GI 2.8 Guns and Explosives
To import weapons and explosives, an import license from the Police of the Republic of Mozambique is required (note, in the case of weapons of war, the license must be requested from the Ministry of Defense). To obtain the license, a letter must be addressed to the Police General Command of the Republic of Mozambique. The customs clearance operation [P9] consists of the dispatcher submitting electronically via the Single Electronic Window (JUE) the following documents - Commercial Invoice, Insurance Certificate, Bill of Lading (or Bill of Entry or Air waybill), Bordereaux of Transfer, commercial bank commitment term, and import license. The system issues a payment advice, and the importer pays the fees and duties. Customs agents do a document check (which can be done before the goods arrive) and confirm the value, customs position etc. The goods are then physically examined, including non-intrusive inspection. If everything is in order, you are allowed to leave, and you must register the product with the police.
The following form/s are used in this procedure