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Old 04-24-2014, 10:59 AM   #21
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Old 04-24-2014, 11:34 AM   #22
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I'd shoot someone right in the face before I ever even thought about stabbing somebody. Knives are for fish and deer.
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I'd shoot someone right in the face before I ever even thought about stabbing somebody. Knives are for fish and deer.
Definantly not a defensive weapon, but a usefull tool for most.

I laugh when I hear about knife tactics and self defence with them, it wont be a duel or pitched battle like the overweight armchair commandos in 5:11 pants sporting bad goattees and oakleys set up on youtube. "Tactically deploy your tactical folder and..." nah mate, in the time it took you to register the threat and reach for your gun or knife you have been rushed and stabbed in stomach and chest 15 times and dont even know it, your confused about feeling wet and dont know why your legs wont walk, you fall down and and see blood on your hands and die on the pavement.

I got stabbed in the leg and didnt notice for about 2 minutes, thought I had just been punched.
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I'd shoot someone right in the face before I ever even thought about stabbing somebody. Knives are for fish and deer.
This is a little serial killerish but I think it's personal and up close. It's a genuine action.
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I'd shoot someone right in the face before I ever even thought about stabbing somebody. Knives are for fish and deer.
And that's to easy, no thrill.
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