Push Dagger--CS safemaker

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    Push Dagger--CS safemaker

    The safemaker 111 I ordered came in yesterday around 5. I tested it out on a soaked phone book this morning with glowing results!!
    Full penetration with every punch ('till I got tired of punching) It sunk straight through to my fist without fail. Then I gave it a good twist and yanked it back out the last few times. It's a great product for the money IMO. It's unfortunetly made in China and the owner is a regular Nathan Arizona, but I can look past such things when my money is well spent. It's a great tool and I can't speak highly enough of it.
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    Do you have a picture of this item? Did you take pic of it stuck in the phone book?
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    No camera at present ...I keep buying other toys
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    I have the Safe Maker II series. SAFE MAKER SERIES. Great self-defense knife. I am not familiar with the Safe Maker III. What is the blade length on that?

    Thanks for the post. I think I have an old phone book that needs to take a soak tonight...
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    It's 2 and 1/2 inches and available from the knife outlet. There's a good pic on their website. If your phone book is like mine it has a pic of a slimey trial lawyer on the back cover...Have fun!!
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    nathan arizona?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahwarrior72 View Post
    nathan arizona?
    From the movie Raising Arizona. It's hillarious...rent it, you'll love it. I'd like to thank kenpotex btw, for helping decide on this particular model safemaker. It couldn't be better.
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    glad you like it, they're great knives.

    now you just need to work on a carry setup...the factory clip sucks. The factory sheath is okay with the addition of a tek-lok but I'd recommend one of the Infight Access Kydex sheaths mentioned in the other thread.

    have fun.
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    He doesn't seem to have a website...Do you still have any contact info?? BTW, the 11:00 position is definately working out great. Even sitting, bending over to pick stuff up or whatever. It rides high enough that it doesn't poke me anywhere. It makes me want one for my right hand as well, but my belt is already starting to look like Batmans. I need to shift some other stuff around to some pockets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Cloud View Post
    but my belt is already starting to look like Batmans. I need to shift some other stuff around to some pockets.
    I know the felling I have found the I and II, but haven't seen the III Thinking about one myself.
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    I can safely recommend knifeoutlet.com. (check out the pic on their site)
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    Cold Steel

    I bought my first Urban Skinner from Cold Steel in 1989 and I still carry it occasionally. Also have one of the new ones too. The sheaths do stink, I had Kydex made for the top of my duty boots. Thats been my only problem with any of their products.

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    Thanks kenpo, I'll give him a call pretty soon. I'm already starting to see what you mean about the clip. Something that the belt can run through will be much better.
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