- Commonly known as a catapult, slingshot or shanghai which is designed or adapted for use with a brace. Can be made for commercial distribution or otherwise. Includes a Saunders Falcon Hunting Sling.
- A weapon which appears to be a walking stick. The handle unscrews and reveals a dagger.
- This is a baton which when unscrewed reveals a long bladed knife.
- A walking cane which conceals a long bladed dagger.
- This is a knife which is disguised as a pen and when opened reveals a butterfly knife.
- A knife concealed in a lipstick applicator.
- This is a baton which is concealed but can be extended in length.
- This is a knife designed to be opened by the use of gravity or centrifugal force.
- This is a pen which opens as a butterfly knife.
- Sharp pointed stabbing weapon which has a flat blade with cutting edges on both sides.
- This is a dagger with a serrated edge.
- An example of a dagger.
- This is a dagger with a split blade.
- An example of a small imitation pistol on a key ring which opens as a flick knife.
- An example of a conventional flick knife that opens by the pushing of a button on the side of the handle.
- A pen which contains a flick knife. This could also be considered a concealed weapon.
- An example of a push knife which is attached to form part of a belt buckle .
- This is a knife which has a transverse handle and is designed to be held between the fingers or forefinger and thumb with the handle supported in the palm of the hand. It will inflict injury by apunching or pushing motion.
- A knife which is designed to be used as a knuckle duster when held in a closed fist.
- As above .
HAND OR FOOT CLAWS
- These are hand spikes which are used in martial arts.
- Foot spikes used in martial arts.
- A hand claw which is commercially available and utilised in martial arts.
- Hand spikes used in martial arts.
- Commonly called a mace. A weapon, which has a ball or weight with or without spikes or blades attached to a chain, rope or other flexible material.
- A device adapted to be worn across the knuckles so as to increase the effect of a punch or blow.
- Standard nunchakas which are used in Martial arts. Can be joined by a chain rope or other flexible material.
- Another version of a standard nunchakas which are used in Martial arts. Can be joined by a chain rope or other flexible material.
PISTOL CROSS BOW
- A cross bow which is designed or adapted for use in one hand.
- Several blades or spikes designed to spin around a central axis and when thrown can cause serious injury.
- A star knife as previously described.
- A knife designed for throwing
- An example of a knife made of plastic matrerial and concealed as a hair brush. The knife would not be able to be detected when going through a metal detector. Could also be made of materials such as porcelain or kevlar.
LASER POINTER - An example of a hand held device commonly known as a laser pointer designed or adapted to emit a laser beam greater than 1 mW.
EXAMPLES OF SOME DANGEROUS ARTICLES
- Standard military style bayonet.
- A device described as a blow pipe or blowgun which is designed to propel a dart by air expelled from the mouth.
- All crossbows.
SELF PROTECTING SPRAY
- Example of capsicum spray.
SELF PROTECTION DEVICE
- This is a stun device which emits an electric shock similar to a cattle prodder.