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Wenn wieder das Blasrohr als Ersatz im Schießsport herhalten muss.


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In Kanada sind Blasrohre laut diesem Post schon sehr lange verboten.



In the United Kingdom under the Criminal Justice Act 1988, and in Australia, the blowgun is categorized as an offensive weapon, and as such it is illegal to manufacture, sell or hire or offer for sale or hire, expose or have in one's possession for the purpose of sale or hire, or lend or give to any other person. Antique blowguns are, however, exempt.[11]

In Canada, the blowgun is classified as a prohibited weapon and is defined as any device that "being a tube or pipe designed for the purpose of shooting arrows or darts by the breath".[12] Any imported blowgun must be deactivated by either drilling a hole or by blocking it.
In the Republic of Ireland, blowpipes (blow guns) are classified as illegal offensive weapons.[13][14]
In the US State of California, blowguns are illegal.[15] They are also illegal in Massachusetts and the District of Columbia, but are legal elsewhere. There is currently no age requirement for using a blowgun.[16]
Oha, ob das der DSB weis.....:rolleyes1:
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Blasrohre im Schießsport sind nichts Neues. Alter Wein in neuen Schläuchen.

Als ich vor vielen Jahrzehnten ein Kind in einem Harzer Bergdorf am Rande der demokratischsten Republik, die Deutschland je zustande gebracht hat, war, haben wir den Kinderschützenkönig mit dem Blasrohr (aufgelegt) ausgeschossen. Alle pusteten ins selbe Loch, ohne dass dieses zwischendurch irgendwie desinfiziert oder sonst wie oder grob gesäubert worden war. Und wir wurden trotzdem nicht krank.

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