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jUst freight them over mate-easy to do. just phone an international freight company and they will sort it out for you

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I might sound like a thicky which well i am, but royal mail say that you cannot send chainsaws in the post or freight to NZ????

 

Prohibited products are not permitted in the mail under any circumstances:

 

* Animals, plants, birds, bees, dairy and plant products, and so on.

* Antarctic toothfish, Patagonian toothfish.

* Anti-personnel mines.

* Books, magazines, video recordings, films, computer disks, sound recordings, and so on that are objectionable within the meaning of the Films Videos and Publications Classification Act 1993.

* Bulk importations of the following controlled (ozone depleting) substances

CFCs 11, 12, 13, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216 and 217

A range of HCFCs and HBFCs, Halons 1211, 1301 and 2402, Methyl Chloroform, Carbon Tetrachloride, Methyl Bromide, Aerosol sprays which contain any of the above substances other than Methyl Bromide.

* Cannabis utensils, such as bongs, hash pipes, hookahs (also known as arguileh, hubble bubble, shisha, sheesha, Turkish, or water pipes) and certain roach clips and methamphetamine pipes.

* Chainsaws.

* Chemical weapons and a range of chemicals that may be used in the manufacture of chemical weapons.

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had a customer of mine move over there,, wanted to take his woodworking machines over there and his stock of wood ,, he had toget special movers in who sorted out what i think was some sort of radiation treatment on the machines so no wood diseases could get over there into there natural enviroment ,, wood was a no no ,,

 

i wish this country was a bit more like that with what they let in as imports

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im gutted that im going to have to leave my Antarctic toothfish at home aswell.

 

:lol:Just lost a mouthful of tea to that one!!

 

If you leave your antarctic toothfish at home, make sure you leave a couple of your anti-personel mines protecting it or someone might have it away!!:thumbup1:

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:lol:Just lost a mouthful of tea to that one!!

 

If you leave your antarctic toothfish at home, make sure you leave a couple of your anti-personel mines protecting it or someone might have it away!!:thumbup1:

 

Dont Worry Tommy

 

Im going to leave the mines next to my chemical weapons, can of hairspray and my books???????

 

I should have put the entire list on here it really makes for a good read and im pretty sure even if you sent a box of fresh air it would be wrong somehow.

 

I really will miss timmy the toothfish.:thumbup:

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