PAYMENT & SHIPPING INFO

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WHAT PAYMENT METHODS ARE ACCEPTED?

Colter Grey accepts credit card payment by VISA, Mastercard as well as payments through PayPal   by sending money to the PayPal account customercare@coltergreycustom.com.

 

WHAT IS SHIPPING GOING TO COST ME?

A fixed cost of $3.00 for less than 1 lb. and $9.99 above 1 lb. for shipping will be added to your total during checkout.  

 

HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO WAIT?

Orders will typically ship within 48 hours on business days (M-F). All packages for continental U.S. addresses are shipped via USPS Priority Mail or UPS and transit times will vary depending on location. Orders going to Hawaii or Alaska are typically sent via Priority Mail.

 

DO YOU SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?

We do NOT ship internationally and all orders must have both billing and shipping addresses located within the 50 United States or District of Columbia. While we proudly support the Members of the US Military and believe that it is a great privilege to service their needs, we must fully comply with all United States export control laws and regulations. If you would like to place a government order for any Colter Grey product(s) to be exported to an APO/FPO please contact one of our Customer Service Representatives at customercare@coltergreycustom.com to discuss your options.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to their potential strategic value, export of certain Colter Grey Custom products, related technical data, and services may be subject to U.S. or other export licensing requirements. The United States and other governments control the export of certain sophisticated technologies, as part of an international effort to combat the proliferation of munitions, weapons of mass destruction and related technologies. These controls take the form of export regulations and license requirements. Whether a product requires an export license can depend on the product itself, the end-user and/or the end-use. Colter Grey Custom, its employees and its agents are subject to U.S. export control laws that prohibit or restrict (i) transactions with certain parties, and (ii) the type and level of technologies and services that may be exported. These laws include, without limitation, the U.S. Arms Export Control Act, the U.S. Export Administration Act, and the U.S. International Economic Emergency Powers Act, and regulations issued pursuant to these statutes, including the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR). As part of the express consideration provided for receipt of Colter Grey Custom goods, technical data and/or services, you, our customer, acknowledge that the export, re-export or other transfer, directly or indirectly, of the goods, technical data and/or services provided by Colter Grey Custom in violation of U.S. law is prohibited. Customers acquiring goods, technical data and/or services from Colter Grey Custom shall be responsible for obtaining any necessary U.S. or other government authorization required to ensure compliance with applicable export laws.

 

Access to the official ITAR can be found here: http://www.pmddtc.state.gov/regulations_laws/itar.html

For further information regarding the applicable laws, regulations, and policies please consult with your export control administrator or contact:

 

U.S. Department of State

Directorate of Defense Trade Controls Compliance & Registration Division

2401 E Street NW, SA-1, Room H1200

Washington, DC 20522-0112

Tel.: (202) 663-1282

Website: www.pmddtc.state.gov/response_team/index.html

Email: DDTCResponseTeam@state.gov

 

U.S. Department of Commerce

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U.S. Department of the Treasury

www.treasury.gov

 

All sales are FOB Shipping Point.

RETURNS

We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. If for any reason you are not happy, simply return the product in as new condition with a copy of your invoice and we will offer you a replacement, exchange or full refund for purchase price minus shipping fees. If the return resulted due to error on our part, shipping fees will be refunded as well.

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Merchandise must be in new condition with original packaging.

  • Merchandise must be return shipped in a protective box.

  • Full refund including shipping if the return resulted from our error.

  • Otherwise, we will deduct the shipping costs from your refund.

  • Refund issued in the same form of payment used for purchase.

  • The customer will receive a refund within 7 business days of our receiving your return.

 

FAULTY PRODUCTS

If the product has been used in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions but is faulty, unfit for purpose or does not match the sample or description please return the product to us with a copy of your invoice. 

Still don't have the answer you need?             Contact us:

Colter Barrett or Grey Barrett at customercare@coltergreycustom.com

922ready?

Just what is this 922r anyway? Well, when considering compliance the big thing to keep in mind is the magic number 10! It is unlawful for your semi-auto rifle or shotgun to have more than 10 imported parts from their select list of 20 parts. Many describe this in terms of U.S. parts count, but in reality this should be the foreign parts count. Now this is where the debate occurs.

 

27 C.F.R. 478.39 lists 20 parts: 

(1) Frames, receivers, receiver castings, forgings or stampings

(2) Barrels

(3) Barrel extensions

(4) Mounting blocks (trunions)

(5) Muzzle attachments

(6) Bolts

(7) Bolt carriers

(8) Operating rods

(9) Gas pistons

(10) Trigger housings

(11) Triggers

(12) Hammers

(13) Sears

(14) Disconnectors

(15) Butt stocks

(16) Pistol grips

(17) Forearms, hand guards

(18) Magazine bodies

(19) Followers

(20) Floorplates

 

Of these twenty parts, the laws states that you can have NO MORE THAN 10 imported parts on your semi-automatic rifle or shotgun. These twenty parts are meant to cover all platforms, and as you know all platforms are not the same. Without getting into specific platforms, starting out you know that you will not have to change more than 10 parts to ensure your rifle is compliant.

