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Wor Tac

Post by Zack » Sat Aug 17, 2002 3:10 am

Mr. Tiny,
The Al Mar Wor Tac I got today is just plain un****ing believable!!! This thing is in a different league...

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Post by Guest Guestofferson » Sun Aug 18, 2002 5:04 am

:shock: That Al Mar Wor Tac looks friggen sinister ... I may get one myself..

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Post by Zack » Sun Aug 18, 2002 1:37 pm

It's definitely bigger than I expected it to be... and, it will try to jump out of your hand.

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Post by The Falcon » Mon Sep 02, 2002 11:28 am

Zack,

I didn't want one of those Wor Tacs until I read your post. Darn it! There goes nine more $20 bills.

The Falcon

ps. You guys and your glowing knife reviews are killing me!

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Post by Zack » Mon Sep 02, 2002 11:45 am

Falcon,
I know what you mean. I have to back off acquiring stuff for a while or I'm gonna wind up in trouble. That Wor Tac, though, is a real good bang for the buck. Let me know what you think of it when you get it.

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Post by The Falcon » Tue Sep 17, 2002 5:40 am

Zack,

You were right. The Wor Tac is "fanfriggintastic"!

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Post by Razor_54 » Tue Sep 17, 2002 9:51 pm

You guys are right...the Wor Tac is one sinister looking knife, but kind of large for everyday carry. Still have to get one for my collection.
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Post by Greyblade » Wed Sep 18, 2002 1:57 pm

Falcon & Razor,

If like the looks of the Wor Tac, you should be really hotted up by the Paragon X-Olite. The slotted handle really adds to it's appearance (and lightness). Very high quality. Have you guys investigated it?

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Post by The Falcon » Wed Sep 18, 2002 9:02 pm

Razor,

In many places in the world, a machete is the everyday carry knife of choice. I think most of the rest of us can handle a 4" blade and an extra 4 ounces in our pockets.


Greyblade,

I think the Paragon X-Olite is next.

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Post by Zack » Wed Sep 18, 2002 9:33 pm

I agree. The Paragon X - Olite is the next one on my list, too. I'm just waiting for Tiny to get some plain edged ones in. He has the best price I've seen.

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Post by Razor_54 » Thu Sep 19, 2002 2:28 am

I agree with you Falcon...but here in Canada, the carry of autos is illegal, so concealment is important. I would also like to carry a .45, but have to settle for a .380 PPK..Daily dress code is jeans and t-shirt, kind of difficult to conceal a machete... :wink:

I've been thing of ordering the Paragon X-OLITE from PVK, since Tiny will not ship into Canada. :cry:
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Post by The Falcon » Thu Sep 19, 2002 2:41 am

Razor,

Tiny lives close to the border. He could throw it over the international demarcation line to you. It would be kind of like free airmail shipping.

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Post by J-man » Thu Sep 19, 2002 2:51 am

I hope tiny has a good arm, he would have to throw it across the country!

Oh yea and Razor you probably know about my story but e-mail tiny I heard something he might be for large orders. And can you legally even possess a .380 PPK I know your an ex-cop but if they weren't going to give you a concealed firearms lisence then they wouldn't let you have a restricted handgun. But I could personally care less about what the laws are when it comes to firearms criminals aren't going to care. So I would rather be judged by 12 then carried by 6!

And my dress code is usually Jeans, T-shirt with vest Denim or Leather or Anime/Japense button shirt :silimar to a hawian shirt, but for the record it looks completey different the shirt colors and designs so I'm not gay! If that was what you were thinking :| )

And One more thing I've been reading up on the Glock 26 (which is the size of a standard pocket pistol, but has a 10 shot 9mm magazine) and 27 (which is the same as above but with a 9 shot S&W .40 Magazine) there also known as a baby glock, they look pretty good for a good self-defence easy conceal pistol which can take abuse (carry crap) for our climate but still full sized glocks aren't that powerful I would prefer adlest a Berreta but keep in mind this is a pocket pistol, so does anyone have anyone own (or even used/fired)a Glock 26 or 27 also known as the baby glock.

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Post by Razor_54 » Thu Sep 19, 2002 4:29 am

Hey J-Man...Still have a FAL license,,,can legally own and possess restricted hand guns, as long as you have them registered, but can not carry them concealed. Have to keep them at home. :wink: :wink:
Have also been looking at the Glocks or even an H&K, but my favorite is the Beretta 9mm or the Bulldog in a wheel gun. The only Glock i have used was the Glock 31 .357 with a 15 round magazine, plenty of stopping power. Presently looking at the Glock 29 in a 10mm..plenty of power and easily concealable, just stlightly larger than a Glock 19. Never tryed the 26 model.
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Post by Vagrant » Thu Sep 19, 2002 11:11 am

Another nice pocket cannon is the Star Firestar in .40S&W.
Hard to find because they're discontinued only 6+1 shots but all steel so
user friendly. The Star PD is also pocket size and has some "cult status".
To my knowledge all Stars are no longer made. Or at least no longer sent to North America. That's a pity they made so nice compact autos in good calibers.

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