Weapon and tool.
Isn't that funny, that the plebeian kitchen knife is larger (and in this case, sharper), than the oh-so-scary (and illegal to carry in many localities) bowie knife? One is viewed as a weapon; the other a simple tool of the chef. One causes uncontrollable PSH and calls for regulation, laws, and bans; the other causes folks to place their sushi order.
Both can stab, both can slash, both are more than capable of causing deadly wounds. Yet only one is cause for concern - when was the last time a news report of a domestic incident reported, in hushed tones, that a chef's knife was found in the residence? Yet the "weapon" in this post has been owned for more than 20 years and never harmed a single person - yet kitchen knives wound and kill people every single day.
Why, it's almost like the tool is irrelevant, isn't it?
That is all.