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Non Threatening Looking Knives

Discussion in 'Knives' started by PinoyBoy, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. gadgetjack

    gadgetjack Loaded Pockets

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    I once worked in an office as the sole male with about 18 females, ages 18-50. The least scary of my knives in order were: a green FRN Endura, an orange Military, and an blue SAK classic. I could use these knives with impunity, no questions, no complaints. I once opened a box with a black FRN Dragonfly and got a verbal warning for carrying a weapon. I am glad I no longer work in that type of environment. I would like to go back and see what the think of my 6" Venom Green ESEE. They'd probably think it's cute.
     
  2. 0dBm

    0dBm Loaded Pockets

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    "The same ethnic groups that would normally fire RPGs at each other in another country, largely ignore each other in Queens."
    No, they don't "ignore" each other. They keep a keen eye on one another in private; however, they make a VERY concerted effort to SEEM nonchalant in public in order to avoid the FBI and DHS radar.

    Back OT.
    I have a set of Ti utensils. I modified the knife to eliminate the insipid serrated edge; however, I have sharpened it so that it will cut the hair on my arm in one stroke. Placed next to a spoon and fork, it is as innocuous as a butter knife because of the company it keeps, the semi-round tip, the matte, low-luster patina of titanium, and the food particles it frequently has on its blade.

    During the 90s, knife maker Bud Nealy made a line of knives that closely resembled kitchen utensils. In fact, I purchased one for concealed carry; however, I ended-up using it mostly for kitchen chores:happy: