Terrible events in India. Axe attack kills 4 women and 5 girls. http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-22031407
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That is sad and freakin brutal.
Pehaps if India required axes be registered or that axe carriers be required to obtain a permit...Of course, those easily concealable hatchets must be eliminated. Remember, it is for the children.
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You spelled taxes wrong.
No offense and none taken
The state doesn't seem to care too much. $450 to the victim's families, yeah that'll make a difference. I'm with Orange, registration and ban hatchets. Remember, it's for the children.
Why does anyone need an axe anyway?.
I wonder if the ax was black and had a protruding grip. Mine does and it's made of black fiberglass. It's currently waiting for an NFA stamp so I can chop wood for my fire pit.