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  Veraymix  |  6

Shit, shoulda had them wrap it up.

  MrSassypants  |  32

It depends if she was just holding it, tossing it up in the air and yelling "Freedom!" then I can see why but if she had it in a box or a bag then the cops are pretty stupid.

  wrigleys  |  4

well you can only buy shotguns and rifles, and you have to have a license and a reason, ie a farmer. seeing as she lives in london i doubt she'd be allowed to have one. its easier to buy it off a 10yr old on the street

  hmna  |  0

#32, OP is in Great Britain. They have much stricter gun control than the US. As in it's illegal to own a pistol, unless it's a muzzle loader. Rifles are also heavily restricted.


well really there is no problem if everyone has weapons or no one has weapons. it's only when few people do, then theirs a problem. and btw I live in Australia which also have tough gun laws

  Krajjan  |  9

With respect to LE, there's a reason they say never bring a knife to a gunfight. Same reason I was the last cycle to receive bayonet training. Sure, they're dangerous. If you know what you're doing and for some reason the gunman decided to neutralize his advantage and walk up to you.

  sourgirl101  |  28

Porterhouse/t-bone all the way! You get the N.Y. stripe and the filet mignon at the same time!(: IMO filet mignon is a little too bland if it's not wrapped in bacon.


I agree with 79, knife crime is a huge problem over here, even though it was a harmless reason OP had the knife, the cops have to be strict, they don't know it's a harmless situation. But would the knife not be in a box or packet or something?