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I have  a  1944 bren on the old british de - act and know it cannot be sold .         IF we come out of the EU will we be able to use UK de- act again if sold in UK ???????

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That'll keep lawyers in business for many years.

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Got to love that phrase ‘defectively deactivated’

 

i would love to see that challenged as to how is was adequate on 1 day yet defective the next. How it can be defective if it’s for sale but not if it’s with it’s original owner is beyond me. It needs a legal challenge but that would cost a fortune.

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