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    Shipping to dpo, aa?


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    anyone ship to one of these locations before? Does it work the same as regular priority mail?

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    dpo?
    aa?

    Where are they? Planet Earth?

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    I guess is a diplomatic post office? And the aa stands for armed services of america. But I don't know if that means their over seas or if I can even ship a blade there or if its gonna cost me 5x more to ship it. The post office doesn't give me any help either. They said if its illegal they will confiscate it and we r both outta luck which I guess is the reason im asking about em since I don't want us both to be SOL.

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    Here's a start, from the www.usps.com website:
    http://www.usps.com/supportingourtro...strictions.htm

    The page also has a contact number:

    For specific restrictions and mailing prices to an APO/FPO/DPO address, visit the Price Calculator. You can also call 1-800-ASK-USPS or consult your local Post Office™.


    Obviously and unfortunately, your local post office may be the worst place to ask.

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    Thanks. I called and they said blades are not prohibited and that the address is a us address so priority will be fine. I guess it goes there and then its shipped to where the guy is stationed if need be

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    Great!

    We've had cases of local post offices giving very poor advice. That's why a central source is better.

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