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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    I've been wanting a Mills bomb for my displays for some time now but not willing to pay what people are asking for one and replicas seen to be out of stock everywhere except in the UKicon which refuses to export due to their laws..
    How about a replica cutaway?

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    I don't think it's illegal per se to export an inert grenade from the UK. I suspect sellers just don't want the hassle of it being potentially seized. What US laws would cover the import of inert ordnance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by peregrinvs View Post
    How about a replica cutaway?

    Inert Rifle Grenades | Dugup



    I don't think it's illegal per se to export an inert grenade from the UKicon. I suspect sellers just don't want the hassle of it being potentially seized. What US laws would cover the import of inert ordnance?
    I think between ITAR and the residual reluctance of our ATF, trying to bring this in, even as an INERT or cutaway, would give cause for concern. It is a long list to read through, but it MAY very well be importable, but you get the wrong inspector or security officer examining the contents and it will send up rad flags galore! NOPE, changed my statement, after reading the link below. Don't think I would bother, which is exactly what they (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms) want.

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