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CRKT Hammond Cruiser: Affordable Tactical Folder Option

CRKT Hammond Cruiser: Affordable Tactical Folder Option This knife is a great option for tactical carry. I have carried this knife for over 3 months now as a…


Draco R asked how good is a 440C Teflon Coated boot knife ?

just looking for a good cheap knife this one caught my eye and looked like the best one out of many others i have looked at but i am not sure about the metal.

And got the following answer:

Not sure if you want it for the kitchen or not.
Anyway, AISI 440C is high carbon stainless steel alloy, exact chemical composition – http://zknives.com/knives/steels/440c.shtml

By itself that alloy is much better than standard steels used in the kitchen knives such as 440A and German counterpart X50CrMoV15 used in mid/high end Wusthofs and Henckels.
440A vs 440C vs X50CrMoV15 composition comparison – http://zknives.com/knives/steels/steelgraph.shtml?nm=440c,440A,X50CrMoV15
As you can see 440C has the highest amount of Carbon and same amount of Chromium as 440A. So, it’ll hold the edge longer and you can get it sharper too if it’s heat treated properly.

In terms of steel performance it’s a good one. Back in 1980s 440C was one of the best stainless steels. It’s decent even today if done properly. BTW, the original Rambo first blood knife was made out of that steel.

Teflon coating – it’s pretty good for rust protection, but scratches and wears easily, although, due to the nature of the teflon, it penetrates the pores in metal and even after it’s worn off from the surface the protective layer is still there.

As for the rest, boot knife will not fare that well in the kitchen. Being a knife collector myself, I’ve tried all sorts of knives in the kitchen and nothing really works well, all the combat, tactical, etc knives are too thick and edge geometry is not designed for the light cutting needed in the kitchen.
Exception is the heavy knives as the meat cleavers. Although, in that case you risk chipping or denting the edge on the thick bone ๐Ÿ™‚

Still, you can make it work, so so… If you like it.
here’s the reviews of the combat knives that worked more or less well in the kitchen – http://zknives.com/knives/kitchen/ktknv/nonkitchen.shtml

Ninja Scion asked Does a knife have to look ornamental in order to be shipped into the UK?

I’m on holiday in Morocco and want to mail a knife to myself at home (don’t have any luggage to check). It’s longer than 3 inches and has a fixed blade; it’s plain, meant for camping and doesn’t look like a tactical commando knife or anything. Would it be allowed through customs?

And got the following answer:

You can mail it with FEDEX or DHL, but it’s so expensive it will cost you more than 700 MAD ,
chronoposte is cheaper “less than 250MAD”, if they hesitate to ship it, you can easily grease their palm with +20MAD :/, don’t forget you are in Morocco nothing is impossible.

Erei asked Is it legal to carry a Balisong comb in Singapore?

Carry as in carry about in public.

I found a shop called Black Tactical (they have a website) that sells Balisong combs and I got one. Very nice, and cheap, since two of the three models are actually from Benchmade.

I know that carrying gravity knives in Singapore is illegal, and so is possession. Is this the case for the Balisong comb?

It’s a comb, and I use it as such, while doing some tricks and flips when I feel bored, but it’s in the shape of a Balisong. Looks almost identical, in fact.

And got the following answer:

As far as I know, the Singaporean law forbids people to carry items that “might cause public panic”.
There’s no particular law on the legality of carrying Balisong comb, but if it looks like a knife from far away, the police might confiscate it.

jerlaak97 asked What is some cool stuff to buy on amazon?

I’m ordering new headphone tips for my bose headset. I can’t find them on any store locally and only place i found them online is amazon. But they cost 5$ and because they won’t ship something so cheap and small
(some add on thing that if I want to buy add ones to anything it has to be more than 25$. Or I’ll buy something else with the tips. The point is that I need to get something that brings the price to at least 25. Pardon my english)

I thought of buying new hockey skates but I decided to buy it from local store because I can fit them. So no clothes or anything like that. I don’t want anything usual. I want something cool and weird. Something that’ll amaze my friends.

I don’t want you to suggest anything that’ll cost over 30$ because you don’t know what kind of things I’m in to.

So suggest just about what ever you want. Whatever you think that’ll just won’t be waste of 20$ but not too ordinary.

And got the following answer:

perplexes maze game
s107 radio controlled helicopter
boomerang
throwing knives
gun stock throwing club from ‘cold steel’
throwing spike
blow dart gun also from cold steel
red line tactical flashlight
nun chucks
monster mask

Ninja Scion asked Does a knife have to look ornamental in order to be shipped into the UK?

I’m on holiday in Morocco and want to mail a knife to myself at home (don’t have any luggage to check). It’s longer than 3 inches and has a fixed blade; it’s plain, meant for camping and doesn’t look like a tactical commando knife or anything. Would it be allowed through customs?

