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i was told by some off the german collectours that all cases and heads have to be drilled with a hole know? what are the u k laws on ordnance collecting .can any one point me in the right direction ,can you have a/p rounds under 5 inch ? thanks
i think that is the best plan ,wait and see but its going to be hard to drill holes in my king tigger round ,i have a u boat 88 short case with a hole drilled it and it just ant the same dont know why but a case with a small hole in it just puts me off , thanks russell
still what will be will ,just up sets me to think we may have to part with some off are collection ,as it may be deamed illegal ,the only damage a big shell can cause is a broken toe if droped on it ( i know i has done it )may be its the goverment getting worried about all the tanks and pices of artillery we have on are drive ways ,we might try and shot some one
At the moment,I'm looking into getting some kind of official form produced that can be put on the front of parcels containing inert ordnance,so it doesn't lead to the package being destroyed.
Obviously,this would have to be done in conjunction with the police and Royal Mail.
Having some sort of official collectors permit introduced would possibly make the introduction of an official form easier.
It would probably mean having the ordnance examined before it can be sent out,but once examined and found to be inert an official stamp would be placed on the form showing Royal Mail that it was completely safe.