New carry knife , most impressed eh

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  1. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

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    I won a knife on the forum here and it was awaiting me when i got home

    so far i've used it to whittle some iron bark cut nylon sheet (6mm or 1/4" thick)
    thrown it into my old decking boards a dozen times to get the balance ( its not a good thrower but is throwable) and its as it came out of the pack )

    ( i bust tip's off knives throwing into hardwood often if the knives aint so good)

    this thing is a keeper in a big way

    and Jedwill if you sell these i got some business for you

    4 so far , ;) let me know how to pay and ship if your interested

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    Oh my, That is a very handsome lockback!

    Is it assisted opening?
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    it do have a thumb stud if you wish to use that to help opening

    as for assisted opening they are not legal here so no i dont think it is
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    Assisted opening is verboten?!

    But can't you guys have suppressed firearms without any special fuss with the gummint?
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    thats the Kiwis

    we got a stumpy gutless bullet proof vest wearing putz , the kiwi's had a lady with balls enough to ban all anti gun lobbyists from all government buildings on her third day in office after one of them told her she'd better do what they said

    ours government funds the anti gun lobby as a NGO (did what the antis said )

    and yours helps too ( 60% of the Australian anti gun lobby funding is from the USG via the UN )
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    better pic with another win from here

    and these live in my carry all with compass mirror flints shot spare ball and powder and firekit

    almost every day i use em , great little bino's

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    Thanks for the info about supressed firearms, NZ and the UN.
    Sorry to hear it.

    I have those same binocs. :)
    Lots of performance in a very small package.

    My daily carry is an old Emerson CQC7.
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    Jack posts a picture of a knife...and nothing? Hell's bells...somebody's gotta do it...y'all must be sleepin...


    "Naw, that's not a knoife. THIS is a knoife."

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    :):eek:ok ok...so witch one is Jack??:eek::na-na:
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    third option

    no croc teeth on the hat ... ;)

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    Jack, by the way you are looking at that knife in the pic I'm thinking I should always be respectful to you. Nice knife Jack.
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    Love my Kin Onion designed Kershaw, great knife Jack. You will get a lot of use out of it. I've had mine for years, and it's still hanging in there!

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    arh so this is from that stock , grand dad looks awful good

    just with the jap tanto addition and some coating ..

    ya can see the progression eh , cool
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    $3000 ???? and thats the only one i can find with a price tag ...

    scarey .. its not that flash

    so the real fancy ones would be ?? ( besides beyond my price for a carry knife )
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    The real pricey ones I can't afford either. Anything from around $75 - $150 is about all I can handle money wise.
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    Glad you like the knife, Jack. I'm not in the business , but here's a link to where I bought it:http://www.knifeoutlet.com/shop/10browse.asp?category=Kershaw Knives
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    ok , we're aussie we like to buy off folks we know and who look after us , or as cheap as possible ;) , we get only the basic kershaws here and they are priced crazy

    but i'll send the links to the folks who asked .. that could be trouble from the quick look i've just had

    and theres a new sysyem one too

    a alaskan gut hook instead of the filleting blade on the system i have ( showing its age and use , easy 5000 critters )

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    http://www.knifeoutlet.com/shop/10Expand.asp?ProductCode=KER1098AK


    cheers eh
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    I got one similiar design with USMC on the blade.
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