• Once you have purchased a gun from our online gun store:

www.save-the-fine-guns.com

in other words, proceeded through check out and received a confirmatory email, you will note that we already added the $ 150 shipping charge from Germany to Alabama (all inclusive: duty, customs broker, air or sea freight, customs free warehouse, import mark engraving: 1/16th inch: “TGGI MOBILE AL”)

The only additional charge is the 11% excise tax on the sum of the gun price and the $ 150 : this tax is charged on all firearms sold in the United States, following Federal Law entitled, “Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration Act of 1937”, this excise tax has already been collected on all guns manufactured in the United States, we have to collect it on these guns that are imported.

Incidentally, the money is used for wildlife restoration, hunter safety and hunter education, so it is going to a good cause!

Expect delivery in no longer than 60 to 90 days. The balance will be due just before you’re given possession of the gun and once it is safely here in Alabama. You have a minimum of 30 days to possess the gun, shoot the gun, have the gun opened by a competent gun Smith, and if for any reason, you are not completely satisfied, we will refund all of your payments , plus we will pay to have it shipped back to me. Life is too short to do otherwise.

Our website: www.german-gun-imports.com

If having difficulty opening our websites, make sure you’re not using your company Internet server etc. who will block any website with the word “gun” in it.

If attempting to register for the first time on our online gun store website:

www.save-the-fine-guns.com

and you’re not receiving the confirmatory email, be sure to check your spam box”

Our story

Tobi and George love traditional European hunting weapons. 

These valuable guns were manufactured in the 1950s through the 1990’s, when high volumes were produced in Germany and Austria. Reputable companies include Sauer & Sohn, Krieghoff, Merkel, Heym, and Ferlach. Tobi, a gunsmith and dealer located in the scenic Saurlands Region of central Germany, is a former airborne weapons specialist and officer honorably discharged in 2011 from the German Army. George is a native of Mobile, Alabama and avid outdoorsman who fell in love with German hunting traditions while serving in Heidelberg, Germany as a US Army Physician during the early 1980’s. 

In 2017 their unlikely connection was made and the seeds of their future partnership were planted. Restrictive gun laws in Germany and a lack of demand had sent Tobi looking for a partner willing to import these weapons into the United States, where demand is high. Unlicensed inheritors of these guns are required by law to turn them over to police unless a licensed buyer is found in a specified time. Times vary from two weeks to two months depending on the laws of each German state. Once in police custody they are melted down and destroyed. George had inherited his great, great grandfathers drilling and could not find an American gunsmith able to repair and restore it. Tobi placed a Zeiss scope with a detachable pivot mount and a 30/30 Winchester insert in his right shotgun barrel, completely refurbishing and restoring George's 1902 Hollenbeck drilling. 

They founded T & G German Gun Imports in 2018.

Since then they have made it their mission to save these guns and give them a new life in the United States. This includes drillings with scopes, over under rifle shotgun combinations with scopes, and side by side shotguns. Since many of these weapons are in metric calibres, T & G also stocks ammuntion that can be purchased directly. They provide full service repairs for all their weapons and have a large stock of spare parts and accessories. 

Tobi & George

In the pictures on the left you can see what the engravings look like which we have to make on the guns due to import regulations.