Teeny weenly cute little Schrade mini 303 framelock knife £8.95 (+£2 P&P if under £20) was £18.95 @ Heinnie
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Teeny weenly cute little Schrade mini 303 framelock knife £8.95 (+£2 P&P if under £20) was £18.95 @ Heinnie

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Found 4th Oct
Another lovely little knife from a good brand at a great price.

No need to thank me, I'll just sit back and watch this go colder than a cold thing... again!

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I think we should ban all knives, they have no other use than violence in the hands of criminals. Also computers because hackers use them. And cars, cos drunk drivers. And bar stools cos my friend got hit by one in a pub once.

How the hell did I end up on Planet Snowflake?

As a former Boy Scout I'm pleased that they continue to teach knife craft, so as adults then at least a certain percentage of the population is capable of surviving more than 50 feet from a Starbucks or McDonalds.

There is a reason knives like this exist, they have a thicker back so you can cut wood safely, unlike kitchen knives which would bend and snap.
True, outside of a Scout Leader's supervision a scout can no longer carry one of these,
and that sad state of affairs in entirely down to this pathetic generation of whining professional victims.
Edited by: "horsey" 4th Oct

Be careful.

The Chinese banned knives and ended up having to use little sticks to eat their dinner.

Original Poster

For anyone who wants basic info on knife law...

gov.uk/buy…ves

For the record, I have an interest in knives and collect (mainly) pocket knives, some cheap, some expensive; I was a boy scout many moons ago and still enjoy outdoor pursuits.

Knives are useful tools and I typically use one daily, this type of pocket folder is far more less dangerous than your average ASBO "Shank" / screwdriver / cleaver / machete / kitchen knife / drain cleaner / car / bike lock / iron / BB bat...

My boy (4yo) already has his first knife (all be it wooden) and he's being taught how to use it safely & respect it.

I do like to see peoples (over)reaction on these deals and then subsequent "heat" on some 'orible morphy richards £10 kitchen knife set from argos.

I don't have shares in HH
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Helping people buy knives cheaper. Nice.

I can imagine this is a great bit of kit for a great price for someone who needs one.
Just with the way the world is I don't think things like this should be readily available.

Yes you can buy kitchen knives etc readily but this is something that would appeal to wrong un's unfortunately.

BAN ALL OF THE THINGS
Edited by: "majestic2012" 4th Oct

Thanks

It won’t be on here long I don’t think

Ffs leave me out op

BigBuds1 m ago

It won’t be on here long I don’t think


Why, he's seems to post a lot of knife deals. Which have remained on the site, I'm not sure if he gets a bonus from the company though lol.

... illegal to carry in public, before the debate begins

peter1969uk13 m ago

Why, he's seems to post a lot of knife deals. Which have remained on the …Why, he's seems to post a lot of knife deals. Which have remained on the site, I'm not sure if he gets a bonus from the company though lol.


I’m sure I read somewhere that’s knifes we’re not allowed on here. Looks like I’m wrong though.
Edited by: "BigBuds" 4th Oct

Master_Yoda8 m ago

OP should be banned as should all similar deals like this. He has a …OP should be banned as should all similar deals like this. He has a disturbing fascination with pocket / combat knifes. There is no good reason to carry anything like this on you. Encouraging others to do this is ****** up. Also his description of the knife in his title shows he isn't normal and shouldn't be allowed use of the internet.


Your tinfoil hat seems to be malfunctioning, best get it serviced asap.

Master_Yoda15 m ago

OP should be banned as should all similar deals like this. He has a …OP should be banned as should all similar deals like this. He has a disturbing fascination with pocket / combat knifes. There is no good reason to carry anything like this on you. Encouraging others to do this is ****** up. Also his description of the knife in his title shows he isn't normal and shouldn't be allowed use of the internet.

Just because a person has an interest in something, it doesn't follow that they will abuse that interest.

People like to collect all sorts of things.

As an example I know a father and son who love bush crafting. They have all sorts of knives.

I have a small knife on my keyring. It is useful for many things.

Yes, there are loonies who abuse such things, but there are far more loonies getting in a car everyday and driving like idiots at a risk to others.

BigBuds20 m ago

I’m sure I read somewhere that’s knifes we’re not allowed on here. Looks li …I’m sure I read somewhere that’s knifes we’re not allowed on here. Looks like I’m wrong though.


