Ok folks here we go with a report to forum members on my experience with riflepermits.com. So far so good!!!. I contacted Henry to get clarification on the steps I must take to secure my temporary rifle permits in advance of arrival at OR Tambo. Once I filled out the forms and assembled the support documents I scanned them to my computer and emailed all to Henry. I asked him to review for accuracy and completeness. The next morning I had my reply that all was in order. I just sent the package of documents FedEx to arrive next Thursday at the riflepermits.com office in Pretoria. The big shock was the cost at $108 to ship the documents. Wish there was a way to do this via email. Don't even think about snail mail as that could take four weeks. Add nine months to that if South Africa postal workers go on strike. A couple of things that US citizens may find odd is that Henry will need notarized copies of your passport and 4457s. I say odd because the 4457s are stamped by homeland security as real. Never the less this is what Henry needs to get the permits. You are also asked to go ahead and sign the SAPs 520. This seemed wrong to me in that on two previous permit applications I did not sign the document until in front of the police officer at OR. Tambo. But once I thought it through I realized I will not be there when the application is made for the permit. So I signed it as requested. My flight arrives in Johanesburg at 4:50 in the afternoon. Hope Delta flight 200 has a big tailwind like last year and we will get there an hour ahead of schedule. Pieter, Bryson and I will then drive about five hours to the Balule area so getting through passport control and getting the rifles needs to go smoothly but most of all quickly. In light of this fact I have opted to have Henry meet me at the gate and escort us through passport control. This service is a little extra and I hope to report that it is worth it. I have waited in that passport line for up to 1 hour and then spent another hour getting the rifles when I was doing all the paperwork myself with the help of the PH. I have heard from other members that Henry's service went well for them and that the entire process was made easy. I look forward to reporting back just that to everyone here.