Anyone know what this is?

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  1. A friend of mine found it while he was out walking on Long Island.
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  2. BiscuitsAB

    BiscuitsAB LE Moderator

    gotta be the shortest flash to band thread for a while. Does sticky get a prize for being such a smart arse, and hitting the nail on the head in under 4 minutes?
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  3. Bloody Hell, I only popped out for a cuppa and the answer's there. Thanks Sticky!
  4. a murder weapon?
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  5. Looks recenty dumped as well judging by the rust, I'd doubt it's a murder weapon I think they were offical classed as.....shite
  6. I know what I'd do with it, keep it and sell it on in a few years. I it functioning or deac?
  7. They're worth surprisingly little, and although that appears to have been in good nick until it was dumped it's been refinished.
  8. Yep, gotta point there Biccies (AB type).
    Time I put these away and got on with some work...AAIIIIII!!

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  9. old_fat_and_hairy

    old_fat_and_hairy LE Book Reviewer Reviews Editor

    Is it South African?
  10. A good a time as any to point out that they prefered the Katana :_

  11. LancePrivateJones

    LancePrivateJones LE Book Reviewer

    They had one of these in that 'Family Guns' programme on National Geographic Channel last night.

    The guy bought it for $1000 and flogged it for $2000, it was in pristine condition though.
  12. maybe they just beat their victim to death with it then.

    you give me problems, i'll throw you back solutions. admittedly though, most of the solutions will involve beating someone to death.
  13. Brotherton Lad

    Brotherton Lad LE Reviewer


    2 weeks' pocket money, that was.
  14. Pauper....