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Well I took the plunge and got my first defensive knife, a Kershaw Shallot 1840. I liked the size and the ease of opening the blade. Every other knife I have had has been a pocket knife, Old Timer or a Swiss Army so this is a radical step for me. Of course I will continue to carry my Swiss Army as I will need it for non-defensive purposes.
 

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Very good I carry a Kabar TDI and a Blackhawk Crucible FX2 for defensive purposes. :comeandgetsome:
 

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Thanks 2edgesword for the picture. I posted that from my BlackBerry in the parking lot of my local gun store where I bought it from, and I didn't know how to take a snapshot of it from by BB and upload it.
 

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Well I took the plunge and got my first defensive knife, a Kershaw Shallot 1840. I liked the size and the ease of opening the blade. Every other knife I have had has been a pocket knife, Old Timer or a Swiss Army so this is a radical step for me. Of course I will continue to carry my Swiss Army as I will need it for non-defensive purposes.
Good choice! I prefer Kershaw knives. I carry a blackout; have been for nearly ten years.
 

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Congrats :congrats: Very Nice :image035:
 

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Nice...& made in America!
 

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Nice!
 

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Nice folder you have there. Kershaw makes an awesome piece..
 

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you might want to stick some skateboard tape on the handles...plain metal handles are slippery.
 

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The best way to mount skateboard tape in my experience is to stick an overly large piece into the object and to use a round file to remove the excess material. Makes sure that there aren't any raised edges to hook and peel the tape off.
 
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