Asked • 06/12/19

Barlow knife quote meaning in Mark Twain's Adventures of Tom Sawyer?

> True, the knife would not cut > anything, but it was a "sure-enough" Barlow, and there was > inconceivable grandeur in that - though where the Western boys ever > got the idea that such a weapon could possibly be counterfeited to its > injury, is an imposing mystery and will always remain so, perhaps. Doesn't seem to be your normal construct in regards to **"...such a weapon could possibly be counterfeited to its injury..."** What does "**to its injury**" mean here?

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Alyssa H. answered • 06/12/19

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