Was i mistaken about the price of HAK's?

Was i mistaken about the price of HAK's?

This is a discussion on Was i mistaken about the price of HAK's? within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; i thought i read somewhere around here that hideaway knives were 69.99 for the base models(non titinium and plain finish)..... when i went to the ...

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    Was i mistaken about the price of HAK's?

    i thought i read somewhere around here that hideaway knives were 69.99 for the base models(non titinium and plain finish)..... when i went to the site it was starting at $139?
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    ive never seen them cheaper than 100$

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    Utility Hideaway Knife , $69.
    I have one, it's great.
    Good luck.
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    Best Carry Method

    Quote Originally Posted by sarhog
    Utility Hideaway Knife , $69.
    I have one, it's great.
    Good luck.
    How do you carry your knife?

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    Usually on the provided "dog tag" chain around my neck. When researching this knife, I did not really care for the necklace mode of carry (it comes with it), but now that I have it, that's the way I normally carry it. Pretty fast to get it into action if your shirt is untucked.
    I sometimes spot-tie the sheath to my strong side front belt loop (under the loop, on top of the belt) and that is even faster to get into action.
    I especially like it in situations where I cannot carry my pistol, which is most of the day since I work on a military installation.
    I got the standard $69 one and wrapped it with paracord.
    Good luck.
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    frontsight now has 440 stainless models for $69. i bought one last month to try it out; it's now part of my edc. i'm probably going to get one of her higher end models soon, like the titanium model.

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