Brass Knuckle Do's and Don'ts

Brass Knuckles and Plastic Knuckles List of Do's and Don'ts

This is a (non-exhaustive) guide of some dos and don’ts when it comes to your Monkey Knuckles.


  • Test them out on inanimate objects, for example, fruits, drywall, punching bags etc. (Please be reasonable with this, don’t take it too literally and start punching fruits at the supermarket or leaving holes in your neighbours’ drywall.)
  • Use them as a display piece, our brass knuckles stand up perfectly on their own so you can put them on your desk, nightstand, living room, dining room, family room, kitchen etc.
  • Use them as rear-view mirror hangers, just like a pair of lucky dice they’ll hang right in your car. In a 2022 study our brass knuckles when hung in the rear-view were statistically proven to lower road rage by 63% for obvious reasons. (Just a joke) :)
  • Be the life of the party and use them as a beer opener and a shotgun tool.
  • We’d have a hard time making an exhaustive list of do’s for your brass knuckles so just remember to have fun, be responsible and be safe!


  • Never should you ever hit any other living thing whether it’s a human or an animal with your Monkey Knuckles. They can cause serious life altering damage and depending on the situation will result in serious criminal charges. So just like in grade school, keep your hands to yourself.
  • Don’t carry your Monkey Knuckles for self-defence. Carrying anything for the sole purpose of self defence is illegal in Canada (yay Canada!) Whether it be a pencil or a pair of plastic knuckles, if its sole purpose is self defence, it’s illegal to carry it with you in Canada. There are scenarios where it may be reasonable for you to have you Monkey Knuckles, for more read our Can you Carry Monkey Knuckles in Canada?”
  • It would be impossible for us to make an exhaustive list of what not to do with your Brass Knuckles so for this last point we’ll say be smart. Don’t carry your knuckles without reason, don’t go looking for trouble and avoid confrontation whenever possible.

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