Sorry but I still think my 2nd to last paragraph makes sense, it does to me at least. To me it's a completely different issue to rights and freedoms.Your second to last paragragh is completely bottom backwards i'm afraid...when it comes to rights and freedoms if you don't use it, you will lose it. This is a fact beyond contestation
Why do you make a distinction between real life and forums?
If its what i think it is i dont think perpetuating irrational knife fear is the face i want presenting to the wider world
To echo what's been said, what law will be broken carrying a knife across the road in a belt sheath?The law may be an bottom, you may disagree with it and even personally disregard it privately, but as a community we should remember why the laws are there and respect them when giving out knife carrying advice.
No other way to carry a scythe, I carried one likewise down to my allotment through my dodgy estate, but I had a piece of cardboard taped firmly around the blade until I got there, and now there it stays. (until some blighter knicks it, like they did my last one)Last year I walked through the village with my scythe on my shoulder. Common sense told me to hide my mora in my bag or there might be trouble.
I don't know why it's called "common" sense, and speaking without any, if the OP can't decide he should just throw it across the road.
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Except that in real life most cowboys didn't actually wear a handgun. Soldiers on the other hand (cavalry soldiers anyway) carried their weapons similar to that: saber on the left and handgun on the right, but they drew both as a crossdraw (pistol into their left hand and sa ber into their right) as the saber was the cavalryman's primary weapon.Knife on the left gun on the right?....never gave it a thought but makes sense
I imagine he only made a handful of films without a knife of some sort on his belt