http://www.soldiermagazine.co.uk/mag/feature7.htm I am confused. Last time I checked we are dealers of death and mayhem upon our government's enemies, the government gives us an assault rifles, grenades, bayonets and the Royal Artillery to visit upon those enemies terrible death and destruction BUT should Tommy Atkins decide to take his grandad's bayonet, a set of (really useful) trench knuckle dusters and coche for subduing without killing then customs at Brize is going to take them of him for being a offensive weapons??? Whilst it might not be in my job description to go around hacking and slashing enemies in hand to hand action I cannot help but feel that 'those offensive weapons' are perhaps as useful to soldiers now as they were in the Falklands, WW2 and WW1 etc. How many personal weapons went on GW1? I seem to remember seeing quite a few revolvers being around? So, a question for our monkey's - what's the deal? And can you justify it?