knuckle-duster


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knuckle-duster

a metal bar fitted over the knuckles, often with holes for the fingers, for inflicting injury by a blow with the fist
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In interview he said the knuckle-duster was for his nineyear-old son, who was keen on martial arts, while the knife was for fishing.
Brodie admits possession of the knuckle-duster but denies attacking and making threats to Mr MacDonald.
Five years ago, he stood trial at Newcastle Crown Court for having a knuckle-duster and an ornamental Japanese sword.
But he returned just after 8pm with a knuckle-duster and punched the barman, causing a cut which needed hospital treatment.
One of them then hit the wife and pushed her and I got in the way of the one at the front and he started hitting me with what I believe was a knuckle-duster.
Brian O'Neill, prosecuting, said Zhang beat Mr Kai with a baseball bat and knuckle-duster.
The actress, 40, was treated to a tour of the Mercedes pit and used her knuckle-duster style phone holder to help her film behind the scenes.
Also denied, but found guilty of, carrying a knuckle-duster in Gosforth on July 22.
It convicted him of a mirror-image count involving the knuckle-duster, after rejecting his defence that it doubled as a belt-buckle.
Knuckle-duster carrying teenager Jack Towes was given a year long detention and training order after admitting robbery, affray and breach of an asbo.
30pm on November 13, possibly with a knuckle-duster, by a man who then ran to the boot of a white vehicle and got out a wheel brace.
Customs officers at Cardiff International Airport discovered two push daggers, a knuckle-duster and three asps (police-style batons) during a random search of 59-year-old Malcolm Lloyd's luggage in March.