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 Post subject: Re: Zombie style knives
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 7:09 am 
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I have collected knives for years - but I wouldn't give those silly things house room. I only collect quality, working knives which have actual usefulness. Those things are a joke. 8-)


lol lol

We are collectors as well, I was given one of these "things" for Christmas. It is yet to make it up on the "wall".

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 Post subject: Re: Zombie style knives
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 7:12 am 
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I think that a lot of these "safety" bans actually reflects on the inner fears of the legislators rather than the actual risk to society that the banned item has.

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Looks like they will have to ban School rulers as well... kukkuk

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 Post subject: Re: Zombie style knives
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 7:41 am 
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It's okay 25pdr, the ban is for England & Wales, so you can still treat yourself to some fluorescent green stabby slashy bling.


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 Post subject: Re: Zombie style knives
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 Post subject: Re: Zombie style knives
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 8:59 am 
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if there is a zombie apocalypse will it be ok to use a kitchen knife ?

I wouldn't want to get them banned.............


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 Post subject: Re: Zombie style knives
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25Pdr wrote:
Looks like they will have to ban School rulers as well... kukkuk

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Does that mean that when I was at school I was carrying the equivalent to a full auto around with me....my slide rule !! yes folks, in the age of steam.
Oh and I will say it again....oddly shaped futuristic zombie slashing knives don't kill people, dangerous minorities kill people...how many times do you have to say that????

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Oh and I will say it again....oddly shaped futuristic zombie slashing knives don't kill people, dangerous minorities kill people...how many times do you have to say that????


Countless times, nobody is listening 8-)

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if there is a zombie apocalypse will it be ok to use a kitchen knife ?

I wouldn't want to get them banned.............


Just don't write the word 'zombie' on the side as that transforms it into a WMD high-capacity assault knive that has magazine clips that fire 30 at a time and has a bit that goes up!

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I have 2 machetes in the house, how are they less dangerous than those modern art pieces ??
One of them is even black!!!
Black knives matter!!

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