from the manufacturer on behalf of Sportsman Gun Centre. In most cases they will arrive separately to any other items you have ordered. Please see the individual product pages for specific delivery estimates as each manufacturer will use a different courier. If you need to return or exchange your product please return the items to Sportsman Gun Centre's Exeter branch. For more information please call 01392 354 854.
Collection Only Items
These items normally require Identification (Passport) or a Firearms / Shotgun Certificate before they are handed over. Shotguns, Rifles, Airguns and Moderators are usually good examples. When purchasing a 'collection only' item you are in effect paying a deposit for your goods. In all instances you can choose to collect your item from one of our stores (Exeter, Dorset or Newport) or from a 3rd party gun dealer. The latter may be at an additional cost to yourself.
PLEASE CALL THE RELEVANT STORE OR THE 3RD PARTY GUN DEALER TO MAKE SURE YOUR ITEM HAS ARRIVED BEFORE YOU TRAVEL TO COLLECT YOUR ORDER.
Special Order Items
These are products which aren't always kept in stock or are tailor made. Special Order Items can have extended delivery timescales so for more information please see the individual product pages for specific delivery estimates.
Pre-Order/Back Order Items
These are usually items that are going to be out of stock for a number of weeks or are in short supply. By purchasing a Pre-Order or Back Ordering an Item you are in effect paying a deposit for your goods. As soon as the item is back in stock yours will be dispatched within 24 hours where possible. Please see individual product pages for the current delivery estimates and back in stock dates. On rare occasions these dates can be changed by the manufacturers, so we recommend staying in contact with our Exeter branch once a month depending on the product lead time. Tel: 01392 354854
In addition to the above information If your delivery address is outside of the UK you may be subject to import duties and taxes, which are levied once a shipment reaches your country. Any such additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by you. You should note that customs policies vary widely from country to country. The Sportsman Gun Centre advises each customer to contact their local customs office for further information if they are in any way unsure of local duties or liabilities. Cross border shipments are subject to opening and inspection by customs authorities which means some packages maybe opened and re-sealed.
Refunds & Returns
The Goods in question must be returned to us unopened within 14 days of your cancellation notice and must be received by us in the condition they were in when delivered to you, unopened and sealed in their original packaging in a condition suitable for re-sale. Unless the Goods are faulty We shall be entitled to recover any direct costs of having to recover the Goods from you and may set such costs off against the amount to be re-credited to you.
All returned goods should carry a copy of the original invoice and a completed returns slip. We recommend you keep a copy of these for your own records. The goods should be packaged to a satisfactory standard in a safe and relevant manner. Our return address should be clearly shown on the front of the parcel which is as follows:
RETURNS, Sportsman Gun Centre, 19 Apple Lane, Trade City, Exeter, EX2 5GL.
SECURITY & PAYMENTS
How do I pay for my order?
Checkout is simple and totally secure. We accept the following payment methods;
Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Electron, Paypal and Delta.
Is The Sportsman Gun Centre a secure website?
Absolutely. Our website uses SHA 256RSA SSL technology to ensure that you data is kept safe. This means that The Sportsman Gun Centre offers the highest available levels of trust and authentication.
Do you store my card details?
We never, ever store your card details.
For 'saved' cards, we safely save a unique 'token' that can only ever be used with our website and must be verified by our payment provider, Opayo
Your card payments will be processed by Opayo so you can Checkout with total confidence that your personal and order details are safe.
You can spread the cost of most products on orders between £200-£2500 with our selected finance options. Finance is offered by Payl8r part of the Social Money Group.
There are various terms and deposit levels to allow you to tailor finance to suit your budget. Take a look at the finance example ('View Options') on applicable products to see how finance might work for you.
For more information on the lender, application process and for terms and conditions, you can visit our Online Finance pages found in the footer of this site.
PLEASE NOTE: The application process includes a credit check. For more information on credit checks, credit and finance visit the Money Advice Service website.
An application fee of £2 applies and is to be paid at the point of application.
The Sportsman Gun Centre Ltd is not a lender but is acting as a broker regulated and authorised by the FCA (FRN: 731658) for Social Money Ltd, trading as Payl8r.
Section 1 Firearms Licence
Section 1 firearms are Rifles, FAC Shotguns and FAC Air Rifles. FAC Air Rifles are Airguns with a muzzle energy greater than 12 FT/LB (typically these guns are post fixed with the letters FAC).
This category of licence covers a full range of sporting calibres from .177 FAC Air rifle up to the largest centrefire calibres for target shooting.
To own a ‘Section 1’ firearm, you will need a Firearms Certificate. This is issued by your local police in much the same way as a Shotgun Certificate, but you use a different form and the questions are more probing. For a Firearms Certificate you need to specify each of the guns you want to acquire, and explain why you want them. For every gun you wish to purchase and own you must have an empty slot on your licence, also referred to as a variation.
When buying an FAC gun it’s the user’s responsibility to ensure they have the correct variation on their licence, this will include the type of gun and the designated calibre.
The police use specific criteria when they decide whether the calibre you’ve requested is suitable for your intended use. So if they deem your choice excessive or not suitable for the terrain, expect it to be refused. Usually it is a good idea to discuss your plans with the local Firearms Enquiry Officer, this avoids wasting time and money pursuing a route the police will not sanction.
With a Firearms Certificate it’s up to you to provide ‘good reason’ for wanting each gun, and show that you have somewhere suitable where you have permission to shoot. The police will check out the land you specify to ensure you really do have permission to shoot there and if it’s appropriate for the type of gun you are requesting.
With your Firearms Certificate application, you will need to provide details of two people willing to act as ‘referees’. As with a Shotgun Certificate, they must have known you for at least two years and be people of ‘good standing’ in the community. The police have some discretion in how they interpret ‘good standing’, so if you have difficulty finding someone suitable who knows you well, do ask for their advice. The referees will be asked to fill in a fairly detailed form about you, so make sure they are willing to do so before putting their names down. You will also have to provide details of your doctor and authorise the police to ask questions about your medical history.
Like a Shotgun Certificate application, you will receive a visit from the Firearms Enquiry Officer who will check the details of your application and inspect your security arrangements, which must include a lockable metal gun cabinet secured to a solid wall (not a partition stud wall) or floor. Remember that unlike shotgun ammo, rifle ammo must be stored securely and separately from the gun, so you will need a separate, lockable box big enough to accommodate the ammo you plan to buy. Before installing cabinets it is worth checking with the police that your intentions will meet their criteria.
It’s rare for a Shotgun Certificate to contain any special conditions about how and where you use your shotguns, but with a Firearms Certificate there will normally be conditions that specify what and where you may shoot for each gun listed on the certificate. These conditions normally follow a prescribed form of words, to be found in Appendix 3 of the Home Office guidance document referred to previously.
Increasingly, certain police forces are taking it upon themselves to add further conditions which may, for instance, specify that a rifle is only to be used from a high seat, or that you are accompanied by an experienced shooter until you have gained more experience yourself. You may be happy to comply, but to some shooters this seems a step too far. If you have any concerns about conditions applied to your certificate, then BASC’s firearms department should be able to advise you.
As with shotguns, you are responsible for keeping your rifles and ammunition secure at all times, so you need to take sensible precautions when travelling to and from your shoot, as well as during the shooting day. There is a Home Office publication, Firearms security: a brief guide, which you can download from the Home Office website.
If purchasing a gun over the phone or via the internet for dispatch to a third party gun dealer, you will need to send your certificate to the Sportsman Gun Centre. We can then complete the legal process before sending the gun. Legally your certificate must be filled in by the selling party before the gun can be handed over.