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Old 15th August 2021, 02:52 PM   #13
David R
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Originally Posted by cel7 View Post
Thanks for your comment.

I doubt that actually. "warranted" means that the weapon is tested for strenght, hardness, flexibility etc. This was a guarantee that you bought a weapon that met the requirments needed on the battlefield. In other words, a more expensive weapon. Why would you do that if you knew that you probably never need to use it?!
"Probably" is not a guarantee......
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