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I've often wondered what exactly is the justification for the concept that a tool that is appropriate for a public servant is not appropriate for...
The way they do their serial numbers, they can easily be removed.
As BRL is so fond of saying, rarity does not equal value, but it is kinda cool to know you have the only one of something: my red jig bone bottle...
I'm with you. Seems kinda redundant to put scissors on a knife. ;)
Absolutely. Ya gotta be able to attach a floaty thingy. ;)
I want to see some drop point blades.
Also, the bottle-opener screwdriver thingy would be OK, too.
Well, it's not that I don't care about the future value at all...I have some that I use and some that I don't. It would be nice if they had some...
The #72 and #73 single blade model is nice for pocket carry.
One of their most underrated models is the #89 three-blade whittler. They are...
I have quite a few rare ones. I have a 1 of 8 GEC toothpick, and a 1 of 6 wharncliffe half Congress, a 1 of 22 pioneer, a 1 of 18 burnt stag #60...
While a double-edged blade may not necessarily be a dagger, the law enforcement and courts will usually see it as such.
For example; a...
I have several of them. I get mine from Backroom Leather. He offers several sizes and leathers.
Uhh.....It's a reading thing. :(
"Sec. 46.05. PROHIBITED WEAPONS. (a) A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly possesses,...
You didn't list your location, but I've had this done, and it was under partial anesthesia. What kind of butcher would do it without?
Yes, there are Federal Laws that cover that sort of thing. File a complaint with the FTC, and call a lawyer.
I've bought from Tomar's several times. Do they still make everything smell like cigars for no extra charge?
Would I be able to take knives there to sell?
Send it in to Case.
5.5 inches refers to the blade, but longer knives are allowed for hunting, fishing, etc.
Uhh...I don't know how you can say that an "unarmed" attacker does not constitute a threat to your life. This is dangerous advice at best.
No worries, just keep doin' what you guys already do. ;)
BTW -- The Band-Aids really do come in handy. :o