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Dear Members, 

Just wanted to check if anyone has visited Florida this year and whether you found it okay to enter Disney or universal okay with kirpan despite there being metal scanners. 

Any advise appreciated. 

Thanks  in advance. 

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In california theme park, I took about 40 sikh kids and about more than dozen were with kirpan. Went thru metal detector and i told them its the iron bangle we have - sarbloh kara 😄 it works. Went to disney world with kirpan and no issues but officially i don't know.

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