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Gun rack

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Meteor62, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. Meteor62

    Meteor62 Major Poster

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    Just bought one of these to go on my office wall. Not bad for £25 doddle to put together.
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  2. Jackroadkill

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    I'd like a rack for my air rifles, but as we've got kids under the age of 18 in the house it's a no-no. Mine have to live in a cabinet; that said, when the last one has moved out and before the first grandchildren arrive (far in the future, hopefully) a rack will make an appearance.
     
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    Good that where did you get it from??
     
  4. Meteor62

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    Guys name is Gary king 07714088670 £25 collected from leicester or £30 posted flat pack comes with screws wood glue and markings showing what goes where
     
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    Very nice for the price, but like jackroadkill I have under 18s in house namely 2 Grandkids :D
     
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    So does the law state if you have any kids possibly coming round the guns have to be secured or just if they live there?
     
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    You could buy some trigger locks and still display
     
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    The law states that anyone under the age of 18 must not have free access to the guns irrespective of whether they're resident there or not.
     
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    Are these MDF and can these be ordered online?
     
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    Hey guys, really interesting this. Does the law relate to all guns, air rifles included?

    Cheers j
     
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    Section 1 Firearms(c/fire,r/fire)and Shotguns have to be kept locked in an approved gun cabinet when not in use.Airguns do not have to be locked/stored in an approved cabinet but must be kept away from the free access by people under the age of 18.In other words anyone under the age of 18 resident or not must not be allowed free access to any air weapon so if you have youngsters in the house under that age you can't have it where they can freely get their hands on it e.g propped up against the kitchen wall or lying under the bed or in an unlocked cupboard.If there's no one under the age of 18 in the premises it doesn't have to be locked away though that would be advisable if the premises are empty at certain times.The law states that you must reasonable steps to prevent the airgun from falling into the wrong hands.If any of this is incorrect I'm sure there will be someone only too willing to correct me.
     
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    A few bits of clear plastic and some wood you could probably knock up a decent cabinet to go round that rack for not much money , could even be fancy and source some gas lifters , pop a few low light L.E.D's in the right place and it would be awesome :)
     

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