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NIETO Pocket Knife Riverwood 2.75" Blade £16.51 @ Amazon

£16.51 @ Amazon
Was £22.95 A very good general purpose knife, made from good quality materials. The blade is actually just over 3 inches although the cutting edge is just under, and also features no locking mecha… Read More
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banned7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Was £22.95
A very good general purpose knife, made from good quality materials.

The blade is actually just over 3 inches although the cutting edge is just under, and also features no locking mechanism. This means the blade falls within the requirements of section 139, and is legal to carry without good excuse. Quality seems fine, being solid and fairly weighty.
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#1
I can only Imagine the thugs who would wish to carry this around!!!:whistling:
#2
Good price - very affordable for teenagers who want to knife someone....especially as you have told them its legal to carry!!! :?
banned#3
slayer201277
Good price - very affordable for teenagers who want to knife someone....especially as you have told them its legal to carry!!! :?


So says the slayer.........

I merely pointed this out as i got into a bit of bother for walking throu town with a similar knife that i used for work.
#4
stabtastic! seriously-I never knew it was legal to carry something like this? so if it doesnt have a locking mechanism its legal? doesnt that make a mockery of what the law was introduced for?
#5
Oh dear oh dear. The Daily Mail reading sheeple are out in force in this thread. The knife law is a mockery as it is, criminals don't care if a knife is legal to carry around.

I carried a knife as a young boy / teenager. It was never, ever used for crime, stabbing or threatening. It's just a handy tool to carry around if needed.
#6
Please can you stop any worded personal attacks in this thread - they will be removed and if it continues the thread will be locked. Thanks
#7
barky
I notice how quick you edited your original rant which was completely unwarranted and an attack on a member here-how brave of you that was. whether you like it or not-this product is LEGAL,and the op is a respected member who has posted many good deals here-clearly your contribution is MASSIVE(not)-kindly keep your swearing,and asking for people to be banned to the playground with your pals when school goes back after easter.


fragaliciousbob
very well put mate some people think that because its a knife it only has the purpose to do harm and only going to be bought by people wishing to do so as for the abuse i find it unwarrented


Have you 2 actually read the advertisement on this.

Have any of you been affected by knife crime in any fashion....? i never edited anything either, i stand by my rant also. this advert is completely unwarranted, no matter what way you put it. believe it or not, all knifes, machetes, swords etc.... are all LEGAL, you just cant carry them around the streets.

But to advertise a knife as LEGAL to carry, very responsible ehh (not), and shame on both of you!
#8
I don't see why people instantly assume people are going to use this for stabbing someone or to carry it around pretending to be cool. I go camping all the time and take a small knife and a small axe for chopping and carving wood. I use the knife for cutting food, rope and anything else that needs a sharp blade. It's not the knife that is the problem, it's a small minority of the users. Then the media blows it all out of proportion and the people that don't get out much and just believe everything they read instantly think the whole world is out to stab them.
#9
amibees
Please can you stop any worded personal attacks in this thread - they will be removed and if it continues the thread will be locked. Thanks


Apologies, i just feel that this thread is totally irresponsible, and wether or not I have 15 or 15,000 posts makes no difference. i seriously hope that no young pretenders come on this site, read this posters advert of "Legal to Carry"

Irresponsible of the poster and both the people who have backed him on this thread!
#10
Ive just been in the kitchen,and there are KNIVES!! bread knives,fruit knives etc,some of them are very very sharp-CLEARLY ,one of my children MIGHT one day decide to go on a murderous rampage,so I shall immediately report myself to the police and we shall all eat with our fingers in future-you know-just in case:whistling:
#11
Very good item. Very good price. I personally wouldn't have posted it. As there are some idiots out there who might be encouraged to buy it and carry it, but to be fair the majority of knife carriers (those that do it for dodgy reasons) couldn't give a rat a*se if it's legal or not.
#12
khamill
Have you 2 actually read the advertisement on this.

Have any of you been affected by knife crime in any fashion....? i never edited anything either, i stand by my rant also. this advert is completely unwarranted, no matter what way you put it. believe it or not, all knifes, machetes, swords etc.... are all LEGAL, you just cant carry them around the streets.

But to advertise a knife as LEGAL to carry, very responsible ehh (not), and shame on both of you!


This is incorrected.
#13
jonpal88
Yes that all very well and good but when there is NO mention of using this knife for fishing, etc in the post!!!! It is inappropriate when the poster says "blade falls within the requirements of section 139, and is legal to carry without good excuse", it is reasonable to assume that it will be used for unlawful purposes!! That's all...


^^^^^^^ This is Quoted from the Truth ^^^^^^

Thank you, at last some reason....
banned#14
barky
Ive just been in the kitchen,and there are KNIVES!! bread knives,fruit knives etc,some of them are very very sharp-CLEARLY ,one of my children MIGHT one day decide to go on a murderous rampage,so I shall immediately report myself to the police and we shall all eat with our fingers in future-you know-just in case:whistling:


ha ha ha yeah i have 2 boys 12 and 16 do they carry knives no (not that i'm aware of anyway) do i think they would i certainly hope not would i let them no of course not unless supervised by myself (fishing etc)
#15
Uncle Monkey
Very good item. Very good price. I personally wouldn't have posted it. As there are some idiots out there who might be encouraged to buy it and carry it, but to be fair the majority of knife carriers (those that do it for dodgy reasons) couldn't give a rat a*se if it's legal or not.


