Thursday, 29 July 2010

"King of the Knuckle Dusters" Knuckle Duster (Handmade))

"King of the Knuckle Dusters"  Knuckle Duster - A solid Aluminium knuckle duster made to commemorate 1000 subscribers on YouTube, it is a Traditional Style Brass Knuckle, but without the hole under the finger holes, and is similar to a boxer style Knuckle duster as well.
The size for this one is Medium / Large, and will not really be suitable for small hands.
Features Oval finger holes that are not quite uniform, making this more comfortable to hold one way but not so much the other.
It also has a very comfortable curved palm rest, The weight is reasonable but not too heavy.
It is imprinted with WC-09 (which is a makers mark and year) "King of the Knuckle Dusters"  - a name given to myself  by a friend from YouTube due to my extensive collection of Brass Knuckles / Knuckle Duster and trench knives, also features "WeaponCollector 1000" - which is in tribute to myself getting 1000 subscribers on YouTube..
 It has Six spikes, each protruding about 10mm, two of which are skull crushers - used for hammer blows.

Dimensions - 120mm wide, 75mm high, 22mm thick, Finger holes are approx - 23mm wide and 30mm high, Spikes are approx - 10mm high.

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Home Made Trench Knife

Grey Handle Single Edged Trench Knife / Knuckle Duster Knife -

This Trench knife is based on those from World War One and various other trench knife designs , It is quite a traditional design, it can be wielded like an ordinary knife or used in a stabbing position.
The size will fit medium/large hands, but is not really suited to small hands.
Features Oval finger holes and a flat palm rest, the weight is  reasonably low due to the handle being made of Aluminium, it is actually 4 sections of  aluminium (2 x 5mm Alu, and 2 x 2mm Alu ) that are glued and bolted together in about 8 places using hidden screws and holes.
These do not have spikes but the tops are curved to a point, this would do considerable damage in a fighting / War situation,
It also has a leather Sheath, that has a Belt loop and handle latch, but that's it, it is a very simple sheath.


Dimensions :
Blade - 16cm  -
Handle - 115mm wide, 80mm high, 14mm thick - Finger holes are approx - 23mm wide and 30mm high,

 
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Saturday, 17 July 2010

The Chronicles of Riddick Knuckle Duster Saber Claws


The Chronicles of Riddick Knuckle Duster Saber Claws -
This Knuckle Duster knife/Saber Claw is based on the knives used in the Chronicles of Riddick Films, and was designed for part of a competition I held, This knuckle duster design came second to the Motorhead War Pig design,  As far as I know it is completely original or was at the time when i first got it, the knuckle duster part is a tradition design, featuring four spikes,
The size will fit medium hands, but will just about fit Normal/large hands .
Features Oval finger holes and a comfortable curved palm rest, the weight is average due to the handle being made of Aluminium and the blade being steel, the blade is held in place with bolts, to get the blade in place there is a channel cut into the bottom of the knuckle dusters palm rest.
The  blade is a live edge, but is not "razor" sharp.

Dimensions :
Blade - 20cm  -
Handle - 110mm wide, 80mm high, 15mm thick - Finger holes are approx - 23mm wide and 27mm high,
Blade is approx 3mm thick.


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