Which knife maker gave customer list to police?

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Oct 11, 2000
"Channel2000.com - Internet Knife Purchases Led To Zantop Suspects

Internet Knife Purchases Led To Zantop Suspects
Teens Allegedly Purchased Commando-Style Knives Before Murders
BOSTON, 10:29 a.m. EST February 19, 2001 -- The purchase of two,
commando-style knives over the Internet was what led investigators
to two teenage suspects in the brutal killings of popular Dartmouth
professors Half and Susanne Zantop.
According to WCVB-TV in Boston, investigators reportedly focused on
Robert Tulloch, 17, and James Parker, 16, because the teens
allegedly bought two unique, special forces commando-style knives
over the Internet, according to Vermont County Sheriff Dennis
McClure. The knives cost about $300.
Investigators checked with the manufacturers, who gave them a list
of customers who had recently purchased the knives and allegedly
Tulloch and Parker's names were on the list."

Oh oh, why do I get the impression that this incident will be the beginning of a government pogrom on knife dealers and collectors?
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by blademan_007:
AR15 guy what does it matter which knife dealer it was hmmm?.</font>

First of all I get the impression it was a mnaufacturer of semicustom highend knives.

Why do I want to know? So I never spend a dime on his products since he doesnt care about the privacy rights of his customers.
Dexter, I am not going to delete it, but it certainly is a duplication of the other thread which has gathered a lot of responses already. So I am just going to lock this up unless some one can offer a good reason to leave it open.

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