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This is a discussion on Is this worth having? within the Crossbows, Compound, Longbow, Slingshots, Airsoft, Slings, Blowguns forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; Originally Posted by Annie Sadly, I've learnt it's not legal to carry. Do you think they'd arrest me if I gave me and my girls ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    Sadly, I've learnt it's not legal to carry. Do you think they'd arrest me if I gave me and my girls a whistle? Is that legal?
    It's probably not legal. You have to understand that by defending yourself in some states, you are stopping someone from working in his/her chosen profession. That is not right in some states like NJ, NY, IL and CA for example.
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    I keep telling you, Annie, I can polish you up a knife James Keating would be afraid of.

    Get a book on anatomy, memorize where all the big arteries are. Big guy grabs you, and you are inches away from spilling lots of blood he needs. If you are petite, you are closer to the femoral artery. It takes two to six minutes to completely drain a hole slashed there. The EMTs can take eight to ten minutes to arrive, so do the math.

    And the Barge is big with preppers. You could honestly tell a cop it's a "camping knife."

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    The chances of a woman being frisked, if you keep your pistol well concealed, are near zero. So are the chances of the cop locking you up for it, the prosecutor charging, the jury convicting and the judge making you do any time. The odds of you NEEDING that pistol are far higher. Most often, you never have to fire it, and if you then are worried about somebody calling the cops about your having had to point the gun (or even fire if you didn't hit him) consider finding a few good places to scatter the gun's parts into, say 1/4 mile apart. It's your gun, after all. You get to do whatever you want with it, (as long as you're not irresponsible about how/where you leave it). Consider a keltec 380, with Winchester Silvertip jhp ammo. Dont leave it in your purse, car, or around the house. Get a bellyband holster, a flashbang bra rig, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    Sadly, I've learnt it's not legal to carry. Do you think they'd arrest me if I gave me and my girls a whistle? Is that legal?
    Annie, kill two birds with one stone. Every TOPS knife comes with a whistle. Oddly, the whistle is flat, but boy is it loud.
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    I already told you I'd buy one of your cotton pickin' knives already.

    Didn't you read your pms? Where do you sell 'em? Ebay?


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    Sorry for the delay. But I've been polishing Barges for just about everyone on the KimberTalk forum. I have my own company, but I have to know what you like. Folders or fixed. Autos or flippers.

    You pick it out, I'll polish it, and find you a whistle.
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    @The Tourist , sir, how much do you charge to supply the edge?
    I would be interested.
    RIP Corporal BRADLEY COY 6/18/1992-10/24/2014

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    Also, my knife would be a folder.
    RIP Corporal BRADLEY COY 6/18/1992-10/24/2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    @The Tourist , sir, how much do you charge to supply the edge? I would be interested.
    I don't gouge members, but most knives can be done from 20 to 30 dollars. The money is in kitchen wear.

    When I was taking folded steel up to 3.2 million grit, I charged my clients 100 dollars per inch. But I had to use extra stones of finer grit, and use various grade of Alumina and PDP emulsions when 5.4 million grit came out. The knife below is mine, I just pushed it to 5.4 million to see if the metal alloy in that knife could take it.

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