LAW handed in during knife amnesty

#2
Got a link to go with the picture? Link added as I typed - Ignore my last!
 
#4
Bound to be used - I hope. Can't see Plod playing with it if he thought it might be live.

I'd love to have one on my dash all the time though. Just for emergencies you understand.
 
#5
Hopefully he's aiming at at No.10 whilst President Bliar is doing his presidential wave :evil:
 
#6
more pathetic b*llsh*t alarmist reporting...............

police were surprised to receive this rocket launcher which can fire 350 metres. <TRANSLATES> police were surprised to receive this empty fiberglass and copper ammunition container that once was used to launch a 66mm Heat projectile out to 350 meters, and without which it is totaly harmless.
 
#7
Dorset police made great play with BBC South Today when a used one was handed in during the last gun amnesty. I phoned the beeb and told them that they were not telling the truth as it was just a used piece of ordinance that could not be resurrected to anything much more than a door stop.
Sadly the truth was not as interesting as the story..............................tossers!
 
#8
Is it illegal to possess the casing (I have no...parts thereof sir) and why did the feckwit hand it in during a KNIFE amnesty. (Good luck stabbing someone with that you dribbling halfwit)
 
#9
custard_war said:
Is it illegal to possess the casing (I have no...parts thereof sir) and why did the feckwit hand it in during a KNIFE amnesty. (Good luck stabbing someone with that you dribbling halfwit)
It may have been illegal to have it in your possesion but I can remember when 3RGJ were in Celle circa 73, and I had to collect a bloke from the pads area and saw about four pad brats running round "taking out" all of the local traffic with them. :D
Interestingly enough you occaisionaly see them on ebay.
 
#10
Henry_Tombs said:
custard_war said:
Is it illegal to possess the casing (I have no...parts thereof sir) and why did the feckwit hand it in during a KNIFE amnesty. (Good luck stabbing someone with that you dribbling halfwit)
It may have been illegal to have it in your possesion but I can remember when 3RGJ were in Celle circa 73, and I had to collect a bloke from the pads area and saw about four pad brats running round "taking out" all of the local traffic with them. :D
Interestingly enough you occaisionaly see them on ebay.
Not illegal to possess a "used" 66 tube if you obtain an FFE Certificate from ATO. How do you think all of the drill / training tubes were obtained?
 
#12
Nah,it's the new weapon against chavs who drive souped up Renault Clitoris's with bass boxes & stuff added on!.....
"Go ahead chav scum....Make my day....!"
 
#13
Used LAW tubes are entirely legal to own in this country, and if its from a civvie source you do not need an FFE or anything similar. These are freely available at militaria fairs and the like, along with inert rounds and ordnance of all shapes and sizes.

As mentioned above: a salacious, inaccurate and alarmist bit of rotten reporting. As far as the Police in question go - a classic example of the paradox of those ignorant of firearms law actually being in charge of policing it!
 
#15
more to the point when was it last able to do more than slightly annoy a tank crew...
 
#17
4(T) said:
As far as the Police in question go - a classic example of the paradox of those ignorant of firearms law actually being in charge of policing it!

Thames Valley Police found themselves in the sh*t when an AGC L/Cpl handed in a gleaming AK47 during the dunblaine amnesty (it was a decommissioned GW1 trophy). They posed with it on the front page of several Oxfordshire newspapers & named the guy who handed it in!!
 
#18


there has been many a time when I have been walking down the street, you can picture the scene I am sure, nice day, sun is shinning, birds are singing ............ then the first thing that anounces its presence, from half a mile away, is the very annouying continuos chav beat from the sterio, then as the beat grows in volume, getting more annouying by the second, the chav mobile comes into view, inching closer & closer. I estimate its value to be at most, a grand, it is carrying 3 grands worth of body kit & contains 4 grands worth of sterio system. as it drives past, aside from thinking the gimp driving it is a fashion victim & the cars color scheme is very tasteless, I'm thinking that the sterio is on way too loud ........ & I wish for a volume control device for it in my hand ................ along the lines of a 66 or 94!
how satisfying that would be! :)
 
#19
mb43 said:
is it possible to complain about this to the bbc?
Complaints about accuracy on BBC TV and radio news or impartiality are dealt with by the BBC. OFCOM doesn’t regulate the BBC

There are a number of aspects of Tier 1 where Ofcom doesn’t regulate the BBC

Programme standards concerning:
Due impartiality, Due accuracy in news
Commercial products within programmes.

So it off to the BBC Governors http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/ if that fails you could try Michael Grade BBC Chairman

But bottom line is make a complaint as sweet Fanny Adams will happen it the BBC FFS they never get it wrong.

We only say sorry if theres a chanch of a court case or you come for a job interview?

But did he get the job?
 
#20
How did the SCUM report it?

Stop in the name of the LAW?

He took the LAW into his own hands?
 

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