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I have just found out that, apparently, broadheads are illegal in London. Therefore I was told that you cannot bring broadheads with you even if you are just transferring. Anyone know about this? How should I get broadheads to TZN? Mail? Any help or info appreciated.
 
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Sheesh - it's a worldwide conspiracy! I was just told last Friday that it is illegal to transit Amsterdam with a bow and arrows.

I'm investigating shipping them direct to my outfitter's rep in TZ. Probably a lot cheaper if it's just the BHs that have to be shipped!

Good luck!


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Thanks, I wonder how long it will take to ship something to Tanzania?
 
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If it's anything like Namibia, postcards took 6 weeks to get to London.
 
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Does Fedex or UPS go to TZN?
 
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Also Consider DHL (Dewey, Huey and Lewey Big Grin) They are VERY Global.


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Posts: 2327 | Location: The Sunny South! St. Augustine, FL | Registered: 29 May 2004Reply With Quote
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Hi,
Can you tell us your source for this information?
I am ignorant on this topic, but a quick look on ebay.co.uk (UK version) shows that broadheads are sold for crossbows anyway.
Perhaps the confusion relates to putting the broadheads in your checked luggage or a locked archery case?
 
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I was in contact with a very nice guy from http://www.gunrunner.cc/gunrunner.htm

He said they were illegal in the UK but is trying to confirm with customs and security. I am no longer going through London but he said he would let me know anyway once he gets a response. Will post when I hear something.
 
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