Thread: wasp dagger
4/23/2010 6:25am, #21
4/23/2010 12:29pm, #22
The drop clip point also helps, in that it makes for a very easy stab through flesh and bone. The blade is thick enough to be tough, but not so thick that it would impead penetration, or get stuck between a couple ribs. And the grooves down the side of the blade allow blood to escape the wound even when the knife is still in it. The thing is a purpose made man killer. Not that any of those features are important in day to day life, but it was and is a fighting knife by intent.
If it's scimitar blade your into...
Dang! When did cold steel get so spendy?
4/23/2010 12:32pm, #23
4/23/2010 12:34pm, #24
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I did a small central florida TD. It even included some wingchun d00ds and one old-skool bullshidoer coming out.
I've always wanted this weapon
Probably one of the most effective weapons ever designed, epsecially if you got buddies wielding them with you.
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4/23/2010 2:00pm, #25
for the sole act of killing things. (Insane as that is) I would go for something like this Buffalo river pig stickers.
basicly it is used for stabbing wild pigs to death.
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4/23/2010 3:38pm, #26
I wouldn't show up to a deployment with something like that. Really, something with about a 5-6 inch blade will do you, especially in today's AO. Anyone packing a Rambo knife is usually pegged as "that guy" early on.
4/23/2010 4:10pm, #27
Stop being pussies and just forge your own.
4/23/2010 4:46pm, #28
4/23/2010 9:11pm, #29
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4/23/2010 9:36pm, #30