YouTuber ‘Wympyr’ likes edged weapons, and that’s all good. But I think he’s playing a little fast and loose with the facts when he calls this a ‘knife.’ Not to go all Crocodile Dundee on him, but you call that a knife? Au contraire…
I’ll concede that it’s made of heat-treated stainless steel, and that it’s got nice textured G10 grips. But steel and G10 do not themselves a knife make, because a knife has to have something we call a blade. Not just some pointy/spiky bits, but one sharp longish bit that can cut things. Not rip things; cut them.
For example, this potential weapon has classic wooden grips and lots of steel pointy bits, but we call it a ‘grout trowel’ instead of a knife. If you insist on calling the Tactical Butter Knife a ‘knife,’ you’ll have to call the trowel a ‘dagger.’ It’s not a practical EDC tool, but it’s arguably more EDC-legal than the TBK, which would probably be considered some sort of brass knuckles despite its notable lack of brass.
If you want to test the legal definition of ‘metal knuckles’ in your jurisdiction, or if you’ve got a really small tiling job to grout, you can order the TBK here.