Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

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Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

Postby Precision V » Sun Oct 14, 2012 2:46 pm

Would a Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger be legal in the UK?

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Re: Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

Postby Viking45 » Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:19 pm

I live in the USA and I do know UK knife laws can be strict but unless there is a certain law(s) on "length" I doubt seriously if there would be a problem.
The "hooked" blade poses no significant threat over a standard dagger or Bowie style knife.

From what I understand World War I and II daggers and fighting knives are popular collectibles in the UK and see no reason a Chilean Corvo.

I found a photo of a Corvo I really like. I had never gave them much thought until now. 8)
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Re: Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

Postby Krab-E » Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:24 pm

I've not seen one before. The blade looks like the same material as the handle/ scabbard. I'm assuming it's not, though.
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Re: Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

Postby Viking45 » Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:40 pm

Krab-E wrote:I've not seen one before. The blade looks like the same material as the handle/ scabbard. I'm assuming it's not, though.


According to the website the sheath is leather but looks plastic in the photo.

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Re: Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

Postby Vagrant » Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:52 pm

Precision V wrote:Would a Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger be legal in the UK?

U.K. laws are strict and conplex but my guess would be they are NOT legal [to carry] with a few exceptions :? [Legal to own?] In my state [in the U.S.] all knives are legal: switchblades, gravity knives, cane-knives, comb-knives, oversized knives, you name it, all are legal :wink:

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Re: Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

Postby TRYKER » Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:40 pm

Precision V wrote:Would a Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger be legal in the UK?

I kinda doubt it, anything other than a dull butter knife with a 1/8 blade or longer might be concidered exstreme :roll: :roll: :roll:
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Re: Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

Postby TRYKER » Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:42 pm

Vagrant wrote:
Precision V wrote:Would a Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger be legal in the UK?

U.K. laws are strict and conplex but my guess would be they are NOT legal [to carry] with a few exceptions :? [Legal to own?] In my state [in the U.S.] all knives are legal: switchblades, gravity knives, cane-knives, comb-knives, oversized knives, you name it, all are legal :wink:



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Re: Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger

Postby Vagrant » Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:51 pm

TRYKER wrote:
Vagrant wrote:
Precision V wrote:Would a Chilean 'Corvo' Commando Dagger be legal in the UK?

U.K. laws are strict and conplex but my guess would be they are NOT legal [to carry] with a few exceptions :? [Legal to own?] In my state [in the U.S.] all knives are legal: switchblades, gravity knives, cane-knives, comb-knives, oversized knives, you name it, all are legal :wink:



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A good lawyer, a couple days in court, and a gift to a state rep. can help :wink:

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