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Australian Z Special Unit Knuckle Knife

Article about: Greetings all, I thought Id 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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    Greetings all,

    I thought Id 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 scabbard and the other is the similar brass handled variant sans scabbard.

    Regards,

    Lance

    P.S. I was going to use the handle to make a kick starter for a motorcycle, but I was afraid of receiving death threats if I had

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    Nice one--- just as well you didn't!!!! hehehe
    These are illegal in my parts so they are in asylum
    Regards
    Ren

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    You would probably be dead already

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    Very nice , legal in most states in oz , but a prohibited import .

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    Quote by Australia View Post
    Very nice , legal in most states in oz , but a prohibited import .
    not here in Victoria these are knuckle dusters! and you need here a permit to own double edged blades and to top it off we can't even carry a swiss army knife in public!!!!!
    Regards
    Ren

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    not here in Victoria these are knuckle dusters! and you need here a permit to own double edged blades and to top it off we can't even carry a swiss army knife in public!!!!!
    Yes , Victoria has the toughest knife laws in Australia .
    But you can still get a permit to own.

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    What a devine pair of fighting knives Lance.
    Thanks for posting them.

    All the best

    Dave

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    Very nice set indeed.
    Would love to find some one day

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    Quote by militariaone View Post
    Greetings all,

    I thought Id 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 scabbard and the other is the similar brass handled variant sans scabbard.

    Regards,

    Lance

    P.S. I was going to use the handle to make a kick starter for a motorcycle, but I was afraid of receiving death threats if I had

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    We know you are kidding.

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    Those are way cool man.

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    I only own one other Australian knuckle knife, it's the one in the middle (below).

    Regards,

    Lance

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