Brass Plated Knockout Kunckle Guard Paperweight
2 or more only $12.00 each!
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Applies to delivery within the 48 contiguous states only.

  • Keep that pesky paperwork together
  • Constructed of 1/2 lb of solid brass
  • Heavy enough to tackle the most stubborn paper
  • Compact size for ease of carry
  • Most states prohibit except for law enforcement

This Item Cannot Ship to the Following States: NY, MA, CA, PA, NJ

Knock out your paperwork and let your office know you mean business with this brass-plated knockout knuckle guard paperweight. It has the look of brass knuckles with tons of paperweight potential, weighing nearly half a pound.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.71 out of 5
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Not too shabby. Reviewed by on Dec 11, 2018   5 out of 5

Nice weight to it. Probably not for those with pretty large hands. Good quality product!

its okay Reviewed by Spencer Collins on Nov 28, 2018   4 out of 5

Solid and well build. My only complaint is the finger holes are a little small and it is a little uncomfortable to hold. Other than that should do nicely and keeping the wind from blowing my paperwork away.

Great Reviewed by on Nov 16, 2018   5 out of 5

I was skeptical on buying these, just like some of the other buyers. But, I’m happy with these. Very nice weight and will take care of biz.

Brass knuckles Reviewed by Bob Grella on Nov 14, 2018   5 out of 5

My ring size is between 11 - 12. Fingers fit very tight .

Awesome Reviewed by on Feb 16, 2018   5 out of 5

Finger holes approximately 1" diameter, width is 4.3". Nice weight to it, should work well on paper.

Real Deal!! Reviewed by on Jan 02, 2018   5 out of 5

I was unsure upon buying this because the reviews were pretty divided some good some bad for the price I figured Id just find out for myself and buy a pair its so much better then I thought these paperweights are literally perfect I wasnt expecting perfection by no means but I sure got it I cant find a single bad thing to say as far as being to small I cant see it being to small for anyone youd have to be a caveman for it to be to small its definitely true solid brass no belt buckle pin no gimmicks just a true to what they say and your paper wont go anywhere they are also a lot thicker then I thought with a nice weight witch is good they are also very very symmetrical mine didnt have machine marks these are beyond worth the asking price honestly I would have payed double for this if that was the price their just that good (: hope this helps ( very Satisfied )

Good but on the small side Reviewed by Stanley Russell on Mar 02, 2017   5 out of 5

Very nice but if you have large hands probably wouldn't buy. The one time I had to use them my pinkie hurt for a little while after.

Great Piece Reviewed by on Feb 17, 2017   5 out of 5

I ordered 2 of these. Great quality, awesome product. Can't beat the price. Now my paperwork won't blow away. Thanks Budk!

Reviewed by on Feb 16, 2017   5 out of 5

Uneven casting, decent weight, finger holes need some modification (widening, making them fit you, ect). I use brass knuckles pretty often, Id suggest buying the alumiunum ones instead. I liked those better. They dont have any weight to them though so your gonna have to cut notches in the impact areas in order to cut.

Decent Reviewed by on Feb 15, 2017   3 out of 5

They aren't perfect, they have some machine marks and the knuckles aren angled on the "impact surface" and the palm rest is uneven on mine but I got these for the novelty aspect. They are small my hands are small-medium (about 7" from my wrist to the tip of my middle finger and my fingers are 2 1/2" in circumference or less) but these are still a bit small when worn properly my pointer finger knuckle rests on the brass without any space like you'd want in these. Hope this helps someone

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