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Would you pay almost £3000 for a knife

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by waisted skirt, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. waisted skirt

    waisted skirt Donator

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    Came across this while looking for something a lot more modest in price. It made me ask the question who would pay this much for a knife?, Also would this be a good investment or not?.

    http://www.heinnie.com/rockstead-un-zdp-green
     
  2. Honest Bob

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    A sucker.
     
  3. Patrick

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    Not unless I had more money than sense and certainly not while I've still got my marbles and I'm not ready for the funny farm just yet.:)
     
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    no way, the one matty made for me are nicer looking than that
     
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    I didn't even pay that for my car :-O

    Sent from my B1-770 using Tapatalk
     
  6. camoman

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    Did you sell the watch?

    Cam
     
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    Cheap tat ... what you want is a Spearpoint Black Beard from William Henry coming in at a cool 50,000 US dollars :rolleyes:

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    No,...in a word.
     
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    Yes -- but I swapped it for some magic beans.

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    Nope

    Ive got a damn garden to sort and a caravan to renovate. In other words if you have the money to spend on it then YES. If you need to pay some bills or buy a new gun .... then NO:)

    Atb
     
  11. NorfolkDave

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    No, but you get free returns so order away fondle for a bit then send it back.

    Investment, nah definitely not.

    Dave
     
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    No it must be well made but I don't think it even looks that good I've got a nomad knife under 10 quid and it's very good for what I need and looks the part
     
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    If it was solid gold, it might have been worth it.

    But then it'd be rubbish for skinning a rabbit :D
     
  14. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    What a bunch of tight arses :rolleyes:
     
  15. Patrick

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    I take it you've bought one then.:D
     
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    it aint even nice looking lol
     
  17. Scott

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    Even if I won the biggest ever jackpot on Euromillions I wouldn't buy that...
    F'kin garden twine from B&Q on the handle, that clown must have big windows on his circus tent to see the idiots coming :down:

    Maybe if it had a lovely piece of obscure timber, I would consider buying it,
    but in reality I know for certain that I still wouldn't as I prefer plain and simple folding knives.


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    This is more my style:
    http://www.heinnie.com/sog-traction-tanto

    And Price :D
     
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  18. Funky Diver

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    It'd have to have Mammoth Ivory for it to be worth it!! :D
     

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