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Unusual Weapons

Gun Knife

Law enforcement officers should be aware that offenders may attempt to use this gun knife. A small revolver is concealed in the handle and fires .22 long rifle-caliber cartridges. The blade is removable, and the handle may be carried alone as a firearm.

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