Former PWRR soldier jailed for firearms offences

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Former soldier jailed for firearms offences - Metropolitan Police Service

Former soldier who 'smuggled arms cache into UK inside a tank' jailed for 17 years - Crime - News - Evening Standard

The gun was then supposedly brought back into the UK hidden inside a tank.
Found inside the premises was a Colt .45 self-loading handgun with ammunition, and a Hungarian FEG SA 85M semi-automatic rifle (a Hungarian variant of a Kalashnikov AK47 military assault rifle), together with a quantity of 7.62mm ammunition.Upon searching McKenzie's home at Telferscot Road, Balham, a Weihrauch Magnum .357 revolver was found in his bedroom, together with .38 ammunition, some of which was of an expanding type.
Quite a collection along with 150 rounds of various natures...
 
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I know a bloke who posted the component parts of an "acquired" Colt 45 pistol from Afghanistan to his Grandmother's address in the UK.

He was arrested, interviewed and subsequently had his wrist slapped very softly.

Carlos, you lucky, lucky man!
 
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I know a bloke who posted the component parts of an "acquired" Colt 45 pistol from Afghanistan to his Grandmother's address in the UK.

He was arrested, interviewed and subsequently had his wrist slapped very softly.

Carlos, you lucky, lucky man!
But Granny's going a 5 stretch in Belmarsh
 
#5
tut tut tut,should have stuck to bringing in hooky fags in knackered warriors.
 
#6
Or break them down and stick them in Thomas bins full of weapon spares, just saying.
 
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I know a bloke who posted the component parts of an "acquired" Colt 45 pistol from Afghanistan to his Grandmother's address in the UK.

He was arrested, interviewed and subsequently had his wrist slapped very softly.

Carlos, you lucky, lucky man!
I was the rear party SNCO when that happened, what shock that phone call was!!!
 
#9
Nothing new here move along, Saracens and Saladins back from Aden/Radfan were quietly "emptied" of hidden treasures once through Marchwood.
 
#10
Think are former pwrr did a bit more than try to collect dangerous toys.
Hence the extra long sentance.
 

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