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  1. Item withdrawn from sale

    Item withdrawn from sale
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    Item withdrawn from sale

    Item withdrawn from sale
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    A footnote for the above advert as I am unable to...

    A footnote for the above advert as I am unable to edit the post:

    Re the Marttiini Skinner:-

    I am selling this item as a private seller and this sale is in no way the responsibility of...
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    Yep, sorry forgot, will add it now :)

    Yep, sorry forgot, will add it now :)
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    Now Sold

    Now Sold
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    Victorinox Rescue Knife

    Victorinox Rescue Knife 35 posted to you.

    Not really very bushcrafty but as I am clearing out some of my bushy gear and it is stored with it.....

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    :)
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    For Sale, Marttiini Skinner

    Marttiini Skinner, Used but in good order 30 posted.

    The photo should tell you all you need to know, but if you have any questions please just ask :)14044
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    Both now sold through fleabay folks T^

    Both now sold through fleabay folks T^
  9. Thread: Spam attack

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    Spam attack

    There's a spam attack going on - 4 pages of new posts re study subjects etc
  10. Antonini Rescue Knife - good for ropework and, well rescuing stuff really

    Another item having to go to placate the Mrs......

    Antonini Rescue Knife

    As new, only used one to see if the "anvil" rope cutting feature worked (it does)

    45 including postage to your door...
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    Andrew Kirkham Fire Steels for sale

    2 x Andrew Kirkham fire steels. One "Viking" type and one "English (Flanders)" type.

    Only used the once so in very good nick. 9 each including postage (or 15 for the pair - although why you...
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    I always find it rather peculiar that the Spork...

    I always find it rather peculiar that the Spork was "invented" as it is in face only a modern version of the "Runcible Spoon" referred to by Edward Lear in The Owl and the Pussycat :rolleyes:
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    I haven't got any photos just at this moment but...

    I haven't got any photos just at this moment but I too am a secret SAK fan. I have a Forester 111mm which is superb knife, but is limited by having a liner lock and, hence, one must be mindful of...
  14. Thread: Confused

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    A less than 3.5" folding, non-locking knife is UK...

    A less than 3.5" folding, non-locking knife is UK legal to carry and will not arouse interest from the Police if carried sensibly (which means not to the shops/town centre/pubs and bars etc). Think...
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    Not sure about a civil war, but certainly an...

    Not sure about a civil war, but certainly an increase in terrorism related events that sadly may (and I sincerely hope I am wrong on this) lead to persecution or worse a race war :(
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    A quick short answer is no ones with the lock...

    A quick short answer is no ones with the lock ring are not legal and the non-locking ones are. After that it is all down to justification, carry one for your job, fine, going camping, fine etc ...
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    No sign of them in the UK just yet - keep an eye...

    No sign of them in the UK just yet - keep an eye on the "new items" sections of moonrakerknives.co.uk and heinnie.com for news :)
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    Went on the Friday :)

    Went on the Friday :)
  19. Excellent pics Tony :)

    Excellent pics Tony :)
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    This brings a whole new meaning to the phrase...

    This brings a whole new meaning to the phrase "I'll have a doner kebab" ;)
  21. Thread: pale magpie

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    It is Leucism as mentioned in the thread earlier...

    It is Leucism as mentioned in the thread earlier that creates this effect - the opposite is Melinism (I saw a black pheasant a couple of years back). Hooded crows and Ring Ouzels (Blackbirds with...
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    A rich man brusquely tells a poor man to step out...

    A rich man brusquely tells a poor man to step out of his way. "why?" asks the poor man. "Because I have much wealth, large lands and high status" replies the rich man. "How did you get such...
  23. Thread: Eden

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    By the same token, the series was asking "what if...

    By the same token, the series was asking "what if we could start again" etc, and yet is placing focus on pure entertainment and schism rather than the potential to show the positive side of the...
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    Very nice Tony T^

    Very nice Tony T^
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    A pair of walking boots?

    A pair of walking boots?
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