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Hello guys, Im in france i have jsut bought some butterfly knives, so now i want to know if im okay taking them back in my suitcase going with ryanair, i also have a teloscopic steel baton (these … Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Hello guys,

Im in france i have jsut bought some butterfly knives, so now i want to know if im okay taking them back in my suitcase going with ryanair, i also have a teloscopic steel baton (these are all for a mate who trains with weapons but doesnt use them for anything else)

Thanks James
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
The knifes will probably land you a fine if your caught by UK customs. The bat probably not.
#2
You need to ask the airline. You will have to declare them, not put them in your luggage. Don't risk not getting caught!
#3
you cant bring the knives in-they are illegal in the united kingdom.
#4
i wouldn't risk either TBH, both could potentially land you in some serious trouble
#5
I fly in and out several times a month, The Duanes at the Airport are VERY keen so I would say no to the knives and chance the baton :roll:

I can't even take soft cheese or jam back to the UK :x FFS .... weapons......roll on :thinking:
#6
[COLOR="Blue"]In the UK, The Butterfly Knife has been legally classified as an offensive weapon since January 1989.[7] Possession of one is an offence under the Prevention of Crime Act 1953. Sale, lending, hiring, giving or importing is prohibited by the Offensive Weapons Act 1988. Any imported are liable to be seized and prosecution may follow. The exception to this are knives of this type over 100 years old which are classed as antiques. [/COLOR]
From Wikipedia :thumbsup:
#7
Also from Wikipedia
[COLOR="Blue"]In the UK, batons are covered generally by the offensive weapons act which makes it illegal to carry items "made or adapted for use in causing harm to a person" however extendable batons such as the Monadnock Autolock series of baton and the ASP are listed specifically in the Home Office list of prohibited weapons along with items such as "flick" knives.[/COLOR]
#8
Jumpingphil
"these are all for a mate who trains with weapons but doesnt use them for anything else."

Tell that to the officer when they arrest you and I'm sure they will let you go and arrest your mate instead.:w00t:


+1
#9
Jumpingphil
"these are all for a mate who trains with weapons but doesnt use them for anything else."

Tell that to the officer when they arrest you and I'm sure they will let you go and arrest your mate instead.:w00t:


Lol!
#10
SH*T ! thanks everyone :( i thought that they would be okay in the main hold, guess that was stupid of me to think that, i dont know what im going to do now, might have to give ryanair a ring and ask them.
banned#11
Just pack a bomb in your suitcase. They'll be that worried about that they won't even noticed the knives or baton :)
#12
your suitcase will be xrayed before loading onto the plane so my advice is just leave em in france-you have no chance!
#13
Although we did have a mate who brought home a large samuri sword for her son as a display piece and a 20inch curved and fancy blade
#14
you are not listening

these are illegal weapons in the UK

therefore I very much doubt ryanair will say "oh aye, nee bother bonny lad, welcome aboard - aye, pop ya semtex in the hold luggage as well - safer that way"

if you are going to try to import this sort of stuff - post it to your mate

otherwise, either take them back to the shop for a refund or take the hit and bin them.
#15
james_lfc
SH*T ! thanks everyone :( i thought that they would be okay in the main hold, guess that was stupid of me to think that, i dont know what im going to do now, might have to give ryanair a ring and ask them.
don't bother ;-)

http://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/conditions.php
The following items shall not be placed in checked baggage:
Explosives, including detonators, fuses, grenades, mines and explosives. Gases: propane, butane. Flammable liquids, including gasoline, methanol, flammable solids and reactive substances, including magnesium, firelighters, fireworks, flares. Oxidizers and organic peroxides, including bleach, car body repair kits. Toxic or infectious substances, including rat poison, infected blood, radioactive material, including medicinal or commercial isotopes. Corrosives, including mercury, vehicle batteries, vehicle fuel system components which have contained fuel.

Note: Any sharp objects in checked-in baggage should be securely wrapped to prevent injury to screeners and handling personnel.

[COLOR="Red"]Guns, firearms and weapons [/COLOR](including replica items), paints, Christmas crackers, items with internal combustion engines such as chainsaws, model aircraft, lawnmowers, etc., may not be carried in any baggage (whether checked or unchecked)


Leave them in france wth someone who can bring them back by car :thumbsup:
#16
james_lfc
SH*T ! thanks everyone :( i thought that they would be okay in the main hold, guess that was stupid of me to think that, i dont know what im going to do now, might have to give ryanair a ring and ask them.


check the ryanair website-I just did-no weapons of any type,even replicas or TOY guns are allowed in cabin or hold baggage-end of story.
#17
barky
check the ryanair website-I just did-no weapons of any type,even replicas or TOY guns are allowed in cabin or hold baggage-end of story.


+1 :thumbsup:
#18
scrumpypaul
you are not listening

these are illegal weapons in the UK

therefore I very much doubt ryanair will say "oh aye, nee bother bonny lad, welcome aboard - aye, pop ya semtex in the hold luggage as well - safer that way"

if you are going to try to import this sort of stuff - post it to your mate

otherwise, either take them back to the shop for a refund or take the hit and bin them.


