Are deactivated guns legal in Qatar? If so, can I bring them from the UK?

By british9933

I am thinking of buying a deactivated gun from the UK and bringing it back to qatar... is this legal?

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By acchabaccha• 2 years 2 months ago.
acchabaccha

Go ahead and do it immediately. Add to your list "God" also as you may need His help.

And bring your guns along -- toys, deactivated, or real ones.

You don't scare me at all.

By british9933• 2 years 2 months ago.
british9933

I'm reporting you if you cannot help me fulfil my question.

By acchabaccha• 2 years 2 months ago.
acchabaccha

british9933: You may have this "taste" for guns but let me tell you "stupid" man, I come from a country where people learn to handle guns from the age of 6. As such, just hold to your knowledge of guns. Maybe you just handled toys so far.

It is a fact now you are a weird person and you yourself have proved it through your silly query and subsequent posts. Not just that, you are also low down in morals as you used the "F" word on me.

Suggest you stay back in your country where you can fulfill your appetite for toy guns, deactivated guns or real ones which fire live ammo.

Qatar is no place for you, and you should not have been here in the first place.

By british9933• 2 years 2 months ago.
british9933

acchabaccha you clearly know nothing. deactivated guns cannot be reactivated, unless you have very expensive parts that are exclusive to the military. guns look cool, it is my taste, you aren't helpful, and you can f off if you dont want to answer properly

By british9933• 2 years 2 months ago.
british9933

acchabaccha you clearly know nothing. deactivated guns cannot be reactivated, unless you have very expensive parts that are exclusive to the military. guns look cool, it is my taste, you aren't helpful, and you can f off if you dont want to answer properly

By british9933• 2 years 2 months ago.
british9933

acchabaccha you clearly know nothing. deactivated guns cannot be reactivated, unless you have very expensive parts that are exclusive to the military. guns look cool, it is my taste, you aren't helpful, and you can f off if you dont want to answer properly

By acchabaccha• 2 years 2 months ago.
acchabaccha

Guns as an ornament? Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

ROFL!

You certainly are a weird person. I guess you could also be very dangerous.

With the type of thinking you have, you should not be allowed entry into Qatar. The authorities in your home country should keep a watch on you also. .

By british9933• 2 years 2 months ago.
british9933

thanks for the feedback.. deactivated guns can be used as an ornament etc, and they cannot be fired. please re answer

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By Monserrate22• 2 years 2 months ago.
Monserrate22

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By Daniel Schriefer• 2 years 2 months ago.
Daniel Schriefer

Only Qataris can own guns in Qatar! And from what I've seen here, they do.

By acchabaccha• 2 years 2 months ago.
acchabaccha

This is indeed a very unusual query. It leads to many questions arising in one's mind. Leaving aside the legality part, why do you want to bring in a deactivated gun to Qatar? How will you be able to bring it in? To my knowledge, airlines wouldn't accept it even as cargo. Then, what are your "intentions"? A deactivated gun can be activated with specialist tools and skills.

I know it is getting a pretty cold in your part of the world and you really need the warmth of Qatar to allow your mental system to function well.

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