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Anyone irritated by my enthusiastic posting will be delighted that I will be away soon for a fortnight as I'll be off shooting (photography), living it up and having a meeting or two in Singapore and Australia.


While I'm there I may be tempted to have a few plinks in the garden. I'd like to know if there are any laws I need to watch out for.

Does anyone know? Thanks!
 

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Ack.
Oh yes, the no Y thing. That puts paid to that then.

And Singapore? I don't fancy a caning. At least not from a bloke.
 

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In some parts of Australia slingshots are legal, so it depends on where you are going to be in Australia. I don't know about Singapore, but I did watch a film of a feller being caned and you certainly don't want that.
 

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I cant imagine not being able to shoot slingshots legaly. Governments all over the globe are so bent on "protecting us" from anything that might be the slightest bit dangerous that they are taking the simplest pleasures from people. Sad. While its no where near that bad here in the US there are those who would love to ban firearms, bows, slingshots and even pointy things if they could work there will.
Sorry, rant over.
 

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You are right Saxon. We are slowly becoming subjects instead of citizens.
we are subjects here,for the last 2000 years anyhow!

it would seem that a home made catty is ok:
"(6) A slingshot (being a device consisting of an elasticised band secured to the forks of a "Y" shaped frame),other than a home-made slingshot for use by a child in the course of play."

so you are taking one with you to give as a gift to a child!
 
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