Flying through SA onto Windhoek need to get some clarification on the below blurb. Basically, do I need to fill out the gun form for the SA police firearms guys if I am just flying through and not laying hands on my firearms.
Passengers with onward international flights:Passengers with onward international flights may have their firearms and
ammunition through checked to the final destination. Do however note that such
firearms and ammunition may be blocked by airport baggage screening staff for
inspection, which will require the airline to page each passenger to proceed to a
designated baggage reconciliation area, where you will be required to open any
bags containing ammunition for inspection.
We urge passengers to declare baggage containing ammunition to the SAA
handling agents at the point where you originally join SAA flights to avoid
delays during the transfer process.
Passengers with onward international flights who have not through checked
firearms and ammunition will be required to clear all firearms and ammunition
through the SA Police firearm office, before proceeding to International check-in
for onward connection check-in. The requirements for domestic flight departures
as documented above will apply to all firearms and ammunition carried in this