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The incident, four days before the King's coronation, sparked a major security alert and David Huber was arrested at the scene.
A bag he was carrying was deemed to be suspicious and destroyed in a controlled explosion, a court heard.
The 60-year-old appeared at Carlisle Crown Court Friday where he pleaded guilty to six charges.
Two of the offences related to his conduct outside Buckingham Palace in the evening of Tuesday May 2 – having a lock knife in a public place and possession of ammunition - two .22 long rifle calibre shotgun cartridges — without a valid firearms certificate.
Four other charges relate to offences committed in Cumbria days after the Buckingham Palace incident.
Dave Huber, a dog breeder, charged over his conduct around the Palace and in following days
A witness claimed Huber was shouting 'I'm going to kill the king'. Pictured: a general view of the remote Bank Gate Farm home with kennels at North