Very Good post, Very good thread, yet YOU wouldnt have posted it.... ehh?

Uncle Monkey
This is incorrected.


This is not incorrect, all legal to own, illegal to carry! Read up before posting!
#16
khamill
Listen mate

Im an avid camper, hill climber and fisherman.

But if I found a utensil online for any of these activities, I would word it as such, please read the posters comments and think outside the box on this one.

Its irresponsible, no matter what way its put!


Ok, having re-read the post I can see where you are coming from. It's not a good idea to put those words in the title. Having said that, there are heavy handed police out there who will just see anything shiny and confiscate it due to you not having 'good reason'. With this you don't need to justify it, and therefore it isn't down to the individual policeman whether to actually believe your reason or not.
#17
barky
Ive just been in the kitchen,and there are KNIVES!! bread knives,fruit knives etc,some of them are very very sharp-CLEARLY ,one of my children MIGHT one day decide to go on a murderous rampage,so I shall immediately report myself to the police and we shall all eat with our fingers in future-you know-just in case:whistling:


Yeah great post mate, very responsible also!
banned#18
jonpal88
Yes that all very well and good but when there is NO mention of using this knife for fishing, etc in the post!!!! It is inappropriate when the poster says "blade falls within the requirements of section 139, and is legal to carry without good excuse", it is reasonable to assume that it will be used for unlawful purposes!! That's all...


so you think that the op should list all uses for a knife then it would be ok then
#19
olliehayman
Ok, having re-read the post I can see where you are coming from. It's not a good idea to put those words in the title. Having said that, there are heavy handed police out there who will just see anything shiny and confiscate it due to you not having 'good reason'. With this you don't need to justify it, and therefore it isn't down to the individual policeman whether to actually believe your reason or not.


I know that mate

But lets not get on the police rant, lets concentrate on the poster....

Im a Young 16 year old delinquent, violent with a drink in me, see this post, see the thread as legal within section ***, do I become interested in this, of course i do.

Im a Fisherman, see a similar knife advertised as great for fishing, great size weight, great for gutting etc... This would catch my eye as such!
#20
Perfectly good deal for a perfectly useful item.

I have no idea why people think that putting a knife on HotUK deals it will somehow make it more accessible or encourage people to use it for criminal purposes. People know where to get knives if they want them, and criminals are not influenced in their behaviour if there is a good deal on a knife. If you need a knife to commit crime you can walk into any kitchen and pick one up.

The Terms and Conditions of this website are there for everybody to read, they are written by HotUKDeals, not by the people who post. This thread doesn't contravene the T&Cs or it wouldn't be here. Therefore it can only be judged on the cost.

A knife is used primarily as a handy tool. Criminal uses are way down the list, but as a subject to get irrationally supercilious about - must it's its second most popular function.

Hot.
#21
fragaliciousbob
so you think that the op should list all uses for a knife then it would be ok then


Your obviously being backed into a wall and making yourself sound more stupid with every post you make.

Most if not all threads on here are posted with their uses.

This sort of knife is seen as the type of knife, due to weight, size, look, as the knife for young knife carryers, look anywhere at any anti knife campaigns, even ask your 16 year old for Gods sake, who obviously will be far more educated on the subject than yourself.

you have made a mockery of the people trying to do the right thing on this thread, so again shame on you. i might be on my HIGH HORSE as you put it, but with replys like your own, I have every right too!
banned#22
khamill
Very Good post, Very good thread, yet YOU wouldnt have posted it.... ehh?



This is not incorrect, all legal to own, illegal to carry! Read up before posting!


he didn't say 1st bold he said Very good item , follow your own advice 2nd bold
#23
khamill
Very Good post, Very good thread, yet YOU wouldnt have posted it.... ehh?

This is not incorrect, all legal to own, illegal to carry! Read up before posting!


I gave my reasons why I wouldn't post it. However it is a personal choice issue. It is a bargain for what it is.

Not every bladed item as you describe is legal to own.
#24
Uncle Monkey
I gave my reasons why I wouldn't post it. However it is a personal choice issue. It is a bargain for what it is.

Not every bladed item as you describe is legal to own.


Yes they are, and sold in some high streets!

Again, not legal to Carry, but as utensils and in some cases ornaments, LEGAL!
#25
fragaliciousbob
ha ha ha yeah i have 2 boys 12 and 16 do they carry knives no (not that i'm aware of anyway) do i think they would i certainly hope not would i let them no of course not unless supervised by myself (fishing etc)


Such a responsible Father (not that Im aware of anyway)...

Case in point with 1 or 2 on this thread...
#26
khamill
Yes they are, and sold in some high streets!

Again, not legal to Carry, but as utensils and in some cases ornaments, LEGAL!


