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Jul 16, 2014
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So I'm guessing some of the other knife drops to Australia have been getting seized by customs and that's why shipping to Australia wasn't available at first. I'm pretty sure this is because a lot of those knives, like the Kershaw Funxion, have spring assisted opening, which customs would consider a flick knife, which are banned for god knows why. I think regular folding knives with no assisted opening would be fine for Aussie import but who knows? I don't understand why a folding knife which opens quickly and easily is such a problem when something like this that is legal here takes exactly 0 seconds to open. Just like my steak knives which take 0 seconds to open.
Jul 16, 2014
Antibacterial
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Jul 16, 2014
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Aussies should know by now roughly what is OK with customs and what isn't. If any body needs some assistance with info the local forum would help I'm sure.... http://www.australianbladeforums.com
Jul 16, 2014
rjones
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Jul 18, 2014
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Australia has very strict knife laws
Jul 18, 2014
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