Alas my condition no longer allows me to take and publish my own pictures. Shame as I would love to show them off as they are lovely examples of the Sheffield cutler's craft which has little changed over the centuries.How about some photos Jay ? Those sound interesting.
I didn’t know it was illegal to carry a pocket knife? I usually have one clipped to the inside of my pant pocket.
The rules vary from state to state. It is illegal in most states to carry a knife.I didn’t know it was illegal to carry a pocket knife? I usually have one clipped to the inside of my pant pocket.
I had no idea. I guess I’ll have to be a bit more careful. I wouldn’t want some of my more expensive pocket knives to end up being confiscated. Confiscating a cigar cutter seems well over the top.The rules vary from state to state. It is illegal in most states to carry a knife.
Queensland allows utility knives eg Swiss Army knives. In your state of WA, it is legal if it is a work necessity eg chefs knives.
I had a cigar cutter consficated at Sydney airport a couple of years ago on the basis that it was a bladed implement ?
I don’t have one, but it looks like a cool knife that seems to get positive feedback from people. The recurve on the blade may be a bit harder to sharpen than a straight blade, but that wouldn’t stop me from buying it.