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Q & A
Q. Where is Frontline-Imports based?
A. We are based in New Zealand.
Q. Can you source any other Products other than the ones displayed on website
A. Yes we can , We have access to most Products of the brands displayed.
Q. I have a permit for an Automatic Opening Knife can you source one ?
A. Yes we can .Once your permit has been verified we will get one to the border for you ,Once there you are responsible for it.
Health and Safety
Safety tips for preventing injury:
Use the right knife for the job and make sure it’s sharp. A dull knife requires morepressure to cut, so you are more likely to cut yourself.
Handle knives and other sharp utensils with care. Dry your hands before using a knife.
If you are interrupted when using a knife, place the knife down, do not continue cutting while distracted.
Remember: The Right Tool for the Right Job. Only use your knife to cut. Never use it to hammer, pry, ice-pick, etc
When carrying a knife, keep it to your side with the point down and cutting edge away from you.
Don’t try to catch a knife if it falls.
Don’t leave knives near the edges of tables.
Store knives securely, folded away or in sheath when not in use
Take the time to thoroughly explain knives and knife safety to any children in your household. Teach them that knives are tools, not toys.Their education as responsible knife users and/or future knife owners begins with them being made fully aware as to how to safely handle and care for a knife.