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Latest Knives, Pliers in Chinese Market.

Hi, everyone here.

From today on, I will try to keep you updated with some of the latest knives just for share, pliers.etc made in China(including some OEM products) in this topic.

have fun

 

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ashuang0731 Thanks a lot.

Where is your site.

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Thank you

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Thanks, looking forward to the good information - thanks for the participation!

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Thanks!! great idea

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pictures:

 

basic information:

Whole Length:  16cm

Blade Length: 6cm

Full Tang, Material: 7Cr17 (57HRC)+Micarta

Weight: 150g with sheath

 

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ashuang0731 wrote:

pictures:

 

basic information:

Whole Length:  16cm

Blade Length: 6cm

Full Tang, Material: 7Cr17 (57HRC)+Micarta

Weight: 150g with sheath

 

Beautiful?? Bah!

 

 

 

It's Gorgeous!!! Big Smile

How about a link and a price?

 

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What is the name of this knife?

"The Tiger Claw" would work... Laughing

Keychain flashlights FTW!

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Paranid wrote:

What is the name of this knife?

"The Tiger Claw" would work... Laughing

We call it "ghost" here

 

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JohnnyMac wrote:

ashuang0731 wrote:

pictures:

 

basic information:

Whole Length:  16cm

Blade Length: 6cm

Full Tang, Material: 7Cr17 (57HRC)+Micarta

Weight: 150g with sheath

 

Beautiful?? Bah!

 

 

 

It's Gorgeous!!! Big Smile

How about a link and a price?

 

just sent you a private message, please check it

david

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ashuang0731,

If you get a moment, pm me the link and price too....that knife is gorgeous! Or, better yet, post it here.  I know a few people would buy one in an instant. (I'm looking at you, fishinfool!)

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I'm now seriously wondering what people around here are doing with a kerambit.

(Yes, I know it's pretty)

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jekostas wrote:

I'm now seriously wondering what people around here are doing with a kerambit.

(Yes, I know it's pretty)

Personally I plan on taping 3 to each hand while wearing yellow spandex.... Tongue out

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So your hair is already done?

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Well they do have a convenient slot to holster your budget light.

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Match wrote:

ashuang0731,

 

If you get a moment, pm me the link and price too....that knife is gorgeous! Or, better yet, post it here.  I know a few people would buy one in an instant. (I'm looking at you, fishinfool!)

please check your private message

 

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for more information, please visit: http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/703556/211001143-468493634/New-Model-Ganzo-G708-440c-Stainless-Steel-Blade-Black-G10-Handle-Camping-Fishing-Pocket-Folding-Knife.html

for BLF members, our price is 20.56 USD for one pcs including shipping cost with registered mail.


 

 

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I like what you're doing

 

Keep up the good work!

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Due to UK law we can only EDC folding knives with under 76mm blade length and no lock (i.e. slipjoint, etc.), such as the Sanrenmu AO-H02.  I keep drumming on about it but we really do need a decent knife, at Sanrenmu type prices, similar to either the Boker Trance 42 or the Boker Plus XS (but with a slightly shorter blade).

"You are making progress if each mistake you make is a new one."

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VFMaddict: ouch.  That leaves me with a bunch of questions that can be summed up as: what counts as EDC there?  (eg. can you buy a bigger knife for camping/fishing as long as you keep it in your trunk in urban areas?  Are the limits only on folders, and you can get reasonable sized fixed blades? What the heck do you take with you when you scuba?)

On another note, I think the Y-start knife he just posted is a great little hiking knife.  It's not pretty or glamorous, but I'd be sorely tempted if I wasn't over budget for the month. 

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We can own almost all knives (fixed blade or folders); expect flick-knives, OTF knives, Gravity Knives, Thrust Daggers and Concealed knives, such as those hidden in pens or buckles.

It is Public Carry that is restricted without "good reason".   So for example, if I'm on the way to camping or a bushcraft event or diving or if I'm at work and its needed due to my job, etc., I have "good reason" for carrying any knife of the type needed for that activity.    But I can't carry one just because "I might" go to one of those events.   Neither can I carry it in my vehicle because, "I might", need it for one of those activities.

The one type of knife that is an exception, meaning that I can carry it as an edc without one of those types of "good reason", is a non-locking folder of less than 76mm blade length.   However, even then one must be careful because where you carry it to could mean you fall foul of our Offensive Weapons law.   A Sanrenmu AO-H02 would be OK for edc in general but take it to NightClub and it might still be classed as having been taken specifically as an offensive weapon, because who needs one of those in a NightClub.

Hope that gives you a better understanding of UK knife laws.

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VFMaddict wrote:

Due to UK law we can only EDC folding knives with under 76mm blade length and no lock (i.e. slipjoint, etc.), such as the Sanrenmu AO-H02.  I keep drumming on about it but we really do need a decent knife, at Sanrenmu type prices, similar to either the Boker Trance 42 or the Boker Plus XS (but with a slightly shorter blade).

I am not very familiar with the laws about knvies in UK. Just know that it was not allowed to buy knives in Ebay for UK people.

But I do have shipped some folding knives with the blade length more than 76mm (like this one http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/703556/210411856-379147353/OEM-Classic-440-Blade-Wood-Handle-Folding-Pocket-Camping-Knife-w-Nylon-Sheath-Businesss-Gift.html ) and fix blade (like this one : http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/703556/210996286-376827762/SR-012B-Black-Jungle-Hunting-Suvival-Fix-Blade-With-Nylon-Sheath-Knife-Collection-Gift-free-shipping.html ) to UK with no problem. we shipped via the Hongkong Post Air Mail with registered mail.

