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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Quote Originally Posted by Delkal View Post
    To be fair stores already do the same in the US. Any decent knife you can stab someone with is locked in a case. You have to wander around to find someone and have them unlock it just to touch one.

    The lame thin /stamped/ Chinese knives in the box stores on display in the isles (which would be hard to stab someone with if you tried) are in that GD clam shell wrapping. You need to have a better knife than they sell just to open it up.
    Any Walmart ECT will have kitchen knife sets that you can just open, Think of all the axes and such out there ready to kill people, The evil black axes especially frighten me, And Oh my the machetes in the garden section give me nightmares !
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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    The Taliban deserves more respect than these fuckwits.
    Wait! Are you saying thereís a difference?

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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Quote Originally Posted by DK23 View Post
    I guess they don't have any Lowe's, HD, or Harbor Freight type stores in NZ. Those places are filled with killing machines.
    They do, they're called Mitre 10.

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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Quote Originally Posted by Delkal View Post
    To be fair stores already do the same in the US. Any decent knife you can stab someone with is locked in a case. You have to wander around to find someone and have them unlock it just to touch one.

    The lame thin /stamped/ Chinese knives in the box stores on display in the isles (which would be hard to stab someone with if you tried) are in that GD clam shell wrapping. You need to have a better knife than they sell just to open it up.
    I think thatís more about theft over stab deterrence.

    Itís a shame NZ went full libtard. It was a really cool place just 20 years ago.

    Shows you how quickly the statists can take your rights and freedom away.
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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Quote Originally Posted by RockIsland View Post
    I think that*s more about theft over stab deterrence.


    Shows you how quickly the statists can take your rights and freedom away.
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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the man <snip> had been under constant police surveillance.

    Yeah, how'd that work out for ya?

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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Didn't Great England ban knives with points? Must have a rounded end now?

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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Quote Originally Posted by RockIsland View Post
    I think that*s more about theft over stab deterrence.

    It*s a shame NZ went full libtard. It was a really cool place just 20 years ago.

    Shows you how quickly the statists can take your rights and freedom away.
    If I had had the money 30 years ago, I would have honeymooned in NZ. Also (again if I had the money) I would have vacationed in NZ and done a motorcycle tour of the place. Now, I would never go there of my own accord and spend money.
    Power always thinks...that it is doing God's service when it is violating all his laws.

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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Quote Originally Posted by ROCK-IT3 View Post
    If I had had the money 30 years ago, I would have honeymooned in NZ. Also (again if I had the money) I would have vacationed in NZ and done a motorcycle tour of the place. Now, I would never go there of my own accord and spend money.
    Well 30 years ago it was full libtard just so you know.

    But then it turned back a lot of the socialist policies and especially last decade under John Key, it was very economically open and forward thinking.

    Then Jacinda Ardern barely made it in due to a disastrous campaign by the National party after John Key left.

    I fully expect she will fuck up everything and in time when National gets it together or ACT Party continues it's rise, things will swing back the right way for a decade.

    New Zealand overall is not a very political or noisy place, so in terms of traveling there for tourism, well, if this Covidsyteria ends, I'd go. If you like rural lifestyles, it's a very fun place to travel around and a bit behind the times while still being nice, especially the further south you go.

    I still maintain my post office box there among other things, so I will probably return once the craziness ends. I used to spend a month there every 18 months or so.

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    Default Re: New Zealand Stores Ban Knife and scissor sales.

    Old Zealand is better
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