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  1. I see you carry some Automatic pocket knives. Can anyone purchase these?
  2. I don't live in the United States, can I order knives from your company?
  3. The knife I want to purchase is a "Restricted Item", what does this mean?
  4. Do you ship to APO/FPO addresses?
 
    1. I see you carry some Automatic pocket knives. Can anyone purchase these?

      No, by law, we are only permitted to sell automatic knives to certain active duty law enforcement (LE), active duty military personnel and EMTs. The exception to this rule are the CA Legal Autos - which can legally be sold and shipped California residents.  All orders placed for automatic knives will be held until we receive a completed Auto Disclosure Form (link to download this form coming soon....)  Orders placed for automatic knives where the customer is ineligible to purchase legally, will be refunded upon review.


    1. I don't live in the United States, can I order knives from your company?

      We currently sell the customers from the United States only. Exceptions can be made on a case by case basis. However, our shopping cart will not accept a Ship To address outside of the United States. If you wish to place an order and have it shipped outside the US, please use the Contact Us form and detail the item #s you wish to order, and the country where you are requesting shipment. We reserve the right to deny any international orders placed with our website due to unfamiliar customs restrictions, etc.


    1. The knife I want to purchase is a "Restricted Item", what does this mean?
      Restricted Item usually indicates that we are restricted by federal law and cannot sell the knife to non-qualifying individuals. Automatics are one such example and must be accompanied by a completed Auto Knife Disclosure Form (coming soon...) prior to your order being completed.

    1. Do you ship to APO/FPO addresses?
      Yes we ship to APO/FPO addresses via US Postal Mail. Be sure to select US Post Ofc as your shipping method. Here's an example of a properly formatted APO/FPO address:

      PFC John Smith
      CMR 345, Box 12334
      APO AE 09250