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I just happened to read this article in my local paper by chance.

This happened only 15 minutes from where Im from. Shocking to know these things are happening in your neighborhood. The story of a Hindu man from Mauritius who murders his wife after being  divorced/ seperated. She later marries a muslim then converted to islam. 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7746015/man-appears-in-court-accused-of-shooting-heavily-pregnant-ex-wife-dead-with-a-crossbow/

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1 hour ago, Big_Tera said:

I just happened to read this article in my local paper by chance.

This happened only 15 minutes from where Im from. Shocking to know these things are happening in your neighborhood. The story of a Hindu man from Mauritius who murders his wife after being  divorced/ seperated. She later marries a muslim then converted to islam. 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7746015/man-appears-in-court-accused-of-shooting-heavily-pregnant-ex-wife-dead-with-a-crossbow/

This happened down the street from me , one of my sons friends live a few doors down , There are a fair few tamil people on that street. The school issued a letter as her kids attended the same school as my daughter ... tragic waste of life now the older kids lose both parents

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9 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

This happened down the street from me , one of my sons friends live a few doors down , There are a fair few tamil people on that street. The school issued a letter as her kids attended the same school as my daughter ... tragic waste of life now the older kids lose both parents

wow shocking ... :/

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21 minutes ago, ipledgeblue said:

Random post from me, but I really recommend sangat learns bow or crossbow, it will also be good for rehit!

Are they legal in the UK?

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

Are they legal in the UK?

sure, bows yes there are many archery clubs, not sure if there are restrictions  on crossbows though

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1 minute ago, jkvlondon said:

sure, bows yes there are many archery clubs, not sure if there are restrictions  on crossbows though

I need some new hobbies. lol

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1 minute ago, dallysingh101 said:

I need some new hobbies. lol

If you are based in East london  Oakfield Archers are very good . they have indoor practice area in winter and outdoor one in spring summer...and you can spend as long as you like shooting arrows.

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14 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

If you are based in East london  Oakfield Archers are very good . they have indoor practice area in winter and outdoor one in spring summer...and you can spend as long as you like shooting arrows.

Do you do archery? Which bows do you have experience with? Do you recommend any  from amazon?

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3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Do you do archery? Which bows do you have experience with? Do you recommend any  from amazon?

was looking into starting into regular practice with lads but they're outta town so am encouraging them to take up archery and fencing if uni has clubs . The great thing is you get taught safety issues and can rent equipment until you are more decided on right fit for your style at Oakfield . First time I contacted them was to do a birthday party tryout day but they don't run things that way. They also run in national competitions . I've done birds of prey handling and care days with the kids as they grew up , little one  enjoyed it so much we did a whole day of falconry up northumbria way last year. The surprising things is how they take to it like ducks to water , eldest when six was like a professional handling horses , like he'd always done it .

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On 1/21/2019 at 10:52 PM, jkvlondon said:

This happened down the street from me , one of my sons friends live a few doors down , There are a fair few tamil people on that street. The school issued a letter as her kids attended the same school as my daughter ... tragic waste of life now the older kids lose both parents

She is from Mauritius though not tamil. 

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we knew her to look at , my other friend was actually friendly with her and said she seemed really nice and laid back looking forward to her baby , unfortunately her ex missed her husband who ran into the house and the arrow hit her instead. standing in the kitchen

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