Surprised the EU hasn't jumped on this bandwagon years ago.
Have we found one thing that the EU hasn't screwed up ?
Volk wrote: ↑Mon Apr 09, 2018 3:42 pmThere is a noticeable tendency to apply new restrictions in the name of "safety", especially here in Europe. I think that politicians could at least put some more effort into it, I mean, this is just plain nonsense:
"No excuses: there is never a reason to carry a knife."
And this is something that should not happen in a civilized country:
These patrols used aggressive stop and frisk procedures on anyone suspected of carrying a knife.
Look at how the firearm discussion is going, I’d say your knives are safe for a while.. unless you install a bump stock on your knife...kingston73 wrote: ↑Mon Apr 09, 2018 3:55 pm“Aggressive stop and frisk” sounds a lot like profiling based on looks, which seems like a really bad idea. What does a person who carries a knife look like? How does the mayor feel about bricks? Hammers? Pipe wrenches? Really, I feel very sorry for people in London and sometimes wonder how much longer we have here in the states before things get to that point.
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