Maybe I am lucking enough or UK custom is not very strict with packages sent via post system(not commercial express).

for now, the only country that have problem to send knives to is Australia. folding knives with blade which can be opened by flipping you hand and fix blade with double edgesis definitely not allowed to be imported to Australia.

I lost a lot of money because of this. 0:)

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VFMaddict wrote:

We can own almost all knives (fixed blade or folders); expect flick-knives, OTF knives, Gravity Knives, Thrust Daggers and Concealed knives, such as those hidden in pens or buckles.

It is Public Carry that is restricted without "good reason".   So for example, if I'm on the way to camping or a bushcraft event or diving or if I'm at work and its needed due to my job, etc., I have "good reason" for carrying any knife of the type needed for that activity.    But I can't carry one just because "I might" go to one of those events.   Neither can I carry it in my vehicle because, "I might", need it for one of those activities.

The one type of knife that is an exception, meaning that I can carry it as an edc without one of those types of "good reason", is a non-locking folder of less than 76mm blade length.   However, even then one must be careful because where you carry it to could mean you fall foul of our Offensive Weapons law.   A Sanrenmu AO-H02 would be OK for edc in general but take it to NightClub and it might still be classed as having been taken specifically as an offensive weapon, because who needs one of those in a NightClub.

Hope that gives you a better understanding of UK knife laws.

in this case, for Sanrenmu series, maybe just A169, C117, C142 and H02 series(AL-H02, AO-H02 and AH-H02) suit for UK customers.

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Are you the seller on Ebay known as Gifts Say Hello?

 

It is very similar to your Aliexpress name.

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Hi David,

The Sanrenmu A169, C117 and C142 are not designed to stop the blade folding on your hand while it is holding it.   The H02 series are, so are the Bokers I linked to, see 8:22 of this video.   So currently the only Sanrenmu worth carrying for tough jobs is the H02 series.   The problem really that its a spear point blade and not suited to many tasks.   The big belly of the Bokers is a better general purpose blade type but the non-locking Bokers are very expensive.  The Trance 42 I linked to is well over 50usd.   As I said earlier I just wish Sanrenmu would make a few more non-folders because at present the H02's are the only real choice.   There is a big potential market here in the UK.

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VFMaddict wrote:

We can own almost all knives (fixed blade or folders); expect flick-knives, OTF knives, Gravity Knives, Thrust Daggers and Concealed knives, such as those hidden in pens or buckles.

It is Public Carry that is restricted without "good reason".   So for example, if I'm on the way to camping or a bushcraft event or diving or if I'm at work and its needed due to my job, etc., I have "good reason" for carrying any knife of the type needed for that activity.    But I can't carry one just because "I might" go to one of those events.   Neither can I carry it in my vehicle because, "I might", need it for one of those activities.

The one type of knife that is an exception, meaning that I can carry it as an edc without one of those types of "good reason", is a non-locking folder of less than 76mm blade length.   However, even then one must be careful because where you carry it to could mean you fall foul of our Offensive Weapons law.   A Sanrenmu AO-H02 would be OK for edc in general but take it to NightClub and it might still be classed as having been taken specifically as an offensive weapon, because who needs one of those in a NightClub.

Hope that gives you a better understanding of UK knife laws.

Ouch.  Well, I guess in a country where 'bottling' people is a national pastime, I can understand their paranoia. Wink

Seriously though, that's pretty damn restrictive.  I've got an old Opinel knife that's probably older than I am, and the twist lock would still be illegal?! Crap. it's not like it's all that quick & easy to set, either.

Ahwell, I guess that's one advantage of living in a society with much higher gun violence: (relatively) rational knife laws.

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As is often the case when Politicians can't solve a problem they pass a law which cons the general public into thinking they have done something useful.    UK gun and knife laws are classic examples.    

Back in the 60's two Police Officers were shot with a pistol.  Quite a rare event in the UK back then.  I went to their funeral as a child.   So they tightened the gun laws.  But the pistol laws were already quite tight.   So they just tightened the Shotgun laws.   Telling the public that they had tightened - "the Gun Laws".   Yep, laws that had no relevance whatsoever to the shootings.

Then in the 80's a guy went berserk with an automatic rifle and auto shotgun (by automatic I mean self-loading not full auto).  He shot a lot of people.   So to please the public they banned automatic shotguns and rifles.  Nothing faster than bolt-action and small mag capacity.  They ignored the fact that the nutter's rate of fire had been so slow it was below that which could have been achieved with a blackpowder muzzleloader.  Neither did they tell the public that this tightening of the gun laws would have had no effect whatsoever on how many people he could have killed.

The same is true with knife laws.   There's a spate of teenage gang stabbings (usually with kitchen knives or Rambo type fixed blades) and so they ban the carry of locking folders (even those that are under 76mm).  And they tell the public they have banned stabby blades.   The crazy bit is that one can carry that Sanrenmu AO-H02 spearpoint because it doesn't lock and is under 76mm but you can't carry a tiny Boker Subcom that does lock.   Personally I'd rather have to face someone coming at me with a tiny locking Boker Subcom rather than someone coming at me with the AO-H02.   Its all crazy and yet again merely designed to con the public into thinking the politicians know what to do and are doing it.  
   
Who says you can't fool the people all of the time?   Our politicians seem to.

The really frightening thing is that politicians are probably being just as nonsensical with all laws.  Its just that unless you know the background (as here with guns and knives) you'll be none the wiser.   

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Most of the public look at things in a very superficial way and most polititicians are happy if they have been seen to have done something.

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Smelly wrote:

Most of the public look at things in a very superficial way and most polititicians are happy if they have been seen to have done something.

Sadly, that's far, far too true.  Inaction is a sin, overreaction is just prudence.

Unfortunately, it seems I've dragged this nice little knife show-and-tell thread off into the hinterlands of politics, and do apologize.

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