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Hello, I am a airsofter in Hong Kong many years, and will Immigration to the UK next month. I want to move some used airsoft gun and parts to uk new home but I have no ukara right now, can I import disassembled used airsoft gun and parts? If not, can I import used disassembled airost gun and parts in one box when I got the ukara later? Thanks for you help.

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your best bet is to leave them at home and get them sent on after you've got setup with your ukara.

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To properly import as an existing player then you technically do not need UKARA


But none of those who have asked have gone ahead with self importing and then given the feedback.

 

 

 

For spare parts it’s simple as you do not need UKARA for parts.

But if you dismantle full guns to import ‘as parts’ then you are actively smuggling and are likely to annoy customs

 

 

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4 hours ago, Tommikka said:

To properly import as an existing player then you technically do not need UKARA


But none of those who have asked have gone ahead with self importing and then given the feedback.

 

 

 

For spare parts it’s simple as you do not need UKARA for parts.

But if you dismantle full guns to import ‘as parts’ then you are actively smuggling and are likely to annoy customs

 

 

 

So can I import used and disassembled airosft aeg & gbb without original packing when I got the ukara, since I was lazy to assemble them again😅. Thanks

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1 hour ago, dom_devs said:

 

So can I import used and disassembled airosft aeg & gbb without original packing when I got the ukara, since I was lazy to assemble them again😅. Thanks

Yes, UKARA will document you’re justification for having RIFs

As long as customs etc don’t think you are bringing in real gun components then it’s fine 

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