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Old 10-09-2018, 01:42 AM
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JWK in post #27 talks about the spyderco you can buy at walmart, I believe he is talking about the spyderco tenacious knife, can be purchased for under 40 dollars in my area, made in china, it has good steel that can be sharpened easily, the scales are g-10 and light weight. the pocket clip can be moved around to all 4 carry positions. For the money this is a great knife, I carry it almost everyday. I have a lot of different makes of knives, Benchmade, Buck, Kershaw, Boker kalishnikov auto just to name a few and the spyderco knife I carry almost everyday.
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Old 10-09-2018, 02:02 AM
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I've been using a Kershaw Blur for EDC the last seven years. Made in USA with assisted opening.

I also picked up two extras a couple of years ago, all for $40 on sale through Amazon.
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Old 10-09-2018, 02:55 PM
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AB 142 signed into law by the governor on 2/6/16 removed ALL knives including switchblades or automatic knives.

This is essentially constitutional carry for knives in the state of WI.

Restricted only by thise individuals that are prohibited bu state law from the ability to own or carry a firearm.

Furthermore, part of AB 142 also made it illegal for local jurisdictions to pass local laws/ordinances that are more strict than the state law! Ocal laws are “preempted” by the state law.

Therfore, ar least in WI the CCW does cover more than firearms. It also applies to edged weapons, batons and brass knuckles, mace etc. I can carry virtually anything at least a knife concealed. I still have to verify about the ability for certain knives on school grounds. Firearms are prohibited on school grounds except for law enforcement and retired law enforcement. Even LE or retired LE from another state.
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Old 10-10-2018, 07:22 AM
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Kershaw Blur on amazon now, under 50$, green, red, blue, black, purple, etc. The option of Tanto or drop point, both are 3.4" blades. I have carried the "Tactical Blur" since they first came out, I also sell a lot of them along with Cold Steel. As said earlier " Run to a gun, Run away from a knife", I do not know who made the original quote. Be Safe,
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Old 10-12-2018, 05:46 PM
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This is the best price I saw on kershaw blur.
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Old 10-12-2018, 06:29 PM
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I am looking to start to carry in fromt pocket with clip a knife. As back up to my concealed carey pistol and also to keep with me when and where it is illegal to carry a gun but OK to carry a pocket knife.

I am looking for a spring assisted knife. I want decent quality but yet still under say $50. I would prefer $40 ish.

Would like recommendations on the point or tip type.

What are the advantages of one thoe of tip to others? Clip tip, tanto etc.

Thanks in advance for your information recommendations.
May I humbly suggest the Kershaw Cryo?
I prefer the Cryo G10 version, it's just a tad lighter and I like the G10 scale.

They have the 'Speedsafe' open assist, in other words, a 'flipper.' Personally I find it deploys about as fast as an auto.
Another reason I like them is that they have four corner clip positioning. I have mine so it clips into my weak side pocket (left), tip up. That way when I pull it out my finger falls right onto the flipper and -click- it's open.

They're inexpensive enough to lose one every now and then and not cry too hard, usually $30ish dollars.
Decent steel, easy to sharpen and holds an edge pretty well.
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Old 10-13-2018, 12:01 AM
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May I humbly suggest the Kershaw Cryo?
I prefer the Cryo G10 version, it's just a tad lighter and I like the G10 scale.

They have the 'Speedsafe' open assist, in other words, a 'flipper.' Personally I find it deploys about as fast as an auto.
Another reason I like them is that they have four corner clip positioning. I have mine so it clips into my weak side pocket (left), tip up. That way when I pull it out my finger falls right onto the flipper and -click- it's open.

They're inexpensive enough to lose one every now and then and not cry too hard, usually $30ish dollars.
Decent steel, easy to sharpen and holds an edge pretty well.
I like the Cryo. Never owned one myself, but have given a few as gifts to kids, who have been glad to get them.
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Old 10-13-2018, 12:39 AM
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May I humbly suggest the Kershaw Cryo?

I prefer the Cryo G10 version, it's just a tad lighter and I like the G10 scale.



They have the 'Speedsafe' open assist, in other words, a 'flipper.' Personally I find it deploys about as fast as an auto.

Another reason I like them is that they have four corner clip positioning. I have mine so it clips into my weak side pocket (left), tip up. That way when I pull it out my finger falls right onto the flipper and -click- it's open.



They're inexpensive enough to lose one every now and then and not cry too hard, usually $30ish dollars.

Decent steel, easy to sharpen and holds an edge pretty well.


I have 5 Kershaw Cryos. I havenít carried any of them in a while. They are cool though.


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Old 10-13-2018, 06:12 AM
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In my humble opinion as to carry or not a defensive knife Iīve come to this: Althrough Iīd rather be miles away from a knife fight, someday you will be assaulted by someone. In that case, training or no training, if you canīt run away, I think a one hand opening folder beats my fingernails.
I always have with me a Carson designed CRKT M21- 14 SFG semi serrated folder.
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Old 10-13-2018, 07:28 AM
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A $50 Kershaw Blur is my weekend/cabin hard use carry....... but a Benchmade North Fork ($150ish IIRC) is my weekday everyday carry.........neither is carried as a weapon.... and I never intend to get in a "Knife Fight"; I'll leave those to Jim Bowie....I'll always try to bring a gun to any knife fight..but as a last resort either can be used in self defense.


A cheap Chinese knock-off is the Ganzo G-704 ....... good truck kit knife for about $17 on Amazon......60+ reviews and 4 1/2 stars.

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Old 10-13-2018, 12:35 PM
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I carried couple SOGS over the years and they have some good low cost knifes but I finally gave up on them and bought a ZT 0350
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Old 10-13-2018, 04:55 PM
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If you find a decent spring assisted knife for $50, itís probably made in China.

