Best U.K. Everyday Carry Pocket Knives | Top 7 LEGAL Slip Joint & Friction Folder EDC Pocket Knives



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46 Comments
  1. Wish I could find a legal multitool with a blade with a finger choil. Paranoid I'm gonna slice me mitts with a victorinox

  2. Knifes are tools. I always carry a knife. I object to the laws based around some little want to be hard man gang banger running around with one off his mummys stake knife stuck down his trousers.
    The UK is totally overreacting to the reasonable use of pocket knives and things like leatherman multy tools.
    It's supposed to be a free country isn't it.

  3. The older knife, shown at the very top of the collection, is an Italian Army pocket knife that was issued to soldiers up to the early 1980s: I served as a conscript and received one together with the rest of my kit.

  4. Knives for barbie girls. We use a machete to mow the grass.

  5. I live in London and I hear about a stabbing or shooting almost everyday but I’ve never heard or seen an acid attack happen pretty sure it’s all just bullshit people just use knives

  6. Almost 14 minutes to tell us what 7 knives I can carry in the U.K.? Waaay to long…

  7. I don't even think that ruler is legal over here

  8. Good video thanks. Worth bearing in mind that even though technically legal, any copper is going to have a problem with a knife like the Lansky anywhere except in the countryside and cause you a bunch of trouble that you don’t want. I carry a SAK all the time, because it’s not only legal, but also looks non-threatening. You’re not really going to have a problem with that anywhere. Out in the woods though, I have good reason, so I’ll carry a good fixed blade. Got to be careful not to forget and drive into town with it in the car though. Unfortunately, the U.K. is very good at banning things rather than dealing with the people who are the real problem.

  9. Love the budget preparedness concept! Preparing to travel to the UK and I dread that I have to change my EDC. Thanks for this video. -N

  10. So many uneducated swine in the comments

  11. You can be arrested in the UK for using ANYTHING as a weapon or having anything on you which could, in the opinion of a police-officer, be used as such. Oh, and using any martial arts techniques in self-defence will probably land you in a cell or court-room too. In the UK, you are obliged to run away, or be wounded or killed.

  12. For the jokers who think it rains all the time in the UK stop it. Sometimes it snows too.

  13. By "fifth pocket", do you mean the watch pocket? There is no such thing as a "fifth pocket". If there were, it would change depending on where you started the count.

  14. People get the leadership the majority votes for. people keep the leadership the majority votes for because they're too cowardly to stand up and fight for their rights. People like this don't deserve any rights.

  15. In scotland if you where caught with any of them you will still be taken to court unless youre out camping especially the one that looks like a lockback , youd probs only get away with the 1st one at best

  16. Its 4 yrs in prison for carrying any knife in the uk ???

  17. With all these laws the Criminals will be leaving their knives at home LOL YEAH RIGHT

    Criminals won't have much trouble with an unarmed population. Easy pickings.

  18. i saw someone carrying a machete on his side in tondo

  19. Wow, the Islamic Cult has taken over there and a corrupt lunatic government, can’t even carry a decent pocket knife.

  20. Where did you get the notion that in Belgium you are only allowed two-handed opening knives ?! (I think you mistake with Germany and locking folders 😉 )

    In Belgium we can carry ANY knife as long as we have "a legal reason" to do so,,, unfortunately being Belgium these reasons are nowhere defined in the law rolls eyes

    So in practice any cop can arrest you for carrying any kind of knife and it's upto the judge to find your reason "legal" or not,,,

    As long as you use your common sense however, you should have no problems with the law,,, I have been carrying some kind of knife since I was 12y old,,, will be 45 this year (2019) 🙂

    Automatics and ballisongs are illegal overhere,,, UNLESS you have a collectors permit cash gets you everything

    Anything else goes 😉

    Kind regards from Belgium ^_^

  21. If you are caught traveling in London with any knife you will likely be arrested. The law is vague and enforcement inconsistent.

