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    I think we need to find a better place to hide our knives.

    Pay in cash, leave no paper trail.


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    Opinal knives run about $8.00 for a number 7. 3 1/2 inch blade.
    can be modified for 1 hand opening, has twist lock. can be closed 1 handed. They last a long time. I still have my first one, it is over 30 years old. easy to sharpen and maintains an edge for a long time.
    While I was still working I would buy them in bulk and give them to fellow employees who would ask to borrow a knife. I always told them to keep it . The most important thing to have in an emergency such as a natural disaster is a good knife that will function for cooking as well as cleaning animals and fish and also can be used in defense. They don't look dangerous when closed. They can be found at William and Sanoma in with the kitchen knives as well as in various knife shops.

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    If I buy another knife it'll probably be an Air Force pilot's knife. Basically a short Ka-bar with a steel octagonal pommel. My brother had one when we were kids (Dad was an AF supply sargeant ). I'm thinking about one for each vehicle and maybe a third to use as an outdoors knife.

    http://www.888knivesrus.com/product/CAM5733B

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    Oh yeah, maclean3! I took one on many a backpacking trip into the deep woods in my younger days. Tough, tough knife. Can't beat it for the price.

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