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    A+ for effort

    Always good getting Knife related stuff in the mail, todays was extra special, KK has gone above and beyond

    while getting the Mag out of the mail box, I had to work for it




    please excuse the blurred photos, it's not that I was shaking or crapping myself or anything like that

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    That’s a biggun..
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    Better there than on the toilet seat .... LOl
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    I'm glad it arrived safe and sound. Always worry that they're going to get damaged or lose a leg or something in transit
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnifeKnut View Post
    I'm glad it arrived safe and sound. Always worry that they're going to get damaged or lose a leg or something in transit
    She was safe and sound last time I saw her,
    me on the other hand

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    The MV Krait story is really special.
    They say 6 Z Special Unit men sank 7 enemy ships in one covert raid.
    Do you know if the public has a chance to get one of those miniature stilettos?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wootz View Post
    The MV Krait story is really special.
    They say 6 Z Special Unit men sank 7 enemy ships in one covert raid.
    Do you know if the public has a chance to get one of those miniature stilettos?
    Unfortunately, the story of Operation Jaywick is the only Z Unit success story from the War. All other operations ended unsuccessfully or in complete disasters due to the idiots in High Command in charge. Even Jaywick had some unpleasant repercussions... There's some really good books out there now if you want to read.

    The miniatures have sold out very quickly. I didn't end up getting one, mainly due to the fact that the War Memorial ended up doing a bunch of souvenirs with the rest of the materials like pens and "2 up" games etc. So the miniature stiletto became just another bit of memorabilia (quite pricey one at that). I wasn't aware of any of this until after we went to print.
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