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post #16 of 45 Old 02-26-2014, 10:15 PM
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post #17 of 45 Old 03-14-2014, 07:23 AM
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esee knives and ontario knife company check them out at smkw.com they have tons of options you'll find what you're looking for. Ontario makes the knives for ESEE but they are all made in the USA.
X2 on the Ontario knives. I have their RD6 and it is amazing. The sheath is a little ill-fitting but you can make your own fitted Kydex one for around $20. I also have the Boker Magnum Desert Warrior that I got new for $40. It's a much better knife than I expected for $40. It came with a pretty nice leg sheath as well. I put both through a rigorous torture test and both held up very well. I also have a Browning Point Blank that is smaller and lighter than the others. It's a 5.5 or 6'' blade but is also a good option. It was twice the price of the Boker though. Hope this helps...if you're even still looking.
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check out bark river knives. many models to chose from and extremely well made
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Not to be a prick. But why would someone bring a knife to a gun fight? Buy a concealable .380 or 9mm and carry it in your pocket it offers much better protection and you don't need to get as up close and personnel with your attacker.
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1. Because you cant legally carry in a place that serves alcohol.
2. Knives are use for many other things too.

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1. Because you cant legally carry in a place that serves alcohol. 2. Knives are use for many other things too.
1. Says who? And in what state?
2. You are very correct. I like knives to I just would not make concealed carry a priority because it's just a knife. There are no laws that say you can't have or carry a knife.
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1. Says who? And in what state? 2. You are very correct. I like knives to I just would not make concealed carry a priority because it's just a knife. There are no laws that say you can't have or carry a knife.
Yes there are laws about carrying knives. Such as here in Colorado, as I recall you cant have a knife over 3 /2" concealed. You also cant have one on an airplane etc. Also there are many places you are not allowed to carry a concealed weapon where there is alcohol being served. (A bar) Colorado again, is one of them. In fact, i am only aware of one state that I "heard" allows CCW in bars.
I'm all for shall issue CCW's but not mixing that and alcohol is just common sense IMO.
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Well I guess if you drink heavily it may be of concern. How does that Amex commercial go?never leave home with out it! That is the philosophy I live by. By the way Colorado lost all respect when they decided to legalize marihuana. **** even respectable companies are leaving that liberal **** hole. I would rather be judged by 12 than carried by six.
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Yes there are laws about carrying knives. Such as here in Colorado, as I recall you cant have a knife over 3 /2" concealed. You also cant have one on an airplane etc. Also there are many places you are not allowed to carry a concealed weapon where there is alcohol being served. (A bar) Colorado again, is one of them. In fact, i am only aware of one state that I "heard" allows CCW in bars.
I'm all for shall issue CCW's but not mixing that and alcohol is just common sense IMO.
In Ohio you can now conceal carry with a CCW in bars and drinking establishments as long as you yourself are not drinking.

For a survival knife recommendation, I have the Gerber Prodigy and like it a lot. I keep it strapped to the outside of my daypack/Camelbak when hiking and mountain biking.

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Well I guess if you drink heavily it may be of concern. How does that Amex commercial go?never leave home with out it! That is the philosophy I live by. By the way Colorado lost all respect when they decided to legalize marihuana. **** even respectable companies are leaving that liberal **** hole. I would rather be judged by 12 than carried by six.
I understand the frustration with Colorado. Just remember, not everyone there supports the liberal crap coming out of our big cities.
I have been very upset with many of the things happening in my adopted home state.
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Why do people feel the need to carry weapons to defend themselves? If they are scared enough to need a gun to go there, then why are they there at all. That feeling people get is common sense telling you dont go there, well some people get.

A knife can be seen as a weapon and/or a tool, matter of the method in which it is used.
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Why do people feel the need to carry weapons to defend themselves? If they are scared enough to need a gun to go there, then why are they there at all. That feeling people get is common sense telling you dont go there, well some people get.

A knife can be seen as a weapon and/or a tool, matter of the method in which it is used.
Why? Because there always has been and there always will be 'bad guys' with weapons... and they can be anywhere at anytime.

I'm a woman and I like to hike and mountain bike alone. I enjoy it very much have every right to do this. Imagine what it's like being a lone woman hiking in the woods and come across one or more men hiking the same trail towards you. What about the jogger in Michigan this past weekend that was attacked and killed by two dogs as he simply jogged down the street? **** happens... that's why people feel the need to carry a weapon.

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I and any other red blooded American can and shall if they wish carry a weapon simply because the greatest document the world has ever known (The Constitution) says we can. Thats why.
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