Interesting knife for "discrete" carry

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodSamaritan
    ExSoldier, where are you ordering it from?
    A guy in my IDPA Club is a dealer and for club members, he gives dealer pricing. I got 4 sets of 5*11 Tactical pants for under $30 per pair. I'm in the process of getting a Galco gunbelt, the"concealable" model for about $60 (retail from Galco is $107). His is a startup operation at this moment, he is a fulltime "Financial Analyst" changing careers. His outfit is so new, even his web page is "under construction." But judging by my orders and the rest of the club's, he'll be going like gangbusters soon.
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    New Graham Knives has them in stock for $25.
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    ExSoldier:

    I'm not talking about "improvised" weapons. A newspaper used as a weapon is still a newspaper (except maybe in the UK). What I was trying to say is that it might be different with a gun or a knife disguised as e.g. a walking cane.

    I agree that a law against such weapons doesn't make much sense. But unfortunately that doesn't mean that there are no such laws. I just recommend that you make sure you know your local laws and stay legally safe.
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    Lightbulb Disguised vs Improvised

    Quote Originally Posted by ibex
    ExSoldier:

    I'm not talking about "improvised" weapons. A newspaper used as a weapon is still a newspaper (except maybe in the UK). What I was trying to say is that it might be different with a gun or a knife disguised as e.g. a walking cane.

    I agree that a law against such weapons doesn't make much sense. But unfortunately that doesn't mean that there are no such laws. I just recommend that you make sure you know your local laws and stay legally safe.
    Ahhhh gotcha. There are certain items like the cell phone that is really a four shot electrically actuated 9mm firearm (firing all four rds at once) that of course come under these laws....

    I would actually prefer that which I mentioned which would be the improvised weapon.....that is legal but under the radar until used.....
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    Your paperboy doesn't even stop his bike at your house, does he?

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    I'll stick with my #2 Klein 601 screwdriver.
    Dead accurate at 7 yards and can stick 3/4" into 2x4s.

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    you know, a knife is a tool and this product makes a great statement. pick it up when its the right tool for the job.

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    I generally use the TDI Law Enforcement knife for a good discrete knife, it's made by ka-bar and if you visit there website you can find it on the opening page I believe...good luck!!

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    It looks like a tuning fork with a blade attached.

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    I would not waste my money on it....if you got a tool belt hit'em with the hammer. Then go to work with your flat head....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier762
    I just ordered this Crawford PK from my supplier. Retail says something like $39.99 but my guy says $25 total. So why not? Good to keep in the truck.
    Hey Ex, you have to give the report on the Edged Pliers buddy.
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy
    Hey Ex, you have to give the report on the Edged Pliers buddy.
    I finally got 'em at the match last Saturday. Guess what? I don't like 'em. The distance between the grip is too great and it therefore makes it seem awkward to hold....for me. However, I have a fellow teacher who is a blade nut and will buy them for what I paid and that's cool.
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    Damn.. I was about to offer you $15 for them.. They felt good !

    PS: They do look like pliers. An observant individual might notice the lack of bulk in the sheat but he'll be hard pressed to figure out it is a knife.
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    Very interesting! I probably will never get one...but it's a interesting piece of steel.
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    Most pliers or shears or secateurs or whatever one chooses to see in those handles are pretty heavy... one could always just carry a real one and use it to strike the offender....

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