Form

EC3 form (EC firearms and ammunition transfer document for SIEL applications) and EC4 continuation sheet

Use if you are applying for a standard individual export licence (SIEL) for firearms exports from Northern Ireland.

Applies to Northern Ireland

Documents

EC3 form (EC firearms and ammunition transfer document for SIEL applications)

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EC4 form (continuation sheet for EC3 form)

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EC4 form (continuation sheet for EC3 form)

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Details

Transfer document to support a SIEL application for firearms exports. An EC3 form is required if you are exporting firearms from Northern Ireland to EU member states.

The EC4 form is a continuation sheet to be used if required.

Find more information about documentation requirements to support a SIEL application for firearms.

Northern Ireland exporters must upload this completed documentation for the SIEL into SPIRE, the online export licensing system. This must be done as part of the licence application process.

Published 20 November 2012
Last updated 31 December 2020 + show all updates
  1. Validity of EC3 and EC4 forms to support firearms exports changed from UK to Northern Ireland only.

  2. Added the supplementary EC4 form.

  3. Form updated to show as a Department for International Trade document, and adjusted so that licensing officers can add certain details.

  4. First published.