No. Airport security agencies will treat all military ordinances, including deactivated or imitation, as active.
Deactivated devices (e.g. empty shells) where the explosives have been removed, and imitations are also prohibited.
Military ordinances are weapons developed for the military, and include grenades, mines, mortars, and smoke canisters.
Military ordinances are not lawfully permitted to be possessed by members of the public.
All military ordinances are strictly forbidden from carriage on an aircraft.
Military ordinances are weapons developed for the military, and include grenades, mines, mortars and smoke canisters.
If you are found in possession of military ordinance, active, deactivated, or an imitation:
Leave deactivated or imitation military ordinances at home.
You will be asked to relinquish all dangerous or prohibited items found in your carry-on luggage. If you refuse:
We x-ray bags going on planes to make sure there is nothing dangerous in them. If something comes up on the x-ray that needs checking, the bag will be opened, searched and any dangerous or prohibited item will be removed.