butter knife

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a small knife with a dull blade

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The action is the same, but the metalwork is blued and the (previously) signature butterknife bolt handle is replaced with an extended "tactical" bolt handle, a pretty good feature in a hot prairie dog town.
A monogrammed butterknife, modern pattern or heirloom?
Check Switchblade Tongues, Butterknife Brains on Gearhead.
And the Irish Government also had its own superspy at the top of the IRA - codenamed, I hear, Butterknife.
At first, it might appear that engineers need a hacksaw, or at least a butterknife, to cut through this hearty helping of alphabet soup.
So, she's not even a butterknife in the brains drawer.
The carbine model, with its turned-down butterknife bolt handle, was particularly desirable and could be used with the original barrel.
Interestingly, the bolt handle is a modified butterknife, and it's removable and interchangeable.
Butterknife has a bright power-pop sound that's both exhilarating and delectable.
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It works about as well with any type of bolt action; 90-degree or short lift, short action or long, conventional bolt handle or butterknife type.