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  1. Hanniballistic is online now
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    By the Hoary Hand of Hoggoth.....

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    My favourite knife is my Dean Hazuka Nessmuk - it's a fixed blade rather than folder but is almost a work of art! High carbon blade, maple handle and brass pinnings...gorgeous!

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    Absolutely beautiful. It also looks very deadly!
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    Does anyone know if Round Eye Knife and Tool(REKAT) is still around? I had a couple of their folders that I would love to replace.
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     Style: 9mm/Judo/BJJ/MT

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    Still going strong with my CQC-8. I've been considering getting another Emerson the next time I get a bonus from work. It's either that or a new light. As another user mentioned, the Sebenza is also an awesome knife. I've just got a hard on for the wave is all.
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    I carry the cold steel mini tuff lite with me everywhere.

    I bought it because I thought it was cute and cheap. I had no intention of it becoming my everything-knife, but now I love it.



    The main reason I love it is because the tip of the blade faces down, just beyond the tip of the thumb (if you put your thumb behind the blade). This gives you so much leverage when you use it, you can tear through boxes and packages easily, and you can really put some muscle behind it without having to worry about it slipping out of your hand.

    The second reason I love it is that there is no way anyone could try to claim that cute little thing is an offensive weapon with a straight face, so I feel comfortable taking it anywhere.
  6. Chili Pepper is online now
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     Style: Siling Labuyo Arnis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Awesome View Post
    The second reason I love it is that there is no way anyone could try to claim that cute little thing is an offensive weapon with a straight face, so I feel comfortable taking it anywhere.
    That's one problem I have with serrated edges - people completely lose their **** over them, find them very threatening.

    Plus, I find I very rarely cut through seatbelts so not as useful to me as a straight edge.
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    I came to the conclusion a couple of years ago that serrations are actually inferior to a WELL sharpened plain edge for things like seat belts and rope anyway. They're hard to sharpen, even harder to polish, and they require too much sawing when I can make one of my better edges glide right through a seat belt or rope anyway. I definitely recommend learning to sharpen and strop to anyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili Pepper View Post
    That's one problem I have with serrated edges - people completely lose their **** over them, find them very threatening.

    Plus, I find I very rarely cut through seatbelts so not as useful to me as a straight edge.
    that's a good point. I was involved in a violent incident where I had to use a knife. The fact that it was a big scary hunting knife is not doing me any favors with the jury when the qc starts waiving it around at them.
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    I feel like you eyeballin' me, dawg!

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    I ended up sitting next to Alan Folts on the way to the SHOT show earlier this year.
    I really want one of his minimalists. He showed me some recent custom ones he made.. here are pics!

    Attachment 15056

    That's a sweet little knife. I have one of his CRKT Minimalists with a tanto point, and it was one of the most comfortable EDCs I've used.

    I ended up switching my EDC philosophy a little bit. I still carry my Griptilian from time to time, but have been carrying one of these two bad boys just about every day. Getting into Pekiti Tirsia, I learned the value of having a fixed blade on me for EDC rather than a folder.



    For those who are not knife fan(atics) like me, the one on the right is the Becker Necker (BK11) and the one on the left is the Becker EsKabar. The blades are a touch over 3" long, making them legal in all the places I go. The best part, they were under $40 a piece shipped from either amazon or LAPG. Nothing like a sharpened piece of American made 1095 Steel.
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    ... Ohhhhhhhh, I'm going to make hate to you so hard that your kinfolk back in Africa will feel it.l
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    I feel like you eyeballin' me, dawg!

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    Posted On:
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    A new pic of the EDC twins. I just got my second kydex sheath from Azwelke (great work, as always) I love my Beckers. New photo's of the new arrival will be up as soon as the nice UPS guy gets here. :D

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    ... Ohhhhhhhh, I'm going to make hate to you so hard that your kinfolk back in Africa will feel it.l
    Quote Originally Posted by Archer
    Karate is the Dane Cook of martial arts
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