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2014/11/05 01:37:45 (permalink)

Bringing gear into the UK

Hey guys, I live in Aus and run my own TRT but am coming back to the UK for a month in Dec so will obviously be due some jabs whilst back.
 
Anyone got experience of bringing gear into the UK? Risks of getting caught either by having my stuff checked leaving Aus or on arrival in UK? Or would I be better trying to source a small amount from within the UK?
 
What would you guys do if you were me?

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    Re: Bringing gear into the UK 2014/11/05 04:52:33 (permalink)
    Morning mate...AAS's are legal to own and poses in the Uk (but not sell)so bringing in a reasonable amount for personal use should be ok...but maybe bear in mind you're not a UK national? so although still legal they might give you a hard time if caught.....I'd be more worried being caught with, leaving Oz tbh.
     
     

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    Re: Bringing gear into the UK 2014/11/05 09:54:20 (permalink)
    Not much help from me, but having watched the Aussie border control TV shows, I've seen how strict it is... So I'd be more worried taking it out the country that getting it into the uk. 

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    Re: Bringing gear into the UK 2014/11/05 20:07:22 (permalink)
    thought threads about importing gear were not allowed?
     
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    Re: Bringing gear into the UK 2014/11/06 00:33:03 (permalink)
    Silent rep I am a UK national so ok on that front.
     
    I am not an Aussie national though so any dramas here and could be game over as far becoming one is concerned!
     
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    Re: Bringing gear into the UK 2014/11/06 08:43:12 (permalink)
    To go on the side of caution, I'd leave it and try and source something once here mate. 

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    Re: Bringing gear into the UK 2014/11/06 09:22:23 (permalink)
    Sorry, we don't want to encourage discussing importing of items like these
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