Blackhawk serrated pocked knife £14.95 @ Heinnie. Was £42 (+£2 if under £30)
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Blackhawk serrated pocked knife £14.95 @ Heinnie. Was £42 (+£2 if under £30)

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Found 3rd Aug 2017
Never owned a Blackhawk knife but reviews seem positive and its a good looking little thing!

HH delivery is £2 under £30 but typically rapid!
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"The Blackhawk HawkPoint is versatility at its finest! The robust, curved blade is constructed of AUS8A stainless steel with an entirely serrated edge making it a superb utility knife able to slice through cardboard or rope with ease. It is offered here at a real bargain price. Get one as a workplace tool and you definitely won't be disappointed.

  • Lanyard hole
  • Wire stripper
  • Bottle opener/pry tool
  • Ambidextrous thumb stud
  • Frame-lock locking mechanism
  • Sturdy spine with drop-point blade"

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arkhan7845 m ago

And you would need one for what reason?



Well if you killed a deer on your high street, and you got it home, then you would need one of these to skin it. If though you couldn't get it home and had to skin it in situ, then you would need a different knife, because these are not legal to carry in the UK.
arkhan781 h, 4 m ago

And you would need one for what reason?




Camping, construction , pocket knife tasks, opening packaging, as a pry, possibly job related tasks. Cutting, cutting tape, loose threads, scraping, peeling , removing splinters or other skin things, cutting seat belts or other materials in the even if an emergency, removing staples, picking at something, zip ties, string, fishing tasks., Trapped animals, casual gardening, cutting boxes, or did you mean this knife in particular?
Why are people so anti knives, axes or machetes?
They don't kill people, it's the deranged person holding it that's the danger not the useful tool.
God forbid someone get killed with a keyboard and they get banned...... The soft looney left will have to back to doing wordsearch.
Heat added and purchased whilst keyboards are still available for public use.
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Not legal carry fyi.
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nublets2k3 m ago

Not legal carry fyi.



I know.... lovely little thing though isn't it!
And you would need one for what reason?
arkhan7845 m ago

And you would need one for what reason?



Well if you killed a deer on your high street, and you got it home, then you would need one of these to skin it. If though you couldn't get it home and had to skin it in situ, then you would need a different knife, because these are not legal to carry in the UK.
arkhan781 h, 4 m ago

And you would need one for what reason?




Camping, construction , pocket knife tasks, opening packaging, as a pry, possibly job related tasks. Cutting, cutting tape, loose threads, scraping, peeling , removing splinters or other skin things, cutting seat belts or other materials in the even if an emergency, removing staples, picking at something, zip ties, string, fishing tasks., Trapped animals, casual gardening, cutting boxes, or did you mean this knife in particular?
VDisillusioned22 m ago

Well if you killed a deer on your high street, and you got it home, then …Well if you killed a deer on your high street, and you got it home, then you would need one of these to skin it. If though you couldn't get it home and had to skin it in situ, then you would need a different knife, because these are not legal to carry in the UK.


These are not legal without a valid reason. So if you were indeed hunting deer you could carry this knife, even though it would be completely inappropriate for the task. Where as if you carried it as a day to day pocket knife, yes it would be illegal.
catbeans46 m ago

Camping, construction , pocket knife tasks, opening packaging, as a pry, …Camping, construction , pocket knife tasks, opening packaging, as a pry, possibly job related tasks. Cutting, cutting tape, loose threads, scraping, peeling , removing splinters or other skin things, cutting seat belts or other materials in the even if an emergency, removing staples, picking at something, zip ties, string, fishing tasks., Trapped animals, casual gardening, cutting boxes, or did you mean this knife in particular?



Not a single thing in your list could not be achieved by, a better tool for the job, or simpler tool than this. And a UK legal carry tool at that.
Ordered thanks

- Rambo
Nice knife. These will make excellent birthday presents for my teenage nephews.
Just got back from the high street - Venison for Sunday lunch

Heated
Very popular in Slough town centre on a Saturday night
Why are people so anti knives, axes or machetes?
They don't kill people, it's the deranged person holding it that's the danger not the useful tool.
God forbid someone get killed with a keyboard and they get banned...... The soft looney left will have to back to doing wordsearch.
Heat added and purchased whilst keyboards are still available for public use.
samevans196821 m ago

Why are people so anti knives, axes or machetes? They don't kill people, …Why are people so anti knives, axes or machetes? They don't kill people, it's the deranged person holding it that's the danger not the useful tool. God forbid someone get killed with a keyboard and they get banned...... The soft looney left will have to back to doing wordsearch. Heat added and purchased whilst keyboards are still available for public use.


Why would you need a machete in this country ffs?
Roger_Irrelevant15 m ago

Why would you need a machete in this country ffs?

