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    34 Pieces balisong puzzle

    It's a 34 pieces balisong puzzle.

    14C28N with 4" sharp, 3 mm TA6V4 handle branche . Ta6V4 latch and tang pins. Friction latch. Everything is set up on bearing.
    Double hollow grind but it's a thin false edge on the back.









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    pretty much unavailable to most of us in Aus, as AFAIK the balisong is a prohibited import and classified as a Cat M weapon in all states and territories, meaning we can't import one without accredited documentation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wave man View Post
    pretty much unavailable to most of us in Aus, as AFAIK the balisong is a prohibited import and classified as a Cat M weapon in all states and territories, meaning we can't import one without accredited documentation.
    Accredited documentation? Please, continue...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JIC View Post
    Accredited documentation? Please, continue...
    which AFAIK isn't issued by any weapons registration branch in Australia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JIC View Post
    Accredited documentation? Please, continue...

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    SCHEDULE 13 Requirements for the importation of certain weapons and weapon parts

    Don't get your hopes up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtangent View Post
    Too late, but didn't get them up too high

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    god knows why this is more dangerous than any other type of knife....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitguts View Post
    god knows why this is more dangerous than any other type of knife....
    Don't get us started on the absolute farce that is the weapons control in Australia.

    Show me crimes that are committed with expensive knives and those committed with china junk fantasy knives or $5 Big W kitchen knives.

    We could rant about the system till someone capable starts leading this nation...
    Society seems to acknowledge opinions more so than knowledge...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fah View Post
    Don't get us started on the absolute farce that is the weapons control in Australia.

    Show me crimes that are committed with expensive knives and those committed with china junk fantasy knives or $5 Big W kitchen knives.

    We could rant about the system till someone capable starts leading this nation...

    What he said...

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    In france, you can not carry a balisong, but you're allowed to produce and possess them .

    Knife law about balisong is stange every where in the world . Even in the US, you can not import balisong in totaly. But you can import spare part.... . In england, i think the word balisong is almost forgiven

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