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The Knife Dealer’s Licence (Historical Re-enactment Events) (Scotland) Order 2011

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2.—(1) The activities in this article are not to be taken to be businesses for the purposes of section 27A(4) of the Act.

(2) The selling, hiring, offering or exposing for sale or hire, lending or giving of an arrow but only where that activity is undertaken—

(a)in connection with a historical re-enactment event; and

(b)within the immediate vicinity of a historical re-enactment event.

(3) The selling, hiring, offering or exposing for sale or hire, lending or giving of an article within the meaning of section 27A(2) of the Act but only where that activity is undertaken—

(a)in connection with a historical re-enactment event; and

(b)within the immediate vicinity of a historical re-enactment event.

(4) In this article—

“arrow” means an arrow designed or adapted for use in the sport of archery; and

“historical re-enactment event” means an educational or entertainment event, to which members of the public are admitted on payment of money or money’s worth, and in which participants attempt to recreate aspects of a historical event or period (which includes, but is not limited to, battle re-enactment and combat demonstrations).

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