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Victorinox Spartan Swiss Army Pocket Tool - Red/Red Transparent £13.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Victorinox Spartan Swiss Army Pocket Tool - Red/Red Transparent £13.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)

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Excellent knife but this is actually higher than it is usually on amazon. Only by a bit but usually £13.60 or something. Black is slightly cheaper at the moment.
Edited by: "nonumb" 17th Feb
Perfect for pc building
Is this legal to hang on your jeans in full view and walk around town. Saw a lad other week doing this. Just wondering ever since I saw him haaaaaa. ???
NAT1417/02/2020 19:42

Is this legal to hang on your jeans in full view and walk around town. Saw …Is this legal to hang on your jeans in full view and walk around town. Saw a lad other week doing this. Just wondering ever since I saw him haaaaaa. ???


It's perfectly legal to carry a knife like this (folding, non-locking blade, 3" or less) in most circumstances, but it's illegal to use any knife in a threatening way. So, I guess it would depend on whether or not he was being threatening in the way he carried it. As with much of UK knife law, context is vital. Based on what you've said it sounds like he was within the law, but was also a pillock. I've carried a pocket knife daily for 35 years or so, and don't hesitate to use it in public when needed, but I wouldn't dream of walking around town with it on display, that kind of thing just makes people nervous.

Similarly, if I'm hiking and planning to do anything requiring a more substantial blade then I'll carry a fixed blade, but I'll keep it buried in my pack until it's needed, and then immediately repack it, so I don't worry any passers by.
Bullfrog18/02/2020 00:33

It's perfectly legal to carry a knife like this (folding, non-locking …It's perfectly legal to carry a knife like this (folding, non-locking blade, 3" or less) in most circumstances, but it's illegal to use any knife in a threatening way. So, I guess it would depend on whether or not he was being threatening in the way he carried it. As with much of UK knife law, context is vital. Based on what you've said it sounds like he was within the law, but was also a pillock. I've carried a pocket knife daily for 35 years or so, and don't hesitate to use it in public when needed, but I wouldn't dream of walking around town with it on display, that kind of thing just makes people nervous.Similarly, if I'm hiking and planning to do anything requiring a more substantial blade then I'll carry a fixed blade, but I'll keep it buried in my pack until it's needed, and then immediately repack it, so I don't worry any passers by.


Thank you very much for the info. I myself have one of these in the car and often in my old jackets for down the farm. But this young lad had it showing like a key ring shopping in New Look with his girlfriend. A youngster wearing all black and this RED bright pen knife hanging Haaaaaaa. Cant image what for. Thank you for info
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