Nothing specific about knifes, from what I can see. I've not voted either way, I've no idea if its a deal or not.

I think we should ban all knives, they have no other use than violence in the hands of criminals. Also computers because hackers use them. And cars, cos drunk drivers. And bar stools cos my friend got hit by one in a pub once.

rebmaliMguP12 m ago

I think we should ban all knives, they have no other use than violence in …I think we should ban all knives, they have no other use than violence in the hands of criminals. Also computers because hackers use them. And cars, cos drunk drivers. And bar stools cos my friend got hit by one in a pub once.

My favourite by far!

Have you got a good price on sulphuric acid?

how is this allowed on here, get it off

Master_Yoda1 h, 8 m ago

OP should be banned as should all similar deals like this. He has a …OP should be banned as should all similar deals like this. He has a disturbing fascination with pocket / combat knifes. There is no good reason to carry anything like this on you. Encouraging others to do this is ****** up. Also his description of the knife in his title shows he isn't normal and shouldn't be allowed use of the internet.

well said.

At the risk of a first ban or here because HUKD won’t like the criticism, but I’m absolutely disgusted with the mods that they’ve seen fit to allow this deal to continue on here.

Such a bizarre mindset, this knife is somehow bad? i would much rather some yob coming at me with this than a massive selection of huge kitchen knifes available to purchase for which would receive no criticism from the same people on here who are showing their moral disgust at this item.

How the hell did I end up on Planet Snowflake?

As a former Boy Scout I'm pleased that they continue to teach knife craft, so as adults then at least a certain percentage of the population is capable of surviving more than 50 feet from a Starbucks or McDonalds.

There is a reason knives like this exist, they have a thicker back so you can cut wood safely, unlike kitchen knives which would bend and snap.
True, outside of a Scout Leader's supervision a scout can no longer carry one of these,
and that sad state of affairs in entirely down to this pathetic generation of whining professional victims.
Edited by: "horsey" 4th Oct

get real people this looks designed to hide away, its not some scouts whittling thing, get it off here, morons

Be careful.

The Chinese banned knives and ended up having to use little sticks to eat their dinner.

markchambers25 m ago

get real people this looks designed to hide away, its not some scouts …get real people this looks designed to hide away, its not some scouts whittling thing, get it off here, morons


"Hide away" ? Please explain the pocket clip then...

You don't have to be abusive on the internet just because virtue signalling has become a way of life.

Regardless of looks, the knife is still illegal to carry without good reason (it's got a locking blade)
that's why we have laws, so people can buy sharp tools and use them appropriately, and those that don't get 4 years or a £5,000 fine.

btw 4 years is what you get for trafficking girls in Rochdale these days, so compare the two crimes
Edited by: "horsey" 4th Oct

Wow - my comment was removed by mods and the HotUKDeals knife lobby - lmao. Interesting use of censorship and controlling a debate. It even had loads of likes at the time - you are only allowed to have a voice and get likes here if you support the Knife lobby. The mods should seriously be ashamed of themselves - shocking.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 4th Oct

you can do more damage with a bread knife hidden up your sleeve

plenty of kitchen knife sets posted on here


you can do even more damage with a car

plenty of car lease deals posted on here

grow up guys

We need to be careful of what's posted though:

17 Assault rifles killed 58 people in America,
but a fridge killed 80 people in Grenfell

Original Poster

BigBuds2 h, 25 m ago

It won’t be on here long I don’t think



Agreed, fantastic price, will sell out soon.... be quick!

If OP is allowed these knives, I'd like a gun. Maybe mods will send me one for Xmas - could also put it as a prize in the next Flamedeer competition.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 4th Oct

I do find it surprising the number of people on here who think knives are, in themselves, dangerous. It is about time that you all realised that it is the people who misuse them that are dangerous.

Are you now suggesting that we should ban metal combs because they can be sharpened? Maybe we should ban the sale of large pieces of wood to those under the age of 18 too, just in case they choose to misuse those larger pieces to beat someone over the head? Oooh, what about darts, golf-clubs, jack-handles, baseball-bats, glass bottles, carpet knives and the thousand and one other items that can be used as weapons?

How about banning knees and fists and Glasgow Kisses because we all know the damage than they can cause?

