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Old 03-06-2010, 02:40 AM   #41
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can you conceal a knife in texas???i know in florida i can conceal any weapon for the most part with my gun license but in GA you conceal a knife you go to jail....
Hmm, I have no idea...

Guess just OC the 7" Ka-Bar in my Kydex sheath..

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Old 03-06-2010, 11:42 AM   #42
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http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st...ml?s=bo01bo047

so this is completely legal to CC here?
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Old 03-06-2010, 12:03 PM   #43
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yea I noticed that. I want to get something small/compact/light-weight like that though without spending an arm and a leg. any suggestions?
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Old 03-06-2010, 12:50 PM   #44
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I like, what does that speedsafe thing do?
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Old 03-06-2010, 01:45 PM   #45
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Kershaw is awesome. This pisa**** Smith and Wesson knife that chick gave me is like $20, but it's sharp as hell. Not quite hair shaving sharp, but it can slice through a piece of paper like nothing.
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I highly recommend CRKT knives. They are inexpensive and excellent. The M16 and M21 variants have a dual locking system that effectively makes them a fixed blade once deployed. They also have either single or double blade guards and are very easy to open.......sharpen to razor too
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Old 03-07-2010, 01:27 AM   #47
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Applegate Fairbairn are also a good high end choice.
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Anyone else like a knife with a little bit of weight to it? I have some very light knives, but like this one... I like how it has a little substance to it...

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Kershaw 1670BLKST walmart special but works good
Magnum 420 steel push button open
HK 154CM take safety off and pull the ***** and it flips open
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Yep, it's strange that way in OK too. I have a CCL, but, it doesn't cover a blade. On the other hand the blade laws are very vague and it's mostly at the officers discretion. The only things specifically illegal are push daggers and double edged boot knives. LOL......I can carry a gun legally and get busted for certain blades.
Switchblades are illegal here too, yes?

Didn't know that about the push and boot knives - mah husband sometimes has one of those on him when busting labs and such.

And I do believe in Texas, everyone carries something, be it a hand gun or a knife.
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youre joking about the kershaw walmart special right? i just paid $75 for mine, mrsp is $99.
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Switchblades are illegal here too, yes?

Didn't know that about the push and boot knives - mah husband sometimes has one of those on him when busting labs and such.

And I do believe in Texas, everyone carries something, be it a hand gun or a knife.
Yeppers.....forgot to mention the auto opening/switchblade deal. You are quite right. Of course the laws are entirely different for law enforcement.
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Five of us black belts got together to shoot some video for the new school. My right hand isn't working too well today.......sparring with aluminum trainers is hard on the fingers......especially when the other guy is really good.
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Wow. Looks like that could bwuse ya good.

Its not really a knife topic, but I've always wanted to learn to handle a sword or even a long knife. Looks like it would help keep the hand to eye coordination sharp and manual dexterity good.
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It is wonderful for eye/hand and wrist/forearm strength. Fun stuff. The Filipinos use rattan sticks for training and ironwood for fighting. Most of the methods came from the time that the Spaniards outlawed long blades, so, they practiced with sticks. All those little fackers from Phillipines, Malaysia, Indonesia are truly nasty fighters.
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Y'know. I watched a discovery channel thing about the Phillipino martial arts. I forget the name of the series now, but these two guys trained in martial arts would go country to country, live with the master instructors of obscure martial arts, and see how much they could learn in like, a week.

And I remember the Phillipinos were *** kickers.... it was an eye opener.
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Wow. Looks like that could bwuse ya good.

Its not really a knife topic, but I've always wanted to learn to handle a sword or even a long knife. Looks like it would help keep the hand to eye coordination sharp and manual dexterity good.
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! dont remember how much I paid for it. But it was definitely less than $75. The HK retails for like $300 but I got it for $150. My old boss owns a cop shop and I can get allot of stuff at cost.
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Just some I have pics of
I have about 50 Spyderco's and few other assorted knives

Spyderco Ladybug Hawkbill
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a couple hawkbills

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