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Nevada game wardens work in a risky world

GERLACH (AP) โ€” Severed deer antlers are resting on the back of a hunter's all-terrain vehicle, and they serve as a trigger for chief game warden Rob Buonamici.

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Buck Automatic Knives for sale – Blade HQ

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Nevada game wardens work in a risky world

GERLACH (AP) โ€” Severed deer antlers are resting on the back of a hunter's all-terrain vehicle, and they serve as a trigger for chief game warden Rob Buonamici.

Original Source: http://elkodaily.com/news/nevada-game-wardens-work-in-a-risky-world/article_a7158c7c-3f25-11e3-8ddb-001a4bcf887a.html

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Nevada game wardens work in a risky world

GERLACH (AP) โ€” Severed deer antlers are resting on the back of a hunter's all-terrain vehicle, and they serve as a trigger for chief game warden Rob Buonamici.

Original Source: http://elkodaily.com/news/nevada-game-wardens-work-in-a-risky-world/article_a7158c7c-3f25-11e3-8ddb-001a4bcf887a.html


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Michael asked whats the best legal switchblade knife under a hundred?

i’m looking for a good durable knife that looks nice, is cheap, is legal, and has a big blade.

And got the following answer:

Depends on what state you are in for sure.

(Florida they are legal).

Word of caution though, getting a cheap automatic knife (the actual name of them) is flirting with disaster. Most of them that are actually good are going to be over a hundred. Good meaning will retain their spring, throughout hundreds and thousands of openings, versus one that works good for about 2 or 3 months.

Personally, Microtech is considered the “King of Spring” they make the best automatic knives there are. I would suggest ponying up a little more cash for 120 or 130 you can pick up a Mini Socom Elite, which is what I consider to be one of the better everyday carry tactical automatic folders you can get. Go to a gun and knife show in your area and you can probably pick up one for just about 100 bucks. You can also grab cheaper ones but remember you get what you pay for.

You can pick up some HALOs one way out the front knives from Microtech for about 100 bucks.

Kershaw knives have what is called an “assisted opening” which if automatics are illegal in your area, assisted opening knives generally aren’t. Assist opening basically means the blade flies open with a slight nudge of your thumb in opening it.

Emerson makes incredible knives, that would fit your price range and have what is called a WAVE. Which is a stud that sticks out of the knife that allows it to open as soon as you pull it from your pocket, by catching on the edge and opening the knife for you. For the money that is the fastest deploying knife you can get. (No buttons or opening needed, the simple act of pulling it out opens the knife for you).

“Big Blade” depends on your definition, most states have blade length limits, and the bigger the blade the more expensive it is going to be in an automatic, and it has one extra issue. If it is a fast auto, a bigger blade has more weight behind it, and I have seen people lay themselves open when a big bladed automatic pops open and throws the knife out of their hand.

Here is a good one that could meet your needs: http://www.highdesertco.com/desertfox.htm

It uses Microtechs dual action hidden bolster. Which will open like a regular knife and by all means look like a regular folder. But also has a way to open it automatically with the touch of a button (that is hidden). That design has gotten so popular (the original Microtech LCC is amazing) that it is widely copied. Keep in mind, Microtech does it better than anyone else, and at a Gun and Knife show you can probably get one, but you will pay for it.

Somethings to keep in mind, if you ask for their Microtechs, you are immediately going to garner the respect of a knife salesman. Similarly if you ask for Emerson, MOD, or Strider knives.

Masters of Defense (MOD) also has some really great tactical folders in Automatic. I would highly suggest the CQD Dieter Mod II. But really any MOD is nice.

That would be my best advice though is to check at your local Gun and knife show, or any Blade show that comes to town. The best place to get some AMAZING deals on knives is at Blade Magazine’s annual Blade show in Atlanta. I got knives 50 to 60 bucks cheaper there then anywhere else.

Additionally really know what you are looking for as far as what is legal in your state. It would suck to spend any amount of money on a knife, then get arrested and have it confiscated. Know your laws and carry exactly what is legal to carry.

Sierra B asked what should i get my boyfriend for Christmas?

we’ve been dating for about a month now and i want to get him something nice, yet cheap.help!

And got the following answer:

I have made friends, uncles, cousins, and brother in laws smile with gifts from here, bladeplay.com if it’s legal in your state for around 15 – 20 bucks the butterfly knives are the coolest for someone who has never owned one. If you wanna spend a little more and really make them smile, go for the akc switchblades. They are real Italian made switchblades, but are still under the $100 mark. Here’s an example of the type I mean http://www.bladeplay.com/item–AKC-9-Red-w-Black-Swirl-Automatic–10548 again just make sure they are legal in your state. If you live in california for example, then I think the best you can do is the spring assisted knives, which is kind of lame, but would still be a really cool gift.

Nadia T asked What would be a good grad present for my boyfriend?

I just can’t think of anything to get him. Any other occassion and I’m fine but I’m having probolems with this one. Preferably something in the price range of less than $100 but more than 30 or 40. Also, nothing cheesy like gold engraved whatever or fancy pens or wallets.

And got the following answer:

If he is a nerd then get him something from ThinkGeek or The Sharper Image.

ALSO….sex is over rated as a gift if you have been seeing someone for a while. I got a hot tub and dinner night once for my bday and it was great but sex is sex….it happens all the time….have sex with him anyway just get him something else that is good.

Don’t get him anything stupid or traditional like a briefcase or fancy note paper or a wallet or anything….those all suck.

Under a hundred bucks is hard though…..so here are my best ideas…

I dunno buy him something like a gift card to best buy.
Or something practical like an electronic air pump for car tires.
OR ….i forgot…

umm….

Or something practical like a automatic self cleaning razor (this would be what I would want honestly cause regular blades wear too quickly and are tooo expensive)

or get him a good multi tool or knife….Leatherman or Gerber …. (ALWAYS A GOOD GIFT….ALWAYS!!!!!!)

Or a bodygroom (a body hair shaver, not really for the face)….

Or get him some nice headphones…in ear, noise canceling…

Okay that is all I can think of…except for a lot of his favorite beer.