The HSE proposes a complete phasing out of lead ammunition
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Original WW1 1914-1916 Special Constables Brassard, Renfrew Burgh Police, Scotland with Badge 'Special Constable 1' & Buckle. During WW1 Chief Constables placed posters in their area's to recruit any loyal men over the age of 21 years to volunteer as Special Constables for the duration of the war. They were issued with Brassard's (armbands) to be worn when on duty. This brassard is in very nice condition and has a cloth 18" long armband with a sewn on nickel buckle at one end and an alloy 'Special Constable' slid on over loops badge with "1" in the centre. The metal badge has "Hiatt & Co B'ham Rd.n.o 453817" stamped on the bottom front edge. This is a very nice clean example. The price includes Uk delivery.