  22. I know I live there you can get five years for carrying one

  23. 1) Metal ruler
    2) Nails
    3) Broken bottle
    4) Teeth
    5) Keys

  24. 4 years in prison? Might as well carry a gun then.

  25. IS it legal to carry a lock knife? In the uk

  26. There's a certain type of mentality that thinks if you make a certain inanimate object illegal their criminal misuse will disappear

  27. What stops someone from sharpening a screwdriver?

  28. If searched by the police and they find a knife, any knife, 'uk legal' or not, they will take it off you.

  29. The UK keeps banning things. It is amost impossible to legally carry anything that could do damage (even in self defense). Yet London is the capital of knife crime in the world, every week one or two (or even more people) are stabbed to death in our cities. It's not banning stuff that cuts down on crime. It's taking a tough stance on every sort of crime (even minor crimes) that keeps people safe, and we don't do that over here. Nobody respects the police any more, they have turned into a police state/thought police Gestapo who only moniter motoring offenses or 'hate-speech/thought crimes'. Our justice system is a joke, our judges are so soft with sentencing that criminals think that even if they do get caught, they will not be punished. The only people who get penal punishing sentences now are people like Tommy Robinson who stand up to the drug dealers and rape gangs. If you stand up to criminal or defend yourself against attack, you will be punished. If you commit crime, you won't.

  30. You got a loicence for that multi-tool guvnor?

  31. MAD LAWS IN THE U.K WHEN IT COMES DOWN TO KNIFE LAW {SUPER CRAZY LAWS} I ALWAYS CARRY MY U.K P.K AND PEOPLE DONT BELEIVE ITS LEGAL CARRY THATS HOW BRAIN WASHED THE PUBLIC ARE AND I DONT CARRY IT FOR PROTECTION THATS JUST CRAZY A SUB 3 INCH FOLDER AS A FIGHTING KNIFE IS REDICULOUS ITS A GREAT BOX CUTTER THOUGH I HAVE HAD PEOPLE ASK ABOUT THE KNIFE AND THEN HANDLE IT AND BEFORE HANDING ME IT BACK THEY WIPE OFF THERE FIGER PRINTS ? ??

  32. one of the conditions of carrying is you have to have a good reason. I think wanting to protect yourself and others from potential terror related attacks is as good a reason as any.

  33. Sad we ain’t allowed locking blades.

  34. What the point of not being able to have a lock, to make the knife more dangerous

  35. I have the same red Swiss army knife

  36. Lmao only foreigners think London is good

  37. If you american you be like who the hell are those crazy people wearing fuzzy hats and santa costumes there called the queens gaurd

  38. Wouldn't a slipjoint knife close on you fingers if you have to use it in self defence?

  39. It does not matter if it is a legal carry in the UK, you will need to have a reason to carry, its all about context….So a plumber tradesman etc going about their business …fine, a teenager stopped at 10 o'clock in the evening in a public place with no good reason…No. you will get nicked. even older men who have carried a small penknife all their lives have been charged. It is ridiculous and allows the Police far too much levity or flexibility when interpreting the Law as it presently stands. the bottom line is….Don't carry a knife, period. This is the way the Uk is heading and as usual penalises those who have absolutely no intention of doing anything illegal. Those who do intend illegal activity will carry a cheap kitchen knife, sharp and with a view to ditching it as soon as they have committed their illegal deed. I am all for regulation with knives but I do feel that a blade that can not lock (slip joint) not exceeding three inches should be an absolute legal carry and not up to interpretation by the Police.

  40. i was born in the uk and have always lived here i can assure you we still have plenty of gun a knife crime like most country's criminals don't give a shit about the law, it just penalizes normal folk. its all another method of control remove peoples freedom bit by bit and eventual you don't even notice what you have missed

  41. Here in the southern United States atacking someone with a knife will get you shot dead. We have no knife crimes.

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