Clearing heavy under growth when your not in proximity of a 3 pin 240v power supply.... 😁
Look up the word Rural..... Open your mind....
undergrowth

a dense growth of shrubs and other plants, especially under trees in woodland.
"they cleared a path through the undergrowth"
synonyms: shrubbery, vegetation, greenery, ground cover, underwood, copsewood, brushwood, brush, scrub, underscrub, cover, covert, thicket, copse, coppice, wood, jungle; More
bushes, plants, weeds, brambles;
underbrush, underbush, shin-tangle

Thank you Oxford dictionary...
samevans196855 m ago

Why are people so anti knives, axes or machetes? They don't kill people, …Why are people so anti knives, axes or machetes? They don't kill people, it's the deranged person holding it that's the danger not the useful tool. God forbid someone get killed with a keyboard and they get banned...... The soft looney left will have to back to doing wordsearch. Heat added and purchased whilst keyboards are still available for public use.

Agree with what you're saying about people's mentality, but the ban is necessary, so it will be easier a sc***** carrying a knive for the wrong reason been prosecuted.
samevans19681 h, 42 m ago

Why are people so anti knives, axes or machetes? They don't kill people, …Why are people so anti knives, axes or machetes? They don't kill people, it's the deranged person holding it that's the danger not the useful tool. God forbid someone get killed with a keyboard and they get banned...... The soft looney left will have to back to doing wordsearch. Heat added and purchased whilst keyboards are still available for public use.



I have an axe for felling trees. It's locked away.
Too big to carry on my person and why would I anyway?
I don't have or carry knives of the type mentioned here (and I certainly don't have a machete (no reason to have one))
I can't think of a legitimate (not criminal) reason for carrying any of these things in the street.
And I think I would be rightly suspicious of anyone with one. And people get drunk or angry...
COLD? because we only ever buy knives to kill or maim people. It's not like we use these really useful tools for any other reason is it?
Kitchen knives are the weapon of choice when used as a weapon so best stop selling those and start rounding up the likes of Gordon Ramsey and Mary Berry because they go everywhere "equipped"
Totally agree. These things are not meant for carrying on the streets.
Luckily, these idiots who do are still in the minority, sadly they ALWAYS make the news at ten.
Oh for a return to the sixties and my days as a scout, we all had 6 inch or longer sheath knives on our belts. No surge in knife offences or overprotective helicopter parents constantly hovering over their loved ones.
pwel2 h, 28 m ago

Agree with what you're saying about people's mentality, but the ban is …Agree with what you're saying about people's mentality, but the ban is necessary, so it will be easier a sc***** carrying a knive for the wrong reason been prosecuted.

I don't think 12 months in her majesty's establishment with all mod cons is actually a deterant is it? And that's the best case scenario for the public. Most of the time they get a bloody social worker and a helping hand in life. But that's for another debate. Lol.
samevans19682 h, 52 m ago

undergrowtha dense growth of shrubs and other plants, especially under …undergrowtha dense growth of shrubs and other plants, especially under trees in woodland."they cleared a path through the undergrowth"synonyms: shrubbery, vegetation, greenery, ground cover, underwood, copsewood, brushwood, brush, scrub, underscrub, cover, covert, thicket, copse, coppice, wood, jungle; Morebushes, plants, weeds, brambles;underbrush, underbush, shin-tangleThank you Oxford dictionary...



In which case, you'd be better off with a scythe or sickle.

And the fun you can have with a scythe and black hooded robes...........
Edited by: "qbs" 3rd Aug 2017
Original Poster
Dont you just love a knife thread

if i wanted to injure someone then a more appropriate tool would be a kitchen knife, claw hammers, screwdriver.....
VDisillusioned11 h, 59 m ago

Not a single thing in your list could not be achieved by, a better tool …Not a single thing in your list could not be achieved by, a better tool for the job, or simpler tool than this. And a UK legal carry tool at that.




Name something the size of a small knife I can put in pocket that can do all these jobs?
catbeans9 m ago

Name something the size of a small knife I can put in pocket that can do …Name something the size of a small knife I can put in pocket that can do all these jobs?



How about a small non-locking pocket knife?
VDisillusioned18 m ago

How about a small non-locking pocket knife?




