Saturday, 23 April 2011

Large Thin Jagged Edge Knuckle Duster






Large Thin Jagged Edge Knuckle Duster- an old design, and the actual knuckle dusters is around 6 years old, made from aluminium, and has four large triangular spike's on the striking surface.
The size for this Knuckle Duster is medium to large hands, Features round finger holes and a long flat palm rest and jagged edge tops, this striking surface will do more damage to an attacker than standard round tops, but less damage than spikes.

Weight is low due its thickness and it being made of Aluminium.

Features no makers mark but does feature a single number, this is used as a reference number to catalogue my collection, it was made by the person who makes most of my other knuckle dusters.

A quite unusual design, reasonably comfortable to wear and would make a very nice display piece too.

Dimensions - 120mm wide, 90mm high, 6mm thick, Finger holes are 30mm round approx,

Please leave a comment letting me know what you think! Thanks.


Also Known as - Бокс (оръжие), Puny americà, Boxer (zbraň), Dyrnau haearn, Knojern, Schlagring, Puño de acero, Puño Americano, Altzairuzko ukabila, Nyrkkirauta, Tirapugni, ナックルダスター, Kastete, Kastet, Buku lima, Boksbeugel, Knokejern, Soco-inglês, Кастет, Boksar (orožje), Knogjärn, Muşta, 鐵蓮花, Knuckle dusters, knuckles,Brass Knuckles, Brass Knucks, Poing Americain

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