Welcome to HuntingTrophy.com

This site is dedicated to assisting our Hunters successfully import their trophies. Whether you are a seasoned hunter or about to go on your first hunt, you may have questions about the importing of your trophy. Importing Hunting Trophies since 1995, we have a very experienced and knowledgeable team of experts that are more than happy to answer any question. Beyond our many years of experience with handling trophies, HuntingTrophy.com is a branch of Coppersmith Global Logistics that has been in the business of international trade since 1948. We have 10 office locations around the US to better serve our customers.


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Using a Customs Broker is not required in the importing of your trophies. However, it is highly recommended as there is a great deal of work involved as well as numerous documents that are required for the clearance of your trophies. Our dedicated staff will do all they can to ensure that the import of your trophies is as successful as your hunt. To assist us in this success, we ask that you please fill out our Hunter’s Information Packet that contains most of the information we will need from you.

If you have visited HuntingTrophy.com in the past you will notice that we have completely redesigned the website. Our redesign was done so that we may better serve your needs as well as keep you better informed of all the constantly changing Regulations of our industry. There are new features such as Gallery that will allow you to post pictures of your hunts and a weekly Blog that will allow you many different opportunities to ask questions or state your opinions on a specific topic. We have improved on our "Know Before You Go" section which is now in 3 simple videos that will quickly answer many questions about before, during and after your hunt.

We know you will find our new website very helpful and we hope to see you back often to keep up on changes that are taking place. For additional information please contact a trophy specialist at any of our office locations or contact our National Coordinator Lynley Bishop at 404-366-1650 or email lbishop@coppersmith.com

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