Flick knives, butterfly knives and disguised knives are all illegal to buy. :whistling:
#27
Uncle Monkey
Flick knives, butterfly knives and disguised knives are all illegal to buy. :whistling:


I said machetes and swords etc.... meaning that even larger, more violent looking blades where legal, where did I mention flick knives or disguised knifes.

Seeing what you want there...
#28
khamill;8322317
believe it or not, all knifes, machetes, swords etc.... are all LEGAL, you just cant carry them around the streets.

To me that looks like you said ALL KNIFES.
#29
do many teenage thugs read hot uk deal for advice on what knives are legal for them to carry round?
#30
khamill
Have you 2 actually read the advertisement on this.

Have any of you been affected by knife crime in any fashion....? i never edited anything either, i stand by my rant also. this advert is completely unwarranted, no matter what way you put it. believe it or not, [SIZE="7"]all knifes[/SIZE], machetes, swords etc.... are all LEGAL, you just cant carry them around the streets.

But to advertise a knife as LEGAL to carry, very responsible ehh (not), and shame on both of you!


khamill
I said machetes and swords etc.... meaning that even larger, more violent looking blades where legal, where did I mention flick knives or disguised knifes.

Seeing what you want there...


Pwned :thumbsup:
banned#31
imafish2002
To me that looks like you said ALL KNIFES.


nicely done mate :-D
#32
Me thinks some things just ain't worth posting.

With nearly 3000 post though, I think the poster new very well that this would stir things up a bit! Whatever floats your boat, I suppose,
#33
I think there are 2 arguments here, firstly if this knife should have been posted here and secondly if the infromation in the post is misleading about legality to carry it with you. On the first point I think posting a knife deal especially when knife related violence is rife in the inner cities is questionable. You may argue what is to stop some one using a kitchen knife? Kitchen knife does not fold and is not one can be proud of owning. On the second point, if I was a plumber, builder, fisherman or a gardner I would not carry this on a saturday at the football match but keep it in a tool box or at home. So as far as the law is concerned if you are caught with this in a public place you have to justify to the police or the judge why you were carrying it. In conclusion I feel that the way the deal was worded and the nature of the item with all the potential problems- not a good idea.
#34
I might put up a good deal for some of that methedrone, I hear it does wonders for aiding plant growth for all you keen gardeners out there - this would get removed though even though it's technically still legal.

Pocket knives should not be listed on here, end of. OP must have known this was going to cause arguments and as for being legal, yeah right, try arguing that to the police if they find you carrying it.
#35
Mikey1610
I might put up a good deal for some of that methedrone, I hear it does wonders for aiding plant growth for all you keen gardeners out there - this would get removed though even though it's technically still legal.

Pocket knives should not be listed on here, end of. OP must have known this was going to cause arguments and as for being legal, yeah right, try arguing that to the police if they find you carrying it.


I would and have successfully had that conversation with the police about a pocket knife, twice.
#36
What did I miss?
#37
Uncle Monkey
I would and have successfully had that conversation with the police about a pocket knife, twice.


About using the knife whilst involving yourself in an outdoor activity, such as fishing, or just walking down the street?

Tell me more because for most of the time there's no justification for carrying a blade.
#38
Mikey1610
About using the knife whilst involving yourself in an outdoor activity, such as fishing, or just walking down the street?

Tell me more because for most of the time there's no justification for carrying a blade.


On one occasion, I had it in my pocket coming home from the pub. A group of three of us got stop cause one of my mates nearly fell into the road (he was a little worse for wear). They decided to use the stop as a standard stop and search (probably bumping up their quotas, as we were all white). At the time I was working as a facilities manager across 7 buildings and was for ever needing to use it at work. It's was very similar to the one in this OP. Explained why I had it, the copper agreed it was fine as it was under the legal size and sent me on my way.
#39
Uncle Monkey
On one occasion, I had it in my pocket coming home from the pub. A group of three of us got stop cause one of my mates nearly fell into the road (he was a little worse for wear). They decided to use the stop as a standard stop and search (probably bumping up their quotas, as we were all white). At the time I was working as a facilities manager across 7 buildings and was for ever needing to use it at work. It's was very similar to the one in this OP. Explained why I had it, the copper agreed it was fine as it was under the legal size and sent me on my way.


I don't know how old you are but I'd say the Police use their own discretion as to whether somebody has a genuine reason for carrying a knife (whether the blade is legal or not) and that you got lucky with a lame excuse like that and could easily have been taken in had it just been a different copper. Had you been a 16 year old hoody, you wouldn't have been so lucky.
#40
Mikey1610
I don't know how old you are but I'd say the Police use their own discretion as to whether somebody has a genuine reason for carrying a knife and that you got lucky with a lame excuse like that and could easily have been taken in had it just been a different copper. Had you been a 16 year old hoody, you wouldn't have been so lucky.


At the time I would have been about 28-29. It's also about how you talk to them and how much you know about your rights. The other time I got searched with it on me I merely said, after explaining I used it for work, "So you can confirm that it's of a size and type I can legally carry and I've explained why I'm carrying it, so I'm free to go. Or was there something else I could help you with today officer?".

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