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grenharware

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I've always wanted one of those!

They're OBSIDIAN knives, if I recall correctly.

It should be classified under "cultural art & crafts" but I cannot be certain about that.

Best to email A&E!
 

Lonerider

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I've always wanted one of those!

They're OBSIDIAN knives, if I recall correctly.

It should be classified under "cultural art & crafts" but I cannot be certain about that.

Best to email A&E!

This isn't obsidian for sure... obsidian is black or shades of black. Do a search for fibre optic glass blades.
 

ajitha

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I purchased this knife at Reliks in London, Ontario, not from amazon, but it's the same knife. Made in China; the blade opens quickly with one hand, but takes two hands to close it. You could try one-handed, but be careful or you'll lose a thumb. I tried the seat belt cutter on scrap materiel, and it did not cut at all, so do not buy it for that purpose like I did. On the butt is a glass breaker which I haven't tried yet, though it looks like it'll do the job. On the side is a clip for your belt also untried as I keep the knife in a bag and not on my person. Not bad overall for a one-handed opener but not an emergency tool.
 

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I purchased this knife at Reliks in London, Ontario, not from amazon, but it's the same knife. Made in China; the blade opens quickly with one hand, but takes two hands to close it. You could try one-handed, but be careful or you'll lose a thumb. I tried the seat belt cutter on scrap materiel, and it did not cut at all, so do not buy it for that purpose like I did. On the butt is a glass breaker which I haven't tried yet, though it looks like it'll do the job. On the side is a clip for your belt also untried as I keep the knife in a bag and not on my person. Not bad overall for a one-handed opener but not an emergency tool.

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anybutty want to buy my rat 1 ? cut a few pieces of paper only mint in box , never had his first sharpening yet
 

racer.guy

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How much would this knife go for, you reckon?

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Some bro trying to sell to me, and asking me to offer.

Is Sibert a good brand?

Where is it made in?

Thanks! ;)
 

Lonerider

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How much would this knife go for, you reckon?

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Some bro trying to sell to me, and asking me to offer.

Is Sibert a good brand?

Where is it made in?

Thanks! ;)

Looks like a knockoff of a Sibert Pocket Rocket... There's 3 versions; Pocket Rocket, Mini Pocket Rocket and the Benchmade MPR. None of them matches the one you have in the pic.

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Pocket Rocket

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Mini Pocket Rocket

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Benchmade MPR
 
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laurenspang

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ask u all lao jiaos ah...maybe abit OT but:

locally, whr can i find multitools like Leatherman series and etc?
cos i recently dig out my old brandless multitool collection and develop an interest :o

i see homefix got sell but pretty ex.
the Sheares shop got sell?
 

viix

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ask u all lao jiaos ah...maybe abit OT but:

locally, whr can i find multitools like Leatherman series and etc?
cos i recently dig out my old brandless multitool collection and develop an interest :o

i see homefix got sell but pretty ex.
the Sheares shop got sell?

it aint any cheaper @ sheares either.. maybe xxdragonxx still carry leatherman stuff.. check his shop blacktactical..
 

slayergut

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those knife can bring in singapore meh?

if can i also wan go buy...

Some can some cannot.not balisong, not automatic, not throwing, not dagger, not assisted opening, not gravity knife, manual normal folding knife should be can :)
 

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Why huh, is balisong banned? Spf website says no flick knives only. Balisong where got flick. Have to unlock first then can open. Open liao then have to manually lock again what -.-
 

Lonerider

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Why huh, is balisong banned? Spf website says no flick knives only. Balisong where got flick. Have to unlock first then can open. Open liao then have to manually lock again what -.-

Really? Why don't you try bringing in then... Oh and when you do please post a pic of it here.
 

Wildayu

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Why huh, is balisong banned? Spf website says no flick knives only. Balisong where got flick. Have to unlock first then can open. Open liao then have to manually lock again what -.-

Balisong is concealable knife, which is also named butterfly knife.
Good luck to you, it will be detained and will not be release once at the A&E.
 
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