And got the following answer:

You can mail it with FEDEX or DHL, but it’s so expensive it will cost you more than 700 MAD ,
chronoposte is cheaper “less than 250MAD”, if they hesitate to ship it, you can easily grease their palm with +20MAD :/, don’t forget you are in Morocco nothing is impossible.

Draco R asked how good is a 440C Teflon Coated boot knife ?

just looking for a good cheap knife this one caught my eye and looked like the best one out of many others i have looked at but i am not sure about the metal.

And got the following answer:

Not sure if you want it for the kitchen or not.
Anyway, AISI 440C is high carbon stainless steel alloy, exact chemical composition – http://zknives.com/knives/steels/440c.shtml

By itself that alloy is much better than standard steels used in the kitchen knives such as 440A and German counterpart X50CrMoV15 used in mid/high end Wusthofs and Henckels.
440A vs 440C vs X50CrMoV15 composition comparison – http://zknives.com/knives/steels/steelgraph.shtml?nm=440c,440A,X50CrMoV15
As you can see 440C has the highest amount of Carbon and same amount of Chromium as 440A. So, it’ll hold the edge longer and you can get it sharper too if it’s heat treated properly.

In terms of steel performance it’s a good one. Back in 1980s 440C was one of the best stainless steels. It’s decent even today if done properly. BTW, the original Rambo first blood knife was made out of that steel.

Teflon coating – it’s pretty good for rust protection, but scratches and wears easily, although, due to the nature of the teflon, it penetrates the pores in metal and even after it’s worn off from the surface the protective layer is still there.

As for the rest, boot knife will not fare that well in the kitchen. Being a knife collector myself, I’ve tried all sorts of knives in the kitchen and nothing really works well, all the combat, tactical, etc knives are too thick and edge geometry is not designed for the light cutting needed in the kitchen.
Exception is the heavy knives as the meat cleavers. Although, in that case you risk chipping or denting the edge on the thick bone ๐Ÿ™‚

Still, you can make it work, so so… If you like it.
here’s the reviews of the combat knives that worked more or less well in the kitchen – http://zknives.com/knives/kitchen/ktknv/nonkitchen.shtml

jerlaak97 asked What is some cool stuff to buy on amazon?

I’m ordering new headphone tips for my bose headset. I can’t find them on any store locally and only place i found them online is amazon. But they cost 5$ and because they won’t ship something so cheap and small
(some add on thing that if I want to buy add ones to anything it has to be more than 25$. Or I’ll buy something else with the tips. The point is that I need to get something that brings the price to at least 25. Pardon my english)

I thought of buying new hockey skates but I decided to buy it from local store because I can fit them. So no clothes or anything like that. I don’t want anything usual. I want something cool and weird. Something that’ll amaze my friends.

I don’t want you to suggest anything that’ll cost over 30$ because you don’t know what kind of things I’m in to.

So suggest just about what ever you want. Whatever you think that’ll just won’t be waste of 20$ but not too ordinary.

And got the following answer:

perplexes maze game
s107 radio controlled helicopter
boomerang
throwing knives
gun stock throwing club from ‘cold steel’
throwing spike
blow dart gun also from cold steel
red line tactical flashlight
nun chucks
monster mask

John K asked What new Martial Arts Weapon should I learn?

I think the weapon should have most or all of these qualities
1. Versatile
2. Non-blade
3. Fast
4. Cheap but not too cheap (if you know what I mean)
5. Something not normally known of

Don’t mention ascrima, staff, tanto, broadsword, throwing stars, straight sword, sais, or fan please. I already have those and want something new.

And got the following answer:

Oooo!

I like these kinds of questions, but most people don’t like my answers. I focus on what is most practical, not what is expected. As a cop and former military man, I go hard-core for that “martial” side of the arts and don’t tend to go near the more historic side.

The question is, what “should” you train in? Forget everything else.

Although you specify non-blade weapons, knives would be at the top of my list. They can be easily applied, using largely the same motions that you have already learned in your art. They focus on speed, surprise and hidden motion, and thorough instruction will include the best carry sites and drawing motions for modern tactical folders (as well as how to best open them without moving your hand off to the side, away from the space between you and the opponent). More important, because 8 out of every 10 Americans carry them, they should be part of every MA person’s regular training, both to defend against and to be able to use. They can also be used as a striking implement when closed, or from the pommel side.

Next, I would add palm-sticks. Again, they are easy to carry and conceal, and are legal in every state. They can be used from an abbreviated version of just about any block or strike, and thereby can be practiced in virtually any empty-hand form.

I also like a good “swagger stick”, known for hitting horses as you ride them hard. Smack a man in the streets with such a few times and he’ll be too embarrassed to come at you ever again. Short enough to carry under your jacket, but impressive in the sheer pain and bruises that it dishes out.

Next, for the modern “martial” artist, would be the gun. You can acquