I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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Fishtail Picklock
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I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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It is the Max Coltellerie APNEA 9 Gray Fixed Blade Knife Satin Serrated made from 4.116 Stainless Steel.


<img src="https://www.grindworx.com/imgs/knives/f ... 540-er.jpg" alt="Mac Coltellerie APNEA 9 Gray Fixed Blade Knife - Satin Serr"/>

It could be held against the calf or forearm with an "Ace" bandage for discrete protection while traveling.

Thoughts?
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sammy the blade
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Re: I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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Go for it! Wicked pissa!
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Re: I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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Well, I bit. At $26.99 this should be a nice little piece of "insurance" during my travels.
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Re: I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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It arrived yesterday and I put an edge on it this morning. Light, quick and extremely corrosion resistant.

Works for me!
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Re: I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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Nice knife FP 8)

Nice concealable carry weapon with minimal weight.
You have been buying a few nice knives lately ..love the ramshorn dagger mate.

Hope your well.

Ian
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Re: I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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Thanks, Ian.

I have been wondering if it wouldn't be better to drill a couple of holes in the end of the handle and attach a pocket clip to this dagger. If I did this I could slide it into one of my sports jacket inside pocket. (This would minimize bulge and make it available at a moment's notice. That would make it mighty handy on the street).

Suggestions? Comments?
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sammy the blade
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Re: I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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I wouldn't want it in my pocket without a sheath, especially with serrations on it.
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Re: I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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sammy the blade wrote: Thu Jun 20, 2019 10:10 am I wouldn't want it in my pocket without a sheath, especially with serrations on it.
Probably not. A sheath that can be clipped inside the jacket pocket may be what's in order.
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Re: I have been considering this little gem for travel.

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that looks like a good choice for your needs.
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