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AVILES BROTHERS
DUCK AND DOVE HUNTING CLUB
P.O. BOX 221 MAZATLAN, SINALOA, MEXICO 82000

PH.- (669)    981-6060
981-3728
914-3130
FAX.-(669)  914-6598
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Mexican Law on guns


In México, guns, shells or any kind of ammunition transportation without the proper permits is against the law and means up to several years in prison and a big fine.

Foreign tourists who want to hunt in México, have to acquire the services of a Government approved Hunting Outfitter, and must have a hunting license for the type of hunting that is going occur.

Aviles Brothers can help you secure a gun bearing permit and a hunting license free of charge, but goverment fees have to be paid.

To obtain these permits the following paperwork is needed:

For the Gun bearing permit:

Consulate  Letter  (also  called  hunters  visa) this  is  obtained  at  the  nearest  Mexican  Consulate. Explanation follows.
Copy of the regular tourist travel visa.  
2 (two) photographs.  
Signed   contract   with   a   government  approved   outfitter This  contract is provided  by  us  and   filled out  with  the  details  of  the  hunting  dates.
$260.00 U.S. dollars  

For the Hunting permit: (both duck and dove included)

5 (five) Photographs.
Copy of passport.
Signed contract. Same as before.
$120.00 U.S.


For the Consulate letter:

Sheriff  letter  (non-criminal  record letter)
Proof  of address
Details   about  the gun that you want to introduce into México

 

It is not necessary to obtain the gun bearing permit if you are coming without guns, but a hunting permit is always needed.

Some of these prices are set by government and may change without notice.

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