This is a small knife, 6cm blade so not even 2 and half inch and the lock is easily disabled if you wish to carry this all the time. I carry a lock knife for work reasons, because a lock knife is safer. Ironically enough i have even been mugged at knife point, one item taken was a locking knife (it was in a belt pouch inside my backpack), the police have since returned the knife.
I like knifes, I have a 6" bowie knife which I won for best patrol on scout summer camp 1973 when I was 13. I keep it razor sharp and polished. I have a leatherman multitool, the type without a lock on the knife so I can carry it about when on holiday camping. I also have 2 swiss army knifes, a keyring sized one and a 3" blade one with lots of useful stuff on it, scissors, saw, and a thing for getting stones out of horses hooves. I also have a bushcutter (machete) very useful in the garden. Hand axe, felling axe yep got them as well.
As I said I like knives, and would quite like the one advertised.
I have no intention of harming anyone, unless the voices tell me otherwise.
heinnie.com/blo…aw/ be very wary when carrying any knife. If you knife is a lock blade you best have a very good reason for carrying it on you.
raf35y13 h, 21 m ago

I like knifes, I have a 6" bowie knife which I won for best patrol on …I like knifes, I have a 6" bowie knife which I won for best patrol on scout summer camp 1973 when I was 13. I keep it razor sharp and polished. I have a leatherman multitool, the type without a lock on the knife so I can carry it about when on holiday camping. I also have 2 swiss army knifes, a keyring sized one and a 3" blade one with lots of useful stuff on it, scissors, saw, and a thing for getting stones out of horses hooves. I also have a bushcutter (machete) very useful in the garden. Hand axe, felling axe yep got them as well.As I said I like knives, and would quite like the one advertised.I have no intention of harming anyone, unless the voices tell me otherwise.



raf35y13 h, 21 m ago

I like knifes, I have a 6" bowie knife which I won for best patrol on …I like knifes, I have a 6" bowie knife which I won for best patrol on scout summer camp 1973 when I was 13. I keep it razor sharp and polished. I have a leatherman multitool, the type without a lock on the knife so I can carry it about when on holiday camping. I also have 2 swiss army knifes, a keyring sized one and a 3" blade one with lots of useful stuff on it, scissors, saw, and a thing for getting stones out of horses hooves. I also have a bushcutter (machete) very useful in the garden. Hand axe, felling axe yep got them as well.As I said I like knives, and would quite like the one advertised.I have no intention of harming anyone, unless the voices tell me otherwise.


Agree with everything you say. Just don't go roaming the streets with them! I have a reasonable accumulation of knives collected over many years, from many different countries. They all serve a valid purpose. Use common sense, stay within the laws and all should be fine.
samevans196815 h, 10 m ago

Clearing heavy under growth when your not in proximity of a 3 pin 240v …Clearing heavy under growth when your not in proximity of a 3 pin 240v power supply.... 😁 Look up the word Rural..... Open your mind....


Yeh that happens all the time doesn't it, nobody living in rural areas has a petrol brush cutter do they?

Machetes are for hacking your way through jungle or for weapons for twunts in cities.
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Roger_Irrelevant47 m ago

Yeh that happens all the time doesn't it, nobody living in rural areas has …Yeh that happens all the time doesn't it, nobody living in rural areas has a petrol brush cutter do they?Machetes are for hacking your way through jungle or for weapons for twunts in cities.



So £12 machete or £200 petrol "strimmer"?

I've cleared a large overgrown urban garden with this heinnie.com/tra…490

edit - this is a good knife at a food price, no way should it go cold - shame on ypu "deal hunters".
Edited by: "jonesinamillion" 4th Aug 2017
jonesinamillion11 h, 14 m ago

So £12 machete or £200 petrol "strimmer"?I've cleared a large overgrown u …So £12 machete or £200 petrol "strimmer"?I've cleared a large overgrown urban garden with this https://www.heinnie.com/tramontina-machete-26490edit - this is a good knife at a food price, no way should it go cold - shame on ypu "deal hunters".



Fully agree... I bought a property with an attached 3 acre orchard, neglected for twenty years. Use of a Machete allowed an environmentally friendly and very efficient way for me to slowly manage and restore the orchard. I also see no value in cold voting because you don't like knives. I have several of various size and shape. I value all of them for their different use. I never carry one on the street. I hate Rap music but I don't vote it cold.
On that note - Knives don't kill people, people do
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-112 degrees shows how ill informed, "PC" and pedantic hukd has become... this is a deal but because its a topical taboo its been voted cold....

get a grip hukders >
Hope no one posts a deal on drain cleaner.
Knives don't kill people, rappers people do.
I was genuinely surprised when I saw all the hate and cold votes for knife deals before.
Seems to be the standard reception now on HUKD.

Bizarre really. Knives are lovely things. This would make a nice gift and you could keep it just to admire it, like a nice pen.
That's ignoring all the utility.

Anyway, voted hot not that it will really counter all the down votes much.

If you want to vote deals down, vote all the Nestle owned deals down - such as Nescafe. They kill babies. An estimated 1 million indirectly.

But again, despite boycoting nestle I don't downvote nestle deals. That's not the point of the site.
Vote on the deal, not on your prejudice.

This deal is for a tool. Tools are good.

Sad people.
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