Here are some frequently asked questions about Malaysian gun laws and related topics. If you have any specific questions, please send us a message via our contact form.
No we do not. Nor do we sell the propellant gas or pellets. Please note that under the Arms Act 1960 and Firearms Act (Increased Penalties) 1971, unlicensed possession of such items is a offence and carries a heavy penalty if you are found guilty. Take time and read the relevant acts via the links provided here:
Yes, you require a valid license and purchase permit to buy a gun. In Malaysia, the issuing authority for such a license is PDRM for pistols and rifles, while in Sarawak, the state government issues licenses for shotguns.
Please note that we will not entertain request to “come over and have a look” if you are not a license holder.
The forms are readily available for download from the PDRM website and available at the District Office in Sarawak. We are happy to provide pointers (within reason), but we do not provide “runner services”.
In Malaysia, firearms ownership is a privilege not a right. The issuing authority will conduct all necessary background checks and decide if your application has merit.
Yes you do. For pistol and rifle ammunition you will need a purchase permit from the Ibu Pejabat Daerah (IPD) that issued your license. For shotgun ammo you will need a purchase permit from the District Office (DO) that issued your shotgun license. Purchase permits are usually valid for 30 calendar days from the date stamped on it. Malaysian gun laws are very strict regarding this.
At the time of writing this (May 2020), there are no publicly accessible shooting ranges in the Kuching area. However, a number of clubs do exist but they have no permanent access to a range at this time.
Post COVID19 lockdown, with a greater emphasis on social distancing and personal hygiene, we now accept Sarawak Pay. However, cash is still good and you can also make payment by online transfer.
Our firearms product galleries (pistols and shotguns) require a password to access. Please contact us via our contacts page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your valid firearms/shotgun license. Alternatively you can contact us on +60.82.252828 or WhatsApp +60.13.8038335 during office hours.