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Article about: Purchased this last week and hoping it looks as good in person as the photos. I have several fighting knives from the US but only swords and hewer daggers from the Deutsche but no boot knive

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    Quote by Logictox View Post
    What is in that photo that is illegal to own in Australia?
    The double edged blades are illegal in Aust.

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    The double edged blades are illegal in Aust.
    Your kidding surly. I knew they enacted some tough gun laws but really what do they think a person is going to do with a double edge blade? Don't answer that, I know liberals in my own country would ban sling shots if they could.

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    Quote by Logictox View Post
    Your kidding surly. I knew they enacted some tough gun laws but really what do they think a person is going to do with a double edge blade? Don't answer that, I know liberals in my own country would ban sling shots if they could.
    Now you had to mention sling shots!!! in my state Victoria -- Commercially made complete slingshots are considered a prohibited weapon

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    Now you had to mention sling shots!!! in my state Victoria -- Commercially made complete slingshots are considered a prohibited weapon

    That's just sad.

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    The double edged blades are illegal in Aust.
    These blades usually have a 'false edge' along 40% of the spine,
    but some may have been sharpened by their owners.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    These blades usually have a 'false edge' along 40% of the spine,
    but some may have been sharpened by their owners.........
    Congrats on picking up a nice example of this model of fighting knife!
    I think it is safe to say that "ALL" of these models have a false edge along the front of the spine. And yes, some were sharpened as can be seen on the top one in this photo of some of my examples.
    I have proof stamped 5's and 6's, and I found an S stamped example this weekend for sale. I think I am going to contact the seller and pick it up if it is still available.
    I find the construction of the 6 stamped examples to be a little better than the 5 stamped ones.
    Ralph.
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    Hope to see photos if it's still available to you Ralph.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    weapons law is strange.
    In Holland you cant have a Knuckle knife but a 160lbs Crossbow is completely legal.
    And that bow is capable of a silent kill at 100 yards

    Cheers,
    Ger

    Btw: Thats a very nice Fighting Knife you showed us, congratz on this beauty!

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