Brass Knuckle Collector
I purchased two of these rifle bullet brass knuckles and was very impressed by the finish and workmanship. The price for these knuckles is amazingly low and the size is sufficient to fit a large hand. As a significant point of interest, the base of the bullet is a cap that may be unscrewed and removed to expose a hollow interior of the bullet. The point of the bullet may also be unscrewed and removed. The hollow interior results in a relatively light weight for the knuckles, but they are still sufficiently heavy and large to constitute an excellent paperweight or a formidable hand-to-hand combat weapon. In point of fact, these knuckles seem to be overkill for any fight not involving a World War, since they employ knife-like points at the knuckles and at the sharp end of the bullet. These sharp protrusions would certainly be deadly in combat when impacting the face or any other area of a body. Also, the weight of the knuckles could be increased by enclosing steel bbs within the hollow form of the bullet and sealing the bbs within the knuckles by screwing in the end caps. I must say these knuckles feel good when held within the fist of a large hand, but their features make them so dangerous that they would only be practical in a life or death fight. They do make attractive paperweights. Regards,
Reviewed by: Joel Benson from Illinois.