Veteran wrote:Nice, DA. I particularly like the Roman Gladius. It's easily identified as roman/greek by the guard and blade.
Forceuser wrote:That Dark Iaido Carbon Katana sword looks sweet. If got a sword I would definately get one like that.
Adrian wrote:Well, that's stupid of them. I'm vaguely reminded of the old English law (as in Dark Ages old) saying peasants couldn't possess swords and bows.
Forceuser wrote:Adrian wrote:Well, that's stupid of them. I'm vaguely reminded of the old English law (as in Dark Ages old) saying peasants couldn't possess swords and bows.
Is it stupid? Would you really be walking around normally with a sword? I mean if you are then you have a serious problem. (Hmmm, this reminds me of a story I read in my local paper. A guy got his phone stolen in a nigthclub and he wasn't very happy. He told the bouncer he was going home to get his sword. A little while later, a cabbie saw the guy walking along the street with a sword. He disarmed him (Well I don't know how sensible that was considering the cabbie was unarmed and the guy had a sword) and called the police. Apparently he waited calmly for the police to arrest him. He was found with a two and a half foot long sword, a hunting knife and a replica gun!)
Forceuser wrote:Sword sticks are illegal here. BTW I'd just like to point out that in England there are just under 300 gun murders every year. In America there are over 11,000 a year.
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