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Posted:Hello. Does anyone know whether meteors are considered an illegal weapon in Canada, or not, and whether this includes different construction techniques? I'm worried about having mine confiscated, most chain weapons are indeed illegal here.
Posted:they could be considered, i mena hell my 1 inch spikes for my collar are "apperently" weapons, that is they were untill i shaved them down 1mm so they were 24 mm. it all depends on how much the cop wants to hump his badge
Posted:Hey, just as a future reference in case any other Canadians want to know this kind of thing:
I spoke with a lawyer last week who ran this by her colleagues and even got input from a Crown judge:
These pieces of equipment used for artistic purposes arent deemed to be restricted weapons at all, so long as they're being used for their intended purposes - performance. If you have any problems with them, simply explain the purpose of the equipment and show the officers involved the non-lethal design and explain the intent.