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Australian Z Special Unit Knuckle Knife

Article about: Greetings all, I thought I’d share two WWII Australian escapees (to the USA). One is a WWII Australian Z Special Unit Knuckle Knife with original BONNEY & CLARK LTD. MAKERS stamped scabb

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    Again Very nice I envy you with these
    Regards
    René

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    Could be dangerous if you got a kickback on your motorcycle !!
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    Very nice knives all. I especially like the ones in the latter pic.

    About using fighting knives/tranch knives for bikes; Ive seen pics of US 1918 Trench Knife handles being used (I sincerely hope, they were repros).

    Also .50 cal cartridge cases being used as parts for bike handles.
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    Quote by Scout View Post
    Very nice knives all. I especially like the ones in the latter pic.

    About using fighting knives/tranch knives for bikes; Ive seen pics of US 1918 Trench Knife handles being used (I sincerely hope, they were repros).

    Also .50 cal cartridge cases being used as parts for bike handles.

    Greetings Scout,

    Yes, those are definitely reproductions.

    Regards,

    Lance

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    I hope no one used them for motorcycle handles

    I can see a crash happening and one going over the handle bars still having ones fingers intertwined in the knuckle duster and being yanked back by the weight of the bike only to have it eventually land on you.

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    Default A couple of interesting Trench Knifes

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    Great knives, Gentīs, thx. for showing !

    Itīs a pitty that it is prohibited, to own such pattern knives here in Austria ! ...

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