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Quote: Originally Posted by MajorWinter The orange Spyderco is the FRN UKPK rescue, I really like it. I often use it for normal tasks and it holds up really well for a serrated blade. The bottom knife is a custom friction folder which is made from an old file. Indeed it is nice and non threatening, that is why I asked for the wharnie blade shap. Living in the UK it quite a non permissive environment and the little friction folder doesn't really draw...
Quote: Originally Posted by mikeman I know nothing about knives, however, Im looking for a smaller EDC knife. Thoughts on the CRKT Delegate? Just my two cents, but I think CRKT quality leaves a lot to be desired. A CRKT and its crappy liner lock design was responsible for three stitches in my thumb. I don't know the price of the one pictured, but there are quality US built knives under $100 to be had. Check out the Kershaw Blur.
Quote: Originally Posted by Duff_Man I'd kop if they weren't Tokarevs. Those are Colt 1903s.
Quote: Originally Posted by DerekS I dont like getting my hands dirty.
Quote: Originally Posted by JustinW Has anyone tried moving or converting the Makarov safety to ambi? I've never heard of it. Unless you were dead set on doing it, I'd just get a CZ82 and call it a day.
[quote=Uncontrol;4327797]Except people don't make shitty excuses about how they buy beautiful $3500 handguns and carry them around for "self-defense." This is such a dumbass comparison. If you want to buy a beautiful gun for target shooting or display, cool. But self-defence? What a load of horseshit. [quote] Yeah, because spending large amounts of money on quality custom pistols (that may be used to protect your life) from proven builders is dumb. You do realize...
Quote: Originally Posted by Uncontrol self defense, indeed Funny how you edit your last post and cower out of a thread, only to return a week later with a cunty comment. Fitting.
Quote: Originally Posted by willy cheesesteak m i n e Excellent blog.
Quote: Originally Posted by dah328 Crane, which Ruger .22 semi-auto models would you recommend? I need a semi-auto I can use for practice that has lower ammo costs than 9mm or .45. If you have a 1911, or are familiar with the platform, I'd go with the 22/45 with adjustable sights. Live mine. Your other option is the Mk lll, which is the same top end over a different grip angle. There's a ton of upper configurations...stainless vs. blued,...
Quote: Originally Posted by Gingahbman Not everyone has to agree with the moral of his story, but they at least can be civil about it. There's a way of getting your point across, and then there's being callous. On a side note, I'm surprised at how many of you walk around with knives. I have no problem with it, but have any of you actual had to use it before? I am making the assumption that the main purpose of these knives are self...
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