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Coming to the US?: "First 'anti-stab' knife to go on sale in Britain"

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First there was a push for all sorts of safety regulation on guns. It was only a matter of time until knives were covered also. The Times of London has this story:

The first “anti-stab” knife is to go on sale in Britain, designed to work as normal in the kitchen but to be ineffective as a weapon. The knife has a rounded edge instead of a point and will snag on clothing and skin to make it more difficult to stab someone. It was invented by industrial designer John Cornock, who was inspired by a documentary in which doctors advocated banning traditional knives… . .

Thanks very much to Gus Cotey for this link.

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