Arms acts

Are your products allowed?

Our weapons comply with the Dutch law. They fall under the category IV of the weapon law, which means you can own a weapon if you are of the age of eighteen or older. However you can't take the weapon with you on the street and walk with it. The weapon may not be easy to draw. Therefore we advise you take it with you in a weapon bag or wrap it in a cloth with a rope. This rule also applies when you are transporting the weapon.

Take caution that even during a demonstration a weapon may also not be carried in public. The event or location must first have obtained a permit for this from the concerning municipality. Always check whether a leave has been requested for this. Demonstrations on schools also apply to this rule. 

Click here for more information  about the Dutch weapon law.

In addition to the Dutch weapon law we try to keep in mind as many restrictions and alliances as possible from the countries we ship our products to. Below you can find more information about the restrictions per country. Pay attention! This is only a guideline, you should always check whether a certain product is allowed in your country or not. Celtic WebMerchant is not responsible for the legal correctness of the information below, nor the the delivery of the products that appear to be prohibited or banned in your own country.

Belgium
Click here for more information regarding the Belgian weapon law.

We do NOT ship the following products to Belgium:

- Clubs and batons

Denemarken
Click here for more information regarding the Danish weapon law.

The following products are prohibited in Denmark:

- Crossbrows*

- Throwing weapons, such as throwing spears

For the following products you need a firearms license in Denmark:

- Semi-sharp and razor-sharp swords
- Semi-sharp and razor-sharp daggers

Finland

Click here for more information regarding the Finnish weapon law.

Ireland
Click here for more information regarding the Irish weapon law.

The following products are prohibited in Ireland:
- Samurai Swords with a blade longer than 50 cm

Italy

Click here for more information regarding to the Italian weapon law.

Norway
We do NOT ship the following products to Norway:
- Crossbows*
- Clubs with sharp points
- Handcuffs, leg cuffs or neck cuffs
- Aerosols, such as Ballistol anti-rust spray
- Parcels larger than 1.5 m

Austria

The following products are prohibited in Austria:
- Crossbows*

Poland
The following products are prohibited in Poland:
- Crossbows

Portugal
Click here for more information regarding the Portuguese weapon law.

The following products are prohibited in Portugal:
- Crossbows*

Spain
Click here for more information regarding the Spanish weapon law.

The following products are prohibited in Spain:
- Crossbow

United Kingdom
Click here for more information regarding to the Britisch weapon law.

We do NOT ship the following products to United kingdom:
- Samurai swords with a blade longer than 50 cm
- Clubs with sharp points
- Handcuffs, leg cuffs or neck cuffs
- Aerosols, such as Ballistol anti-rust spray
- Packages larger than 1.5 m

Sweden
Click here for more information regarding to the Swedisch weapon law.

The following products are prohibited in Sweden:
- Crossbows*

Switzerland
We do NOT ship the following products to Sweden:
- Semi-sharp or razor-sharp daggers
- Clubs with sharp points
- Handcuffs, leg cuffs or neck cuffs
- Aerosols, such as Ballistol anti-rust spray
- Packages larger than 1.5 m


Other countries outside the EU
We do NOT ship the following products outside the EU:
- Clubs with sharp points
- Handcuffs, leg cuffs or neck cuffs
- Aerosols, such as Ballistol anti-rust spray
- Packages larger than 1.5 m

 

* In some countries crossbows are classified as firearms, therfore their sale is prohibted or restricted. Celtic WebMerchant has therefore decided not to sell and ship crossbows to these countries.

 

 

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