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  1. piwiman is offline

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    It says stainless steel on the blade, but my gf (who bought it for me as a gift) said they told her something about aluminium (she is wasn't really paying attention). I assume that would be for the handle, its pretty light.
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    That would be the handle. An aluminum blade would be ridiculous.
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    Was a birthday gift two years ago. Pretty good, very sharp (I learned the hard way...). The kind I really want to get is a Balisong though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piwiman View Post
    It says stainless steel on the blade, but my gf (who bought it for me as a gift) said they told her something about aluminium (she is wasn't really paying attention). I assume that would be for the handle, its pretty light.
    If it is sharp and the bits dont wobble or look like they will fall off it will probbly do the job.
    the lock should have a solid clunk to it.
    cheep stainless does have one advantage that if you have left it in a bag for 6 months it is less likley to be rusty.

    Just dont use it as a pry bar
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    My kerambit
    The kerambit is my personal favourite knife. This thumb hole makes it almost impossible to take away from your grip. And then there's the added bonus that if you use it, the hammer (overhead) grip is very versatile! Just manipulate it from left to right.





    Both of these grips are great, but I prefer the reverse grip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alucard619 View Post
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    Was a birthday gift two years ago. Pretty good, very sharp (I learned the hard way...). The kind I really want to get is a Balisong though.
    It is a MAJOR no no to own any kind of butterfly knife in NY. Just a heads up.
    "Out of every hundred men, ten shouldn't even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior, and he will bring the others back." -- Hericletus, circa 500 BC
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    Quote Originally Posted by judoist View Post
    My kerambit
    The kerambit is my personal favourite knife. This thumb hole makes it almost impossible to take away from your grip. And then there's the added bonus that if you use it, the hammer (overhead) grip is very versatile! Just manipulate it from left to right.





    Both of these grips are great, but I prefer the reverse grip.
    I've seen several folks on here that like these,but they look like something I would have to explain to the cops; how well do they work as a tool vs more traditional bladed knives?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtripp View Post
    It is a MAJOR no no to own any kind of butterfly knife in NY. Just a heads up.
    Dude for real? Damn it. That's it, I'm writing to Congress.

    *Marches to Washington*
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregaquaman View Post
    If it is sharp and the bits dont wobble or look like they will fall off it will probbly do the job.
    the lock should have a solid clunk to it.
    cheep stainless does have one advantage that if you have left it in a bag for 6 months it is less likley to be rusty.

    Just dont use it as a pry bar
    yeah, it looks pretty solid. I needed something in between my big old fixed blade knife and all the victorinox swiss knifes I have. I'm always worried the blade in my swiss knives will close on my fingers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alucard619 View Post
    Dude for real? Damn it. That's it, I'm writing to Congress.

    *Marches to Washington*
    Albany would do you more good.

    Instead of getting into fights at the movies, maybe you should pass your civics course.
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