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    Legislative & Technical Requirments of UK Gov for the Deactivation of Weapons & Ordn

    Hello Everyone,

    I am seeking assistence for direction to the appropriate documents which relate to the Current Legal Requirements & Technical criteria of the UK Government for the Deactivation of Weapons & Ordnance. I have tried looking through various .Gov sites and have not found a concise and easy to understand document. Any assistence would greatly be appreciated.

    Kind Regards WF

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    You may already have found this, but since it comes from the Home Office it is the definitive document on deactivation. There are plenty of diagrams to explain what need to be done and there are sections for specific weapon types, e.g. AK 47.

    http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publica...10?view=Binary

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    Lol you beat me to it Tony..

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    You've got to be quick.....

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    Thank you chaps - I needed the specific requirements to forward to a supplier in Eastern Europe to comply with current UK Law. All the best WF

 

 

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