Delivery & Returns
How to order a gun that requires a firearm or shotgun license
There are three ways that you can buy a gun from Henry Krank that requires a firearm or shotgun license.
Option one: collect instore
Give us a call on 01132 569 163 / 01132 565 167 to reserve your gun and arrange a date to collect instore. On the day of collection, remember to bring your shotgun or firearms license with you.
If you do not live near the Henry Krank store, don’t worry. The following two options are available if you are unable to collect your shotgun or firearm from our premises.
Option two: purchase through your registered firearms dealer
Give us a call on 01132 569 163 / 01132 565 167 to reserve your gun. Then, place your order via your Registered Firearms Dealer (RFD).
Your RFD will contact us to buy the firearm or shotgun on your behalf. You pay your RFD and collect your purchase from them. Remember to take your license with you when visiting your local RFD.
Option three: purchase from Henry Krank and collect from your local RFD
Give us a call on 01132 569 163 / 01132 565 167 to reserve your gun. Mail us the original copy of your shotgun or firearms license through the post and we will contact you when we receive this to take payment for your item.
Once we have received your license and we have taken payment, you can contact your local Registered Firearms Dealer (RFD) to arrange receipt of the item on your behalf. Once you have done so, we will deliver your gun along with your license to your RFD, where you can pick up your purchase.
Please note that some RFDs may charge a transfer or admin fee for this service. If you are in any doubt, it’s best to give us a call and talk through the process.
For more information on how to make a purchase from Henry Krank
Not sure which of the above options is the right one for you? If you are not sure which is the best method to purchase your firearm from Henry Krank then do not hesitate to get in touch for a chat.
These rifles are superbly made from machined steel and not pressed tin and plastic like most these days. I have had mine for well over forty years and it's as good now as it was then. They strip down with just one captive screw to loosen and then it all simply comes apart without tools. Every part is made properly by a very well known factory where they also designed and built the world famous Bren gun. If I had to be critical I would mention that the trigger pull can be slightly heavy but one gets used to this. Spare magazines can be a job to find but they're out there, I have a good number, including a couple of the large capacity ones.