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  • Anything coming from Heinnie Haynes is now outside the EU, so get's hit for import duties.

    I'm using Kilkenny Knives and Tools and knivesandtools.ie lately, quick shipping and a decent selection.




  • my3cents wrote: »
    afaik if it has a lock blade - most good knives do, then you could be stopped for carrying it in a public place, but that doesn't make it illegal. However to someone interpenetrating the law it might :mad:

    Yer pulling in UK law there. Non locking and under 3 inches and you don't need to justify it in public in the UK, no such law here. A simple swiss army could land you in trouble here.

    This is the nature of war. By protecting others, you save yourself. If you only think of yourself, you'll only destroy yourself.





  • Where could I get some throwing knives? I have always wanted to get good at that. It's a Magnificent 7 thing.




  • Hi cluedo
    try https://www.jjt.ie/store-2
    in full disclosure myself and Jay from KKT (as KKT shut up their physical shop) set up JJ Tradepost jjt.ie as a one stop shop for all outdoor bush craft and knives. We are online but our shop opens in Kilkenny in a few weeks
    cheers
    joe




  • sentenel wrote: »
    Hi cluedo
    try https://www.jjt.ie/store-2
    in full disclosure myself and Jay from KKT (as KKT shut up their physical shop) set up JJ Tradepost jjt.ie as a one stop shop for all outdoor bush craft and knives. We are online but our shop opens in Kilkenny in a few weeks
    cheers
    joe

    Thanks, just saw this reply now.

    What throwing knives would you recommend for a beginner? The microflight ones look the part.


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