They've banned guns and lock-knives and restricted acid sales - do you really think that someone wanting to buy or use any of those things is really going to be stopped by a little legislation? If you do, I think you are totally out of touch with the real world. My understanding is that every single thing that is illegal in this country can be obtained - this crime statistics link backs that up

Original Poster

For anyone who wants basic info on knife law...

gov.uk/buy…ves

For the record, I have an interest in knives and collect (mainly) pocket knives, some cheap, some expensive; I was a boy scout many moons ago and still enjoy outdoor pursuits.

Knives are useful tools and I typically use one daily, this type of pocket folder is far more less dangerous than your average ASBO "Shank" / screwdriver / cleaver / machete / kitchen knife / drain cleaner / car / bike lock / iron / BB bat...

My boy (4yo) already has his first knife (all be it wooden) and he's being taught how to use it safely & respect it.

I do like to see peoples (over)reaction on these deals and then subsequent "heat" on some 'orible morphy richards £10 kitchen knife set from argos.

I don't have shares in HH

Nice looking knife. Very functional. Price seems a good deal too.

dataload54 m ago

you can do more damage with a bread knife hidden up your sleeveplenty of …you can do more damage with a bread knife hidden up your sleeveplenty of kitchen knife sets posted on hereyou can do even more damage with a carplenty of car lease deals posted on heregrow up guys


I do enough damage with a bread knife cutting cobs, I don't need to risk it up my sleeve too thank you very much.

Anyway as a farmer, these type of knives can be handy to cut the twine from hay bales, cutting twine from field gates, cutting twine from twine, you get the point.

Robot_Rooster4 m ago

As a farmer, these type of knives can be handy to cut the twine from hay …As a farmer, these type of knives can be handy to cut the twine from hay bales, cutting twine from field gates, cutting twine from twine, you get the point.



All the farmers I know also have shotguns... they're useful too, you get the point.

Master_Yoda5 m ago

All the farmers I know also have shotguns... they're useful too, you get …All the farmers I know also have shotguns... they're useful too, you get the point.


I don't actually

...and I don't own a shotgun.

stevesipmax3 h, 38 m ago

...this is something that would appeal to wrong un's unfortunately.


Want to ban BMWs too..?

maxeyt10 h, 7 m ago

Be careful.The Chinese banned knives and ended up having to use little …Be careful.The Chinese banned knives and ended up having to use little sticks to eat their dinner.

Didn't ban them , they used them for money.

I recently spent £500 on one of these, after waiting nearly 10 years on a list
raymears.com/Bus…fe/


Was i some deranged hoodlum waiting to harm someone or a collector?

cloudwarrior44 m ago

I recently spent £500 on one of these, after waiting nearly 10 years on a …I recently spent £500 on one of these, after waiting nearly 10 years on a list https://www.raymears.com/Bushcraft_Product/72-Woodlore-Knife/Was i some deranged hoodlum waiting to harm someone or a collector?

Yeah, you sound normal.

jonesinamillion12 h, 24 m ago

For anyone who wants basic info on knife …For anyone who wants basic info on knife law...https://www.gov.uk/buying-carrying-knivesFor the record, I have an interest in knives and collect (mainly) pocket knives, some cheap, some expensive; I was a boy scout many moons ago and still enjoy outdoor pursuits.Knives are useful tools and I typically use one daily, this type of pocket folder is far more less dangerous than your average ASBO "Shank" / screwdriver / cleaver / machete / kitchen knife / drain cleaner / car / bike lock / iron / BB bat...My boy (4yo) already has his first knife (all be it wooden) and he's being taught how to use it safely & respect it.I do like to see peoples (over)reaction on these deals and then subsequent "heat" on some 'orible morphy richards £10 kitchen knife set from argos.I don't have shares in HH



Whilst I am not a collector, I do have an interest in knives - just as a useful tool. I've carried a knife for most of my life, a small "penknife" when I was young and a lock-knife some years later. After quite a few decades of safely carrying and using my pocket knife I am now restricted in what I can carry and what I can use on an ad-hoc basis to help myself and those that do not carry a knife.

In theory a knife law is a good idea but, like so many laws that restrict ownership and usage, this takes into no real account the reality that the vast majority of buyers and users are benign and that those with a malignant intent will find a way to source what they need.
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