Schrade pocket knife £10.95 (+£2p&P if under £30) was £22.95 @ Heinnie
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Schrade pocket knife £10.95 (+£2p&P if under £30) was £22.95 @ Heinnie

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Edited by:"jonesinamillion"Found 29th Sep
Good knife from a good brand at a great price!

Let the cold votes commence

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Heat from me too but most hukd don't like pocket knife deals ... but most are not educated enough on the matter either..

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CookinBat7 h, 33 m ago

Pocket knife. wtf. What is this, the 1850s?



Absolutely no place for a knife in modern society,...surely there's an app that can do the same functions
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Just watched some Russian YouTube vid. Looks nice was hoping it was a none locking knife. Bought the Kershaw you posted well happy with it but want a legal none locking now. Anyways thanx for the post & hv some warmth

Heat from me too but most hukd don't like pocket knife deals ... but most are not educated enough on the matter either..

Nice blade. I still can't understand why locking blades are illegal to carry if it's just a safety feature.
Anyway, Thanks for sharing.

Tucalito21 m ago

Nice blade. I still can't understand why locking blades are illegal to …Nice blade. I still can't understand why locking blades are illegal to carry if it's just a safety feature.Anyway, Thanks for sharing.

Unfortunately it is a safety feature, that in the wrong hands becomes a Lethal addition.
Which makes it harder for normal people to buy and carry useful tools for day to day tasks.
I have a lovely Leatherman Titanium multitool bit have to be careful where I carry it due to locking.

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guttediam2 h, 5 m ago

Just watched some Russian YouTube vid. Looks nice was hoping it was a none …Just watched some Russian YouTube vid. Looks nice was hoping it was a none locking knife. Bought the Kershaw you posted well happy with it but want a legal none locking now. Anyways thanx for the post & hv some warmth


That Kersshaw was awesome, one of the nicest folders I own regardless of cost

Oneday771 h, 56 m ago

Unfortunately it is a safety feature, that in the wrong hands becomes a …Unfortunately it is a safety feature, that in the wrong hands becomes a Lethal addition. Which makes it harder for normal people to buy and carry useful tools for day to day tasks. I have a lovely Leatherman Titanium multitool bit have to be careful where I carry it due to locking.


You are right. The problem is that virtually anything can become lethal in the wrong hands. Common sense should prevail.

Tucalito9 m ago

You are right. The problem is that virtually anything can become lethal in …You are right. The problem is that virtually anything can become lethal in the wrong hands. Common sense should prevail.

It should but in trouble areas more deaths would probably be the result. Damned if we do or don’t.

Pocket knife. wtf. What is this, the 1850s?

Tucalito27 m ago

You are right. The problem is that virtually anything can become lethal in …You are right. The problem is that virtually anything can become lethal in the wrong hands. Common sense should prevail.



Yeah, I killed someone with a chocolate eclair the other night. He put up one hell of a fight, but I managed to get him to choke on it in the end.

Oneday772 h, 19 m ago

It should but in trouble areas more deaths would probably be the result. …It should but in trouble areas more deaths would probably be the result. Damned if we do or don’t.




Honestly doubtful, the most carried and most likely to be used knives are kitchen knives, by a wide margin. Since you can still buy lock knives and such knives confiscated are usually above the legal limit anyway, meaning whether it is locking or not locking is irrelevant to a criminal and you can still easily intimidate or stab someone with a non-lock blade the law is pretty silly. It came in as one of those "well we have to ban something" knee jerk reaction.

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CookinBat7 h, 33 m ago

Pocket knife. wtf. What is this, the 1850s?



Absolutely no place for a knife in modern society,...surely there's an app that can do the same functions

catbeans5 h, 28 m ago

Honestly doubtful, the most carried and most likely to be used knives are …Honestly doubtful, the most carried and most likely to be used knives are kitchen knives, by a wide margin. Since you can still buy lock knives and such knives confiscated are usually above the legal limit anyway, meaning whether it is locking or not locking is irrelevant to a criminal and you can still easily intimidate or stab someone with a non-lock blade the law is pretty silly. It came in as one of those "well we have to ban something" knee jerk reaction.

I don’t disagree. People will use what they can readily get a hold of.
The more organised or nefarious will go for better concealment.

Unfortunately it is easier to legislate against the stupid.

OllieSt thank you 😊

Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal limit?
I have a couple of fixed blade bush craft knives, but fancy something more portable that I wouldn't have to worry about if taking on hikes etc.
Edit : oh so after some googling, I must mean a 'folding' knife, not a 'lock knife'
Edited by: "CelicaGT-Four" 30th Sep

winter_zombie14 h, 29 m ago

Heat from me too but most hukd don't like pocket knife deals ... but …Heat from me too but most hukd don't like pocket knife deals ... but most are not educated enough on the matter either..



Are you saying people on here on not sharp enough, may I say a rather pointed remark.

jonesinamillion4 h, 54 m ago

Absolutely no place for a knife in modern society,...surely there's an app …Absolutely no place for a knife in modern society,...surely there's an app that can do the same functions

Would this app work with Alexa too?

CelicaGT-Four8 h, 13 m ago

Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal …Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal limit?I have a couple of fixed blade bush craft knives, but fancy something more portable that I wouldn't have to worry about if taking on hikes etc. Edit : oh so after some googling, I must mean a 'folding' knife, not a 'lock knife'


Check crkt journeyer, I got one when posted here couple of months ago, and its awesome. This time with this one, I order also the Kershaw cinder, hopefully I will be able to remove the locking blade to make it legal to have on my keys.

CelicaGT-Four30th Sep

Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal …Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal limit?I have a couple of fixed blade bush craft knives, but fancy something more portable that I wouldn't have to worry about if taking on hikes etc. Edit : oh so after some googling, I must mean a 'folding' knife, not a 'lock knife'

Victorinox Farmer Alox - Uk carry legal, metal construction and has a slightly thicker / more durable blade than a standard SAK, also has a saw and awl (works well for drilling holes in things, it's an end tool on the Farmer instead of on the side like with standard SAK's) so handy when out in the woods to.
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