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    This is interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Auto knives? Protech is the best.

    Automatic ? ProTech Knives

    I have quite a few now. Two Newport’s, one TR5, a Sprint, and a Runt.

    Currently on order Is a Godfather.



    Features
    Overall Length: 9.25"
    Blade Length: 4"
    Blade Material: 154-CM
    Blade Thickness: 0.125"
    Handle Material: 6061 Aluminum
    Weight: 3.85oz
    Closed Length: 5.25"
    Knife Category: Automatic
    Action: Side Opening
    Blade Style: Bayonet
    Country of Origin: USA
    That looks like a real nice knife!

    The problem here is you would go to jail for possessing it.

    That would fit real nice in a boot or ankle holster/sheath.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SOCOM42 View Post
    The problem here is you would go to jail for possessing it.
    Can you refer to the law that supports that?

    https://knifeup.com/north-carolina-knife-laws/
    Last edited by KUSA; 09-18-2020 at 05:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Can you refer to the law that supports that?

    https://knifeup.com/north-carolina-knife-laws/
    he said the problem "here"..... where he lives.. and that ain't NC....
    -IN OMNIA PARATUS

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    Quote Originally Posted by ND_ponyexpress_ View Post
    he said the problem "here"..... where he lives.. and that ain't NC....
    That’s easy to fix. Move out of commie country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Auto knives? Protech is the best.

    Automatic ? ProTech Knives

    I have quite a few now. Two Newport’s, one TR5, a Sprint, and a Runt.

    Currently on order Is a Godfather.



    Features
    Overall Length: 9.25"
    Blade Length: 4"
    Blade Material: 154-CM
    Blade Thickness: 0.125"
    Handle Material: 6061 Aluminum
    Weight: 3.85oz
    Closed Length: 5.25"
    Knife Category: Automatic
    Action: Side Opening
    Blade Style: Bayonet
    Country of Origin: USA
    I have the exact same knife but with a different handle material. That's the one that poked my thigh when it opened accidentally in my pocket.

    As for its legality: I bought it in Denver, CO. When I first saw it ... I wanted it. I told the guy at the counter that I'd love to have it but that I was concerned about its legality. He asked me if I had ever sold a knife. I said "yes." He said ... "well then you're a knife dealer and dealers can own these legally." I bought it on the spot (even though his statement sounded a bit fishy).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainMan View Post
    Would love to hear your favorite fixed blade, folding, bowie, and machete makers and why.
    Big fan of Bark River knives (all fixed although I hear they may come out with a folder). They are very well built using the finest materials and alloys. I prefer the convex grind over the scandi or concave. The blade thickness of my Bravo 1 is beefy and trustworthy.

    See the link for various grind configurations (I can't post pictures for some reason): https://agrussell.com/knife-articles/blade-grinds

    Good Bark River site: https://www.knivesshipfree.com/bark-river-knives/
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    Quote Originally Posted by AquaHull View Post
    Most of my fixed blades are Western, and a couple Case.The reason is, it's what I have.
    I have some Western knives and a hatchet. Too bad they went out of business. They made good stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Can you refer to the law that supports that?

    https://knifeup.com/north-carolina-knife-laws/
    These knives mentioned below are illegal to carry both openly or concealed, Switchblades & automatic knives over one and one-half inches of blade size. The code 269, section 10 (b) describes the illegal carrying knives. “ (b) Whoever, except as provided by law, carries on his person, or carries on his person or under his control in a vehicle, any stiletto, dagger or a device or case which enables a knife with a locking blade to be drawn at a locked ...

    The body of Massachusetts law concerning knives is not easily capsulized. The primary statute regarding the possession and carrying of knives, found at 269 § 10 sub-section (b), is a single sentence consisting of almost 400 words. It states that one may not “carry on his person” – including in a vehicle – any: stiletto, dagger, ballistic knife, dirk knife, automatic knife having a blade longer than one and a half (1 ˝) inches, knife with a double-edged blade, or device which enables a knife with a locking blade to be drawn at a locked position. This list of knives may be referred to as the per se or “by definition” prohibited knives, although there are no statutory definitiSub-section (b) further provides that if one is arrested upon a warrant for an alleged crime or arrested while committing a “breach or disturbance of the public peace” and possesses a “dangerous weapon” (which may be a knife other than one of the per se knives) he or she is subject to the same range of penalties which apply to simple possession of any of the sub-section (b) weapons. (See below discussion on “consequences”).

    There is an exception for police officers, I carried a dirk under my vest upside down at the waist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    That’s easy to fix. Move out of commie country.
    It is funny you say that, back in 1986, I almost moved my entire operation to Liberty NC.

    One of my largest customers had moved there, there was no local shop equivalent of mine.

    I had friends that ran that company and were willing to help out in any way for the move.

    I was offered an old nylon stocking mill building to put my operation.

    The sheriff approved of my bringing all my machine guns down there.

    It did not happen, should have though, too late now, today, I could move in with doctor brother over in the mountains.
    Last edited by SOCOM42; 09-18-2020 at 09:21 AM.
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