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Guinness World Record: Kentucky store creates world’s largest pocket knife

Guinness World Record: Kentucky store creates world’s largest pocket knife

Guinness World Record: Kentucky store creates world’s largest pocket knife

Guinness World Records approved a 34-foot, 6-inch folding knife made in Kentucky as the world’s biggest pocket knife.

Guinness confirmed the weapon, which was put outside Red Hill Cutlery in Radcliff, the site of the Kentucky Museum of American Pocket Knives, as the world’s largest pocket knife, and a ceremony was held Wednesday to mark the feat.

According to Jason Basham, co-owner of Red Hill Cutlery, the goal is for the world’s largest pocket knife to serve as a tourist attraction for the museum and the town.

According to Red Hill Cutlery, the blade alone weighs over 1,500 pounds.

According to Guinness World Records, the folding knife has to be fully functioning. According to the group, the knife’s designers also took care to guarantee that it could endure adverse weather such as tornadoes and ice storms.

On the other hand, a pigeon was rescued with the help of a drone after being caught on a high voltage power cable for about 12 hours.

In a video that has now gone viral on social media, police officers can be seen taping a knife to the drone and then flying it close to the pigeon to cut the string that is tying the bird to the power cable.

According to Reuters, the incident occurred in Lima, Peru. “Peruvian police utilized a drone, some tape, and the blade of a knife to rescue a pigeon entangled in a high-tension electric wire in Peru’s capital Lima,” said the caption of the tweet, which has now had over one lac views.

 


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