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I think you miss-understand. I'm not looking for advice. Just interested in what you guys are thinking on this topic. Cheers!go for knives bro, it seems that it is more useful and convinient since you have already a lot of guns. there`s a lot of knives that capable for your daily use and of course if you want to try some collection but is not too expensive choose knife! hoping that you a good decision have a good day
Bingo! I have knives laying all over the place. I often stop and pick one up just to play with it. I also have guns scattered all around - but - those are "hands off" & to set any concerns at ease - there's only my wife, myself and our three big stupid dogs in the house. We never have company. If we do for some odd reason, the guns are put away.For me it's easier to sell/trade knives. I can also fidget knives. If you're fidgeting firearms, you're doing it wrong.
I tend to agree with that....I also think we are soon getting to the point where "cold dead hands" is going to be more than just a catch phrase. W/out getting too preachy about it - I don't want to live in a world where so much power can't be controlled by the citizens.You won't be able to own a gun soon, I'd buy the knife.
You look at knives like a rational human being unlike many of us. For you, would you spend around $200 on a blade if you had cash to throw around? or would you save it for a handgun, or buy two $100 knives? Cheers!I fall into that category. I rarely spend over $125 on a knife. When I see people dropping $1000 on a knife, I admittedly say to myself, "damn, I could buy a new handgun and have a few hundred leftover or build a new AR for that". I currently own four firearms : AR, 12g shotgun, and two handguns. I also have my CPL and carry when I can. I'd like to own more firearms.
I've said it before and I'll say it again. Unless I hit the Powerball, I will probably never own a Sebenza, Olamic, Reate, custom, semi-custom, etc knife. I'm not sure I'd feel comfortable carrying a $500+ knife. It just isn't worth it to me. I'm totally content with an Endura or CS Ultimate Hunter.
For those that want to spend their $$ on an expensive knife. Go right ahead. Variety is the spice of life and everyone needs to find out what works for them.
HAHA! I feel your pain. I'm in the same boat.They go together like peanut butter and jelly. I would never spend $3500 on a blade, but I would possibly for a nice 2011 or 1911! Especially now because I need to replace all the guns I lost in that darn boating accident!