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Old 03-30-2011, 12:22 PM   #1
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Hello.

Could anyone please advise if there is a company or individual in the USA, who can provide inert rounds and would be prepared to send one or more to the UK?

I am seeking one or more inert examples of the .458 SOCOM for my collection and will happily cover cost and postage charges.

In UK, I have only recently been able to obtain an inert example of the FN 5.7 x 28, so asking for a SOCOM here would be a total waste of time.

Please note that inert rounds are NOT ILLEGAL in the UK, nor is any form of licence required to own same and that I am a private individual, not linked to any commercial concern.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 03-30-2011, 09:07 PM   #2
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do you have to have them drilled through the case to comply with your locl laws??



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Hello and many thanks for your reply.

There are no specific rules as to the keeping of inert rounds in the UK, either at local or national level and no requirement for items to be drilled.
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you could prolly contact marty ter weem at teppu jutsu. he is the inventor of the 458 socom and a very friendly helpful sort.

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Many thanks for the information JonM, will look into this.
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