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    You can get some good reviews of lots of various knives/brands in the sticky "what's your pocket knife?" located at the top of this forum. That is if you are looking to carry a knife legally (well, most of the time), vs carrying something that will take down a bear.

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    Well I know the legal standards in my state for carrying knives. I'm really asking for a knives that I can't carry but are still functional. Like I guess it's kind of for show, Though I still want it to be functional and well made. Not some asthetic piece of crap


    thanks for the helpful replies everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoninPimp View Post
    A knuckle knife is stupid.

    All you need to know is Spyderco, Benchmade, Cold Steel, CRKT.
    Put Emerson on the list.

    I'll also echo Ka-bar if you want an excellent fixed blade knife.

    And yes, knuckle knives are retarded unless you're starring in the next Highlander movie or something.

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    If you want something flash pants but still functional try Gil Hibben.

    By the way are you after a fixed blade or folder?

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    emerson, but that goes against coach tripp's advice, as emerson knives look like they are designed to be used to gut someone and leave them flopping around in a pool of their own blood until they bleed out.

    they look like that because they *are* designed for that, FYI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist View Post
    emerson, but that goes against coach tripp's advice, as emerson knives look like they are designed to be used to gut someone and leave them flopping around in a pool of their own blood until they bleed out.

    they look like that because they *are* designed for that, FYI.
    I fucking love Emerson knives. A friend of mine sold me on them. He's been carrying a big 'ole Emerson tanto for almost fifteen years. He carried it all over the world in the military. He pries **** with it and abuses the hell out of it.

    Once when he was moving, he left it laying on his truck toolbox with the blade open. He drove off and it fell out in the highway. He was gone all day and found it in the road when he came home. It had been run over countless times. It was scratched up, but all he had to do was replace the pocket clip and sharpen it up. It's a tough knife and it's pretty intimidating when he pulls that big fucker out and it clicks open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    I fucking love Emerson knives. A friend of mine sold me on them. He's been carrying a big 'ole Emerson tanto for almost fifteen years. He carried it all over the world in the military. He pries **** with it and abuses the hell out of it.

    Once when he was moving, he left it laying on his truck toolbox with the blade open. He drove off and it fell out in the highway. He was gone all day and found it in the road when he came home. It had been run over countless times. It was scratched up, but all he had to do was replace the pocket clip and sharpen it up. It's a tough knife and it's pretty intimidating when he pulls that big fucker out and it clicks open.
    if it's this one:



    then that's similar to the one i carry all the time (mine has the wave feature and is plain blade - no serration.) seems to freak people out at work, and despite my opinion that freaking out about a pocket knife is "their fucking problem, not mine" i may have to get something less intimidating to avoid being labeled a dangerous psycho.

    i was thinking about this instead:

    "Face punches are an essential character building part of a martial art. You don't truly love your children unless you allow them to get punched in the face." - chi-conspiricy
    "When I was a little boy, I had a sailor suit, but it didn't mean I was in the Navy." - Mtripp on the subject of a 5 year old karate black belt
    "Without actual qualifications to be a Zen teacher, your instructor is just another roundeye raping Asian culture for a buck." - Errant108
    "Seriously, who gives a **** what you or Errant think? You're Asian males, everyone just ignores you, unless you're in a krotty movie." - new2bjj

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist View Post
    if it's this one:



    then that's similar to the one i carry all the time (mine has the wave feature and is plain blade - no serration.) seems to freak people out at work, and despite my opinion that freaking out about a pocket knife is "their fucking problem, not mine" i may have to get something less intimidating to avoid being labeled a dangerous psycho.

    i was thinking about this instead:

    Actually, the one he has is very similar. His was actually some kind of special release from Emerson and Benchmade. Weird.

    I've got one that I carry similar to the one pictured. It's a mini-CQC7. Basically the same design, but with a 2.9 inch blade. It doesn't scare people, but has a full sized handle and you could still stab it through someone's skull.

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    I have a benchmade Spring assisted bad boy. Don't know the exact model or name or whatever, and its a bit over three inches, but its not intimidating, looks just like a pocket knife, and is tough as hell and more then adequate to filet someone.

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