I'm a long way from being any sort of expert, but I'd say there was a world of difference between self-defence and martial arts.
Apologies, I wasn't phrasing it specifically to ZK.
Yes, but in the wording of the Act, both fall into the same category i.e. requiring a good reason.
I'm in no way advocating carrying a knife...
Very true. It's a really grey area, Even carrying a leatherman (or similar) puts you straight into the "good reason" category for most of their...
Fixed blades aren't automatically illegal. If you can show a good reason for having it, then you should be ok. (Not a lawyer either)
I think if it looked as though two girls were about to start fighting, I'd be looking for an arena full of mud to push them into.
That's the problem. The information is on the computer, but they've not managed to get anyone yet who can get the computer to work!
Those videos reminded me of this for some reason...
Smith & Wesson Revolvers used to contain a hammer block, I'm not sure if the latest generation (with the trigger locks) still incorporate them though.
Where's the fun in being supportive?
It's no different to any of the other "reality" programmes on TV, point and laugh at some people, feel...
To the tower with this one!
Straight on, with any degree of distance you'd be better off praying to your deity of choice than trying to disarm someone.
I still maintain the best way is to put your hands in the air and do what you are told.
I would rather the military did it, but that's not particularly politically acceptable.
I don't believe I ever mentioned routine patrol officers.
I was highlighting that we do arm police departments with "military equipment",...
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