Yeah okay thanks, looks like i will have to give him a rign and ask what he wants me to do with them, about the baton i i might disassemble it and place the hnadle in my hand luggage and the steel bar in my suitcase
banned#19
scrumpypaul
you are not listening

these are illegal weapons in the UK

therefore I very much doubt ryanair will say "oh aye, nee bother bonny lad, welcome aboard - aye, pop ya semtex in the hold luggage as well - safer that way"

if you are going to try to import this sort of stuff - post it to your mate

otherwise, either take them back to the shop for a refund or take the hit and bin them.


Like the lay the french ryainair staff have a scottish accent :-D
#20
incidentally-if your "mate" really does train with weapons etc,Im willing to bet he knows exactly what the legal position in the uk is with these so why would he ask you to risk arrest by importing them for him?he never explained the dangers to you beforehand? some mate!
#21
Thanks everyone for your help
#22
barky
incidentally-if your "mate" really does train with weapons etc,Im willing to bet he knows exactly what the legal position in the uk is with these so why would he ask you to risk arrest by importing them for him?he never explained the dangers to you beforehand? some mate!


We talked about it, but he seemed to think there would be no problem if they were in the main hold as we have a friend who brought a knife and knuckle-dusters back from bulgaria (he dunt train, he was just a chav i think lol)
banned#23
james_lfc
We talked about it, but he seemed to think there would be no problem if they were in the main hold as we have a friend who brought a knife and knuckle-dusters back from bulgaria (he dunt train, he was just a chav i think lol)


do the crime do the time, remember it will be you held responsible not your mate
#24
james_lfc;6169601
SH*T ! thanks everyone :( i thought that they would be okay in the main hold, guess that was stupid of me to think that, i dont know what im going to do now, might have to give ryanair a ring and ask them.

telescopic batons are also illegal i believe, except for use for the police etc.
#25
james_lfc;6169717
We talked about it, but he seemed to think there would be no problem if they were in the main hold as we have a friend who brought a knife and knuckle-dusters back from bulgaria (he dunt train, he was just a chav i think lol)


course he thought it would be no problem you idiot.....does no one else want to say it openly :roll:

you get caught, you get time and there goes YOUR future.

trains with it my butt ffs
#26
choc1969
course he thought it would be no problem you idiot.....does no one else want to say it openly :roll:

you get caught, you get time and there goes YOUR future.

trains with it my butt ffs


+1, are you sure he doesn have a suitcase of talc he wants bringing back for him, he said its ok so it must be:roll:, the judge will be on your side if you tell him "but my mate said it was ok"
#27
ps......give Ryan Air a call, they'll be very understanding and you'll probably get upgraded :whistling:
#28
choc1969
ps......give Ryan Air a call, they'll be very understanding and you'll probably get upgraded :whistling:


Yeah, and given your own 'security guard' to sit with you on the flight back...
#29
This thread is so stupid it's a bit like asking if you can pack a brick of cocaine in your luggage, well my mate said it would be ok.
#30
OP,keep taking the medication:thumbsup:
#31
they stopped me bring my disney knives and forks back I had to go back out of gate and declare them and repack and send to the hold - ok then, luckily I had time and a bag to be able to do so
#32
even if they let you take them on the plane,as soon as you picked your luggage up at the airport you would be committing an arrestable offence by possessing an offensive weapon.

You need to throw them away
#33
unbelievable, he will be asking next if he can take a gun on a plane , bloody butterfly knives and a steel riot batton ? how can u train with these ? a load of bull sh&t
#34
clondikemike
+1, are you sure he doesn have a suitcase of talc he wants bringing back for him, he said its ok so it must be:roll:, the judge will be on your side if you tell him "but my mate said it was ok"


whats wrong with talc, you can have that cant you ?
#35
Jokes ^^^
#36
Paddy Charlie
Like the lay the french ryainair staff have a scottish accent :-D



ahh, mr paddy charlie - despite the 200 or so miles that separate us (you = glasgow, me = a wee bit south of hadrians wall, but not much) it is heart warming to see that dialectically, we are brothers.
banned#37
what you buying knives for anyway STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID
IF YOU WANT TO PROTECT YOURSELF GO BOXING
bring them through you can think about it when you sat in your cell
hope you enjoy lubricated glove up yer ass
#38
herewego1234
what you buying knives for anyway STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID
IF YOU WANT TO PROTECT YOURSELF GO BOXING
bring them through you can think about it when you sat in your cell
hope you enjoy lubricated glove up yer ass


I dont want to protect myself, i intend doing that my keeping my head down and if that doesnt working pressing 9 9 9 on my mobile, thats how everyone should protect themselves and that way there would be no need for protecting yourself altho thse knives truely are for him to spin and do tricks with, also if i wanted a knife to protect myself a flcik knife wud be better as its quicker to get out or if it was to just attack sum1 with then a standard kitchen knife would be sufficient,

AND IF I WANTED TO PROTECT MYSELF BOXING IS PROBABLY NOT THE BEST OPTION, as i dont know alot infact barely anything about martial arts but i think that boxing is an offensive one rather than a defensive or mixed
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They will br fine if you put them in your case in the hold
banned#40
scrumpypaul
ahh, mr paddy charlie - despite the 200 or so miles that separate us (you = glasgow, me = a wee bit south of hadrians wall, but not much) it is heart warming to see that dialectically, we are brothers.


Lol not quite I am irish but do throw a wee and aye in every now and then :thumbsup:

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