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Post by Merlyn on Fri Aug 08, 2008 2:41 pm

After all the nonsence..the goverment has decided to relax the ban on swords. You are now able to purchase as long as you provide some proof you are a martial artist.

Some require a copy of the Dojo public liabitlity, others a membership card of sorts.

Seems a better way of policing it.

BTW..prob should be in the rant section but I wrote a letter to the home office congratulating them on the ban of martial arts weapons, as there have been 22 murders in London to date and not a single martial arts impliment has been used.

Must be working a treat..the muppets!

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