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Looking at getting a frame and slide set from
Ehobby Aisa but will customs be funny with this it just guns be a bare frame and slide
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Could quite well be, get them to put your defence details in the parcel with it etc just to be safe. If you don't have defence details etc then you should be using it anyway :P

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So would that count even for a carbine kit for a glock i am pretty sure it would but i also want an outside opinion?

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Possibly, if it looks like a real gun then its classed as an rif

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hmm but it doesn't come assembled so it wouldn't look like a gun, also would it be classed as an accessory?

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True, though id expect it to be packed with the slide on the frame

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I wouldnt as it could be damaged but then it could be damaged if packed seperate and thabks for the answer marksman ut helped me convince my brothe to buy the collapsing stock:-)

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Which stock?

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They'd most likely consider it parts which could make a RIF. It isn't really an accessory when it is parts.

Use your defence and you'll be fine.

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Well he has decided to get the hera arms kit im gonna get the stock adapter for the glock then all i need is a wa gbb stock tube and any compatible stock

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if its not a gun (rif) and its just an acessory it should be fine ive orderd quite a few weapon part out of the uk i.e. hong kong and ive had no trouble







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