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All Things Sharp and Pointed: compound and crossbows, knives and swords.
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- Fresh on the boat
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i wanted to import a blade which is greater than 9 inches in length, i looked into the legality of this and saw that only people belonging to a particular religious group can own said item(s). I happen to be of that religious group, will there be any problem with customs/legal repercussions of storing this item in my house without owning an arms permit? If required how will i give proof of my religious background?
- Shooting true
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The non sharp/ Blunt blades can be imported as a show piece/ Decorative items or for use in movie and theaters. There are few Exporters and importers of Blades who used to do this. The religious point is a matter which can be better advised by some legal experts or Senior members.