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How to ship ABS cylinder + trigger

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Need to send two unused ABS cylinders and triggers for service in the UK.

I understand UK mail was the go to company - they are now DHL.

Do I just buy DHL shipping - do I need to do anything special?

Has anyone sent compressed cylinders + triggers by post in the UK without an issue, who did you use and did you have to declare the contents and to who and how?

Thanks
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I haven’t done it for 5 years, but UK Mail were the go to option, no declarations, just booked the collection and delivery. I tried normal mail once, and the Post Office decided the empty cylinder and used trigger were dangerous goods, and bizarrely sent then to Ireland before returning them to me.

I would contact whoever you are getting to refill them for advice. Snow Safe who I used to use, still have UK Mail as their recommendation.
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