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Old 12-11-2007, 11:42 PM   #31
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I like that Tiny. It's sexy!

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still my favorites....


Holy Crap! That thing looks like Satan's Claw!
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Old 12-11-2007, 11:45 PM   #34
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those are nice tiny...
I trained in the techniques with an officer who I was teaching KravMaga to. The silver one is a trainer, but it's pretty effective in restaining and taking down. Great fun. They're called Karambits (hope I'm spelling it right).
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Old 12-12-2007, 05:40 AM   #35
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edc=every day carry.

RIP- thats actually an issue with all line/frame locks. The metal wears itself out, some knives do it faster than others.

Those karmabits are HOT, I wish I knew how to use them

Spydercos are really nice knives, never had a problem with one, I just cant ever get used to the thumb hole, I need a stud, and I am ADDICTED to the axis locks of benchmades.

Im tellin ya' pick, you already own one, do downgrade! Go find yourself a nice axis lock benchmade, you wont regret it
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Old 12-12-2007, 05:48 AM   #36
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BTW, pick, you know benchmade has that lifetime warranty and lifesharp. $5 for shipping and handeling, and they will inspect your knife, fix any issues, and re-sharpen it to a factory edge free of charge. I managed to snap a blade in half of a black class, and it was replaced free of charge. Also had some work done on my 942, no questions asked.

good luck again.
That's good to know, because I didn't. Might have to give them a call. Its been my edc for so long.

Thanks Everyone for the feedback. Alot of nice knifes
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I trained in the techniques with an officer who I was teaching KravMaga to. The silver one is a trainer, but it's pretty effective in restaining and taking down. Great fun. They're called Karambits (hope I'm spelling it right).
damn maybe I'll have to look into that training...if nothing else it would give me an excuse to buy some new toys
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Old 12-12-2007, 06:58 AM   #38
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My therapist (and the state) said no weapons of any kind since that "incident" a couple years ago!!! HA HA HA!!! I usually carry a shank made from a tootbrush though!! HA HA HA
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Old 12-12-2007, 08:12 AM   #39
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for everyday knives:

I always have this on in my pocket
http://www.coldsteel.com/20k.html
its cheap, i like how it closes and still sharp, just too big and ugly.

and i carry this one every other day
http://www.coldsteel.com/88sms.html
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Old 12-12-2007, 08:36 AM   #40
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I carry a small single blade pocket knife. Much like an Old timer or a Henry. I use to carry a bigger Gerber with a pocket clip but I started working too much around inmates so I quit carrying it. Now that I don't I may start back up again.

I know serrated blades are popular and useful but I personally like a smooth blade.
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Old 12-12-2007, 09:19 AM   #41
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I carry one of these on the weekends.

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To the Ren-Fest or to the Trekkie convention?













Dork!
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Old 12-12-2007, 10:22 AM   #43
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I trained in the techniques with an officer who I was teaching KravMaga to. The silver one is a trainer, but it's pretty effective in restaining and taking down. Great fun. They're called Karambits (hope I'm spelling it right).
Yep, you spelled it right....

I have this Emerson folder, I like it alot!

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Dork!
Don't act like you don't think it's uber cool!
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Old 12-12-2007, 11:48 AM   #45
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Smith and Wesson - tactical knife. 4" partially serrated locking blade.

For big trips, I bring my KBAR - USMC survival knife (10" blade)
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Uh, yeah, sure...
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Old 12-12-2007, 11:57 AM   #47
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Ka-Bar Bowie
Strapped to my rollbar always, or on my hip in the woods:
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Ka-Bar Bowie
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I used to keep a 9" chrome bladed one like this under the seat in my TR7.
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Ok was actually able to Find a picture of it, since I can't have a camera of any sort here at work. I think the model is actually a Benchmade/Emerson 970 HK
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I just noticed you're in greenwood. I work in Greenwood.
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I've been working in Greenfield for a few years now.
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I had that exact s&w, but I broke the tip and sent it in for replacement under their lifetime warranty and never saw it again.
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I had that exact s&w, but I broke the tip and sent it in for replacement under their lifetime warranty and never saw it again.
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Ya, S&W outsource to a different cutlery, and Ive neber had good luck with them.

Emerson and benchmade dont collaberate. Benhmade pays designers, but build all there blue/black/gold class knives in house in WA i believe.

I cant stress an axis lock enough go play with one..youll never touch that liner lock h&k benchmade again unless your axis is at benchmade being sharpened
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What is an axis lock? Is that the lock that Cold Steel uses?
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if you can mind the music....

here is a video of my arc lock on the SOG

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I'm familiar with that lock. It's awesome! And from what I understand, it's the safest lock currently available.
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Man, my eyes must be getting bad, I watched that video, it didn't look like that thing had any kinda lock at all that I could see, cuz I never saw anything that looked like he released it, it looked like it just flipped open & shut like a pair of scissors!

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