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    • ~Myriad Moods~

      It is a thief's weapon, composed of brass knuckles, a retractable knife and a gun. This one looks more like a replica because of the pattern on the right hand side. Plus, there is no hammer to fire the bullet. They are real but very, very illegal. Steampunk

    • Peter Dillworth

      More Steam-Punk looking stuff. Original post says it was an actual weapon from 1890s. This is also known as a Dust Knuckle gun.

    • Cadmus Kalare

      "Liam loved that thing more than he said he ever could love me, because not only was it brass knuckle, but also a gun and a knife."

    • Catherine Mopas

      People talk about bringing a knife to a gun fight and vice versa but no one really talks about bringing both brass knuckles... Pictured: The Apache, a weapon manufactured between 1870 and 1900.

    • Alicia Street

      The thief's weapon composed of brass knuckles, a retractable knife and a gun Triple threat protection ;)

    • Josh Dailey

      Bayonet + Brass Knuckles + Handgun = The Apache This may look like another steampunk creation cooked up by someone desperately trying to keep the trend alive, but it’s not. The Apache gun was an actual weapon produced somewhere between 1870 to 1900. As we all know, advances in pocket technology only reached their stride sometime after 1915, so before that time the only way a man could carry all three of these weapons at once was to combine them into a single contraption known as the Apache.

    • Marty Blair

      Gun, knife, and brass knuckles. Steampunk. Be afraid.

    • Amy

      Steampunk Brass Knuckle Gun Knife.

    • Anna Csok

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