Knuckle duster "brass knuckle"

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Knuckle duster "brass knuckle" by sqwill Apr 19, 2013
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Brass knuckle prop design. 1 inch diameter finger holes work best, unless you have small hands.


Make it, look at it, put it on a shelf.

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On Cura it says 16h and 49min but it cant be

@Other posters: Yeah, well pot is pretty much illegal but 70% of you've tried or habitually use it anyway so get of your pedestal. As is speeding one mile over the limit, sharing music files, etc, etc...

@OP thanks!

Pretty much illegal to make or posses in the state of California and a number of other states:

"California law states that hard plastic knuckles, also known as
composite knuckles, are subject to the same laws as traditional brass
knuckles. This bill was signed into California law by Governor Gray
Davis in 2002. Hard plastic knuckles are defined as any instrument or
device constructed entirely, or partially, of plastic instead of metal
for the purpose of defense or offense. California penal code 12020.1
states that it's a misdemeanor to manufacture, import or sell plastic

I suppose it's possible to argue that they are made to be a prop & not for defense or offense. That's what I plan to do if I'm ever 'busted' with them. I think I'll paint them silver.


not enough weapons and violence?