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  1. @hitmanNo2 You're right, but as with so many of these things the government has to draw an arbitrary line somewhere. I don't know if the balisong ban was linked to any particular high-profile crime? Might have had a bearing on it.
  2. Balisongs are banned because with a bit of practise, they're wicked fast. They're banned under the same law that bans automatic/flick/gravity knives. AFAIK they're fine within your own home, but even having one about your person out and about is a chargeable offence, due to it being an offensive weapon regardless of context. Tinkerton is spot on with the legal situation here in blighty though.
  3. Too many exclamation marks, sure sign of being full of opinions. Wonder if that letter could be used as the basis for a harassment investigation...
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