You should not skimp on a carry knife. Buy A Benchmade.
Get one with a the Axis Lock. Buy a good knife once.
Yep. Buy once, cry once. Cheap is cheap for a reason.
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Old 10-13-2018, 05:28 PM
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^^^

Until you lose that $200 knife and have to buy it again! Then have to cry again. And if you may want a knife in each vehicle and then have to pay each of those times too.
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Old 10-13-2018, 05:42 PM
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You don't need to be a ninja to defend yourself with a knife. People use knives with some regularity to defend against dogs, mountain lions, etc., all without any type of specialized training.

I'd wager that the majority of folks who use a firearm, conceal carry or otherwise, in a lawful self defense shooting haven't attended even one class at Gunsite or any other facility of that type yet they manage to come out on top.

Not saying training in either firearm or knife wouldn't have its benefits but it's certainly not mandatory.
I have been making that point with people for years. Glad to see someone else sees it the same way.
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Old 10-13-2018, 06:21 PM
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Until you lose that $200 knife and have to buy it again! Then have to cry again. And if you may want a knife in each vehicle and then have to pay each of those times too.
Exactly the reason I recommended the Kershaw FatBack , assisted opening knife to the OP for $22.00 if lost , stolen or like I did ,dropped into the water while fishing, you don't get that sick in the stomach feeling ....it's only $22.00 !
The knife is actually a great buy, a black 3 1/2 inch blade , nice design, properly shaped grip . opens with one hand.
It's not a Randall #1 Fighting Knife, but it's a good pocket knife.
I'm not advocating it as a personal defense tactical type ninja fighting knife ....just a decent one handed opening knife us poor people can afford .
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Old 10-13-2018, 06:59 PM
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I donít possess Zorro like blade skills, nor do I have Zorro fantasies.

I carry a Camillus pen knife made in the Ď30s.

No assisted opening, no serrations.

Itís a tool, not a self defense implement.
Can't like above quote enough, knife fights are nasty, and usually nobody is a winner unless it is an offensive attack rather than a defensive attack.

I carry a knife, but as a tool, without a gun my go to is a cane, or walking stick. If legal a expanding baton can reek havoc used defensively.
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Old 10-13-2018, 07:18 PM
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Until you lose that $200 knife and have to buy it again! Then have to cry again. And if you may want a knife in each vehicle and then have to pay each of those times too.
To each their own. The possibility of losing a knife is not a good reason to go cheap. But if you must, buy the Kershaw Blur.
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Can't like above quote enough, knife fights are nasty, and usually nobody is a winner unless it is an offensive attack rather than a defensive attack.



I carry a knife, but as a tool, without a gun my go to is a cane, or walking stick. If legal a expanding baton can reek havoc used defensively.


Cane or ASP baton if legal are great options and Iíd choose to use either before a knife - gives you the advantage of distance and can be used to inflict enough damage to deter the attacker


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I like the Kershaw Leek. Just less than 3" blade, can be had with serrated or straight edge. Solid, holds and edge, quick to use one handed. I've carried this one since 2006. Most places discount in the $40+ range.

I have one. Great little knife but way to slippery for defense. Have you looked at the kershW wave opener copy of the Emerson. Faster than an assist once you get the movement down.

Comes in a variety of sizes too.

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...once you get the movement down.
This is the problem I have with the Emerson design. It's a brilliant design, but it does require a specific type of carry and motion to get the blade deployed. I have a couple of them and can do the motion, but I still prefer the "Safe Assist" of the Kershaw better.
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There is always the large "Bigfoot" from Cutlery Corner at $58. It 's deployment makes an impact on the uninitiated. Size matters.
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I agree, but that's a risk I'm willing and able to take. Unfortunately, I've got small Benchmade automatics spread about in fields across the Heartland, but that won't ever stop me from buying and carrying the best . . .

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Until you lose that $200 knife and have to buy it again! Then have to cry again. And if you may want a knife in each vehicle and then have to pay each of those times too.
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There is always the large "Bigfoot" from Cutlery Corner at $58. It 's deployment makes an impact on the uninitiated. Size matters.
This is NOT a good defensive knife:

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I'm sure it's a fine knife and very useful for everyday tasks, but it lacks a decent point.

A size deterrent is good. Slashing is good. But the sewing-machine motion and lots of stabbing is the easiest way to defend with a knife. Any knife intended to be used for defense should have some kind of point.
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Whether you need it or not for defense it is plain fun just to carry a knife and play with it. Love my spring assist jobs for sheer enjoyment.
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This is NOT a good defensive knife:

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I'm sure it's a fine knife and very useful for everyday tasks, but it lacks a decent point.

A size deterrent is good. Slashing is good. But the sewing-machine motion and lots of stabbing is the easiest way to defend with a knife. Any knife intended to be used for defense should have some kind of point.
If you held it, you might think differently. It is no stiletto, but cut deep, it will. It is bigger than it looks in the picture, it is six inches long closed and sharp.
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This is NOT a good defensive knife:

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I'm sure it's a fine knife and very useful for everyday tasks, but it lacks a decent point.

A size deterrent is good. Slashing is good. But the sewing-machine motion and lots of stabbing is the easiest way to defend with a knife. Any knife intended to be used for defense should have some kind of point.
You make a good point.
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If you held it, you might think differently. It is no stiletto, but cut deep, it will. It is bigger than it looks in the picture, it is six inches long closed and sharp.
I'm aware how big it is. That changes nothing. Being able to poke the attacker is an important aspect of defense.

Then again, maybe you're just being a little sarcastic with this. That blade weighs more than many guns. At a full 16oz most people won't want to carry it anyway. Further, it's illegal to carry in most states, at least in a pocket. So, it's in unrealistic defense tool in any case.

There's a reason this design was so popular in WWII:
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