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Draper 13 function pocket knife £2.90 @ Amazon/Add on item
Draper 13 function pocket knife £2.90 @ Amazon/Add on item

Draper 13 function pocket knife £2.90 @ Amazon/Add on item

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13 functions including penknife, screwdriver blade, pair of scissors, can opener and corkscrew etc.

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Original Poster

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Great thanks, ordered for 2 boys stocking fillers.

Good price, but is not a patch on a Victorinox, which, admittedly, is £15-£20 on a good day on HUKD. As usual, you get what you pay for. Some of the reviews of this, e.g.:

I was gob smacked when received as it was up to and beyond swiss army … I was gob smacked when received as it was up to and beyond swiss army knife standard without paying for the name and far cheaper a real bargain.



...are laughably optimistic. Some people are easily pleased

I have had the 'Proper' one for around 40 years and can never recall using it.
Perhaps the toothpick once or twice.

Purchase... put in man draw... forget about even when needed...

Add-on item, what can I buy cheaply?

Deeco

Add-on item, what can I buy cheaply?



three more of these?

Maybe a silly question, but are these legal to carry? i.e. if the police searched me could they charge me with carrying a weapon?

7percent

Maybe a silly question, but are these legal to carry? i.e. if the police … Maybe a silly question, but are these legal to carry? i.e. if the police searched me could they charge me with carrying a weapon?



If all the blades are under 3 inches AND non-locking then this is legal to carry without justification. Try not take this out drinking with you and everything should be fine.

COCO

7percent

Maybe a silly question, but are these legal to carry? i.e. if the police … Maybe a silly question, but are these legal to carry? i.e. if the police searched me could they charge me with carrying a weapon?


1) Yes; 2) No.

The blade is under three inches and doesn't lock in place, hence legal to carry, though if you were to use or threaten to use one in an assault it would become and offensive weapon.

£4.28p now.

Guys thanx for the post and i found even crazier deal. £2.14 (plus shipping about £3.5)
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Not strictly true as could be an offensive weapon under PCA 1953. But as a bladed or sharply pointed article under 139 CJA 88 you are fine.
The difference being you don't threaten anyone with it !

gonzo02

Not strictly true as could be an offensive weapon under PCA 1953. But as … Not strictly true as could be an offensive weapon under PCA 1953. But as a bladed or sharply pointed article under 139 CJA 88 you are fine. The difference being you don't threaten anyone with it !



Yes it is strictly true. A tea cup can be used as an offensive weapon if that is how you choose to use it so that makes your point meaningless. Strictly speaking you can carry it around without worrying unless you enter a building such as a court or a school etc. that has a no blades policy.

Ok pesterjohn you are right what I said Is meaningless

@gonzo02

Meaning?
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