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    Call me cynical but I'm a little suspicious about the quality of the content you're going to find in a 4 for $6 pack of "training" videos. Especially since stuff from the recognized experts (Worden, Janich, Keating, Tarani, etc.) will usually run $20-30 or higher per dvd.
    "Being a predator isn't always comfortable but the only other option is to be prey. That is not an acceptable option." ~Phil Messina

    If you carry in Condition 3, you have two empty chambers. One in the weapon...the other between your ears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenpotex
    What about Auto's and balisongs?
    A clip from the CCW 'deadly weapons's allowed in KY

    In Kentucky, for example,
    Q: What weapons are covered and allowed under the CCDW permit?

    A: Any weapon from which a shot, readily capable of producing death or serious physical injury, may be discharged. Any knife other than an ordinary pocket knife or hunting knife. A "billy," nightstick, or club. A blackjack or slapjack. Nunchaku karate sticks. Shirikena or "death stars." Artificial knuckles made from plastic, or other similar hard material.


    This covers 'any ' knife other than pocket knives even switch blades !
    diplomacy ... the art of saying "nice doggie"..while looking for a big rock !!

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    I carry an Emerson CQB 4". Quick deployment ( you can master this easily with just a little practice) and it's legal to carry. The only problem I've run into is in secure buildings like court houses and financial institutions. I also wouldn't recommend trying to board an airplane with one.


    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky
    A clip from the CCW 'deadly weapons's allowed in KY

    In Kentucky, for example,
    Q: What weapons are covered and allowed under the CCDW permit?

    A: Any weapon from which a shot, readily capable of producing death or serious physical injury, may be discharged. Any knife other than an ordinary pocket knife or hunting knife. A "billy," nightstick, or club. A blackjack or slapjack. Nunchaku karate sticks. Shirikena or "death stars." Artificial knuckles made from plastic, or other similar hard material.


    This covers 'any ' knife other than pocket knives even switch blades !
    Cool! thanks for the info.
    "Being a predator isn't always comfortable but the only other option is to be prey. That is not an acceptable option." ~Phil Messina

    If you carry in Condition 3, you have two empty chambers. One in the weapon...the other between your ears.

    Matt K.

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    Talking Stupid Knife laws in OK

    OK says no to bowie knives, dirks, daggers, automatics, and any knife that has an opening mechanism in the handle!!!!!!!!!!

    I get around these by a single line in the law " no banned weapons for law enforcement" reserve cop. Yep, I donate a little time, and get to carry whatever I want.

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    Just thought - all fasteners will soon have to be rivets or machine screws/nuts and bolts - hex heads or Allen socket. Regular slotted and Philips screws will be out. They after all require the use of <deep breath>, screwdivers - nasty semi-pointy things that can be plunged deep into human tissue.
    Yea, real dangerous, one of our inmates a few weeks ago stabbed another 14 or 15 times with a screwdriver, seems all that he needed was band-aids
    What ever you have to do to go home.

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