As a condition of the licence to hold Glasgow, Antique, Vintage & Collectors Fair:

 

Stallholders must NOT offer for sale any new or second-hand weapons, whether for ornamental use or not, as defined in the following schedule of weapons: 

Schedule of Weapons;

  • Any gun or firearm including any fake or replica; 

  • Any knife, disguised knife, knife blade, razor blade, sword, spear, bayonet or other article which has a blade or is sharply pointed; 

  • Any crossbow 

  • A knuckle duster, that is a band of metal or other hard material worn on one or more finger, and is designed to cause injury, and any weapon incorporating a knuckleduster; 

  • a swordstick, that is, a hollow walking-stick or cane containing a blade which may be used as a sword;  

  •  the weapon sometimes known as a “handclaw”, being a band of metal or other hard material from which a number of sharp spikes protrude, and worn around the hand;  

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “belt buckle knife”, being a buckle which incorporates or conceals a knife; 

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “push dagger”, being a knife the handle of which fits within a clenched fist and the blade of which protrudes from between two fingers;  

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “hollow kubotan”, being a cylindrical container containing a number of sharp spikes; 

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “footclaw”, being a bar of metal or other hard material from which a number of sharp spikes protrude, and worn strapped to the foot; 

  • the weapon sometimes known as “shuriken” or “death star”, being a hard non-flexible plate having three or more sharp radiating points and designed to be thrown;  

  • the weapons sometimes known as a “balisong” or “butterfly knife”, being a blade enclosed by its handle, which is designed to split down the middle, without the operation of a spring or other mechanical means, to reveal the blade;  

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “telescopic truncheon”, being a truncheon which extends automatically by hand pressure applied to a button, spring or other device in or attached to its handle;  

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “blowpipe” or “blow gun”, being a hollow tube out of which hard pellets or darts are shot by the use of breath;  

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “kusari gama”, being a length of rope, cord, wire or chain fastened at one end to a sickle;  

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “kyoketsu shoge”, being a length of rope, cord, wire or chain fastened at one end to a hooked knife;  

  • the weapon sometimes known as a “manrikigusari” or “kusari”, being a length of rope, cord, wire or chain fastened at each end to a hard weight or hand grip. 

Full terms & conditions can be found here.