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    Friends Guns seized need a knowlodgeable learned man to help

    My friend is in bath any contacts would be great he is prepared to pay just wants good local advice as he believes no breaches took place
    ​thanks all

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    Is he member of any organisation?
    BASC
    SACS
    BDS etc

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    As in another thread, There are two sides to every story, What was the spiel delivered on the arrival of the snatch squad?

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    The police don't just seize firearms for no reason... ask Brithunter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Si View Post
    The police don't just seize firearms for no reason...
    All it can take is one malicious -and unfounded- complaint, as a friend of mine found out a few years ago. That's reason enough for them: you don't actually have to have done anything wrong.

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    Try Clive Rees if he needs Legal Advice

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    basc peter glen's think he is queens councel but **** hot on firearms law. but will cost him but as others say no smoke with out fire just verbally arguing can bring the door knockers on us now days be it wife and some other bugger all i can say is if he has none now't he must fight it. peter helped my pal get his back after an argument with some tosser who screem wolf.
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    Adrian Dagger seems a nice chap
    Last edited by rarms; 15-05-2013 at 20:28.

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    Get your friend to contact BASC, and even if he is not in BASC, they will probably be able to "Point in the rght direction for legal advice", however he should ask the person whom he is about to receive advice from, if they specialise in firearms law, no good going to a solicitor who practices in, for example conveyancing, or probate, the advisor must have a sound knowledge of fireams law & procedures regarding revocation etc etc. This is the same thing every time, if not in BASC, BDS, or NGO join now, or be prepared to pay for some expensive advice, why ?? when it can be gotten FOC, and with a lot more thrown in if he joins one of these organisations

    PS, if your friend needs advice from this site it will be of assistance by providing a lot of detail

    good luck

    patrickt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Si View Post
    The police don't just seize firearms for no reason... ask Brithunter
    Oh yes they do and theres plenty of proof also and have had to pay compensation to those that have been affected by their wrong actions not to worry though as its only misuse of tax payers money and misuse of power that has been given them.
    Last edited by patjack; 14-05-2013 at 19:12.
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