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PostPosted: Tue Sep 07, 2010 23:05 pm 
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Location: middlesbrough
Real Name: chris burley
well put it this way if you are not sure write, visit ar call your local police station and ask them for advice.make sure you call he non-emergancy number or you may get a nasty surprise.From what ive gathered from road wars, i think you can carry knifes as long as you have a ligitimate reason for having it I.E. as a work tool. But it has to be locked away when not in use and not in you imediate reech. i know lock knifes are a total taboo in the UK but as i said if in doubt ask the police themselfs. Or for sales advice contact HM Revenue and Customs better cover your back before proceeding really.

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