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As per title im clearing more stuff out that i dont use any more

fihttp://s290.photobucket.com/user/paulsivorn/media/011.jpg.html up is a turner richards dummy launcher with 2 standard dummys SOLD


next is a blank firing pistol SOLD http://s290.photobucket.com/user/paulsivorn/media/012.jpg.html


nv monocular nv 2000 seeing in light SOLD http://s290.photobucket.com/user/paulsivorn/media/009-1.jpg.html


next is a pair of dyna eye shooting glasses that come in a carry case with different coloured lenses brand new and unworn SOLD http://s290.photobucket.com/user/paulsivorn/media/010.jpg.html


lastly for now a quick release slip lead for lurcher etc hardly used 12.00 posted http://s290.photobucket.com/user/paulsivorn/media/013.jpg.html


fingers crossedi have copied pics.

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The violent crime reduction act doesn't appear to differentiate. It just says that 'a person is guilty of an offence if he sells an imitation firearm- which is defined as


(a)has an appearance that is so realistic as to make it indistinguishable, for all practical purposes, from a real firearm


and defines distinguishable as:


(b)the imitation is to be regarded as distinguishable if its size, shape or principal colour is unrealistic for a real firearm.


I'm not a legal expert but I think selling one that looks like that could potentially land someone in hot water...if they were to get caught...


Probably worth a call to BASC to check.


PS - sorry to hijack your sales post, wasn't my intention!

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if the blank firer is under a certain size, it does not constitute as a RIF.


looking at the picture, it would seem as though thie one this chap has for sale is a small one and therefore does not fall foul of the VCRA 2006.


That is from memory, and would need to be checked....

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