Originally Posted by LANKY MK
If we had a problem with shoddy 'custom' airgun cylinder's in this country then i could understand talking about a ban, and no! someone injured in a far off country doesnt count, even if it was someone here that doesnt automatically mean we have a 'problem' with 'custom' airgun cylinder.
For me, if someone come's up with data showing we have a problem with 'custom' airgun cylinder's, then ill consider it something worth considering, currently for me i see such talk like this as an over the top knee **** reaction to a problem that doesn't exist.
Yes, I agree it is my knee **** reaction, the injured party being someone I know.
As has been said though, it's good to be made aware of the dangers from time to time, so perhaps not over the top when someone's almost been killed, however distant geographically.