 

There are arguments like “the SKS does not have a pistol grip so that is not a compliance part for the SKS”. If your SKS has no pistol grip and you choose not to add one, then this is correct. BUT, if you buy an aftermarket stock that contains a pistol grip, you have just added a part that is in the parts list and it will count against you if it is not U.S. made. It does not matter if the platform does not have a covered part normally, it matters what you have on your rifle or shotgun.

 

A suggestion to ensure compliance and to understand how 922r applies to you is to:

(1) Find out all of the possible parts that apply to your rifle. Below you will find a list of the parts applicable to the AK & SKS.

(2) Lay your rifle down and start counting. (Unloaded and safe of course)

(3) Go down the list of parts that are applicable to your rifle and find each part on your rifle. Make a check for each item you have that is a foreign part.

(4) When you get to the end, add up all the parts that you have that are foreign. If your foreign parts count adds up to ten or less then you are compliant. If not, you need to start replacing some of those foreign parts until you get down to ten or less foreign parts.

 

Note: TheGunWiki.com is useful for this, but be aware that the parts count used on that site consider what is standard on the weapon as applicable parts and does not consider certain extra parts, such as a pistol grip. For instance, the SKS list of parts has the Pistol Grip as N/A, but as previously mentioned, if you are adding a pistol grip it will count. Still this is a very helpful tool; just remember to look at ALL the parts to make sure you are not adding something that falls under 922r.

 

Now it is not always this easy, given the way the BATF may categorize parts. For instance, what is commonly seen as the Operating Rod on the SKS is seen by the BATF as a “piston extension” and does not fall under 992r. 

 

Best practice is when in doubt, ASK. Either check with the BATF or with the manufacturer of the part.

 

Another concern out there is the 3 compliance parts in a U.S. made magazine and if “my rifle is not compliant when I take my mag out”. Once again, think about the nature of the law. It is not the number of U.S. made parts you have; it is the number of foreign parts you have. If you have a U.S. made magazine in your weapon and your weapon is compliant with it in, by removing your magazine you are not ADDING more foreign made parts, so you continue to be compliant. Unless you put a foreign made magazine in, thus adding foreign made parts, you are not making your weapon noncompliant. The same thing applies when you are looking at a part that your weapon may not be equipped with. For instance, an SKS without a pistol grip or threaded barrel, the lack of a muzzle attachment or pistol grip, in essence, yields that part not foreign. Just ensure that if you add either item that you recount your parts again or simply make sure the item you are adding is a U.S. made part.

Below is the wording from 18 U.S.C. § 922(r) and 27 CFR 478.39

Disclaimer: This is an attempt to present a general overview of this law. Information taken from this context should not be considered permission to manufacture semiautomatic rifles.

 

18 U.S.C. § 922(r)

 

It shall be unlawful for any person to assemble from imported parts any semiautomatic rifle or any shotgun which is identical to any rifle or shotgun prohibited from importation under section 925(d)(3) of this chapter as not being particularly suitable for or readily adaptable to sporting purposes except that this subsection shall not apply to -

 

(1) the assembly of any such rifle or shotgun for sale or distribution by a licensed manufacturer to the United States or any department or agency thereof or to any State or any department, agency, or political subdivision thereof; or

 

(2) the assembly of any such rifle or shotgun for the purposes of testing or experimentation authorized by the Attorney General.

 

 

27 CFR 478.39 - ASSEMBLY OF NON-SPORTING SHOTGUNS AND SEMIAUTOMATIC RIFLES FROM IMPORTED PARTS

 

(a) No person shall assemble a semiautomatic rifle or any shotgun using more than 10 of the imported parts listed in paragraph (c) of this section if the assembled firearm is prohibited from importation under section 925(d)(3) as not being particularly suitable for or readily adaptable to sporting purposes.

 

(b) The provisions of this section shall not apply to:

 

(1) The assembly of such rifle or shotgun for sale or distribution by a licensed manufacturer to the United States or any department or agency thereof or to any State or any department, agency, or political subdivision thereof; or

 

(2) The assembly of such rifle or shotgun for the purposes of testing or experimentation authorized by the Director under the provisions of Sec. 178.151; or

 

(3) The repair of any rifle or shotgun which had been imported into or assembled in the United States prior to November 30, 1990, or the replacement of any part of such firearm.

 

(c) For purposes of this section, the term imported parts are:

 

(1) Frames, receivers, receiver castings, forgings or stampings

(2) Barrels

(3) Barrel extensions

(4) Mounting blocks (trunions)

(5) Muzzle attachments

(6) Bolts

(7) Bolt carriers

(8) Operating rods

(9) Gas pistons

(10) Trigger housings

(11) Triggers

(12) Hammers

(13) Sears

(14) Disconnectors

(15) Buttstocks

(16) Pistol grips

(17) Forearms, handguards

(18) Magazine bodies

(19) Followers

(20) Floor plates

EFFECT ON STATE LAW

Expiration of the Federal law will not change any provisions of State law or local ordinances. Questions concerning State assault weapons restrictions should be referred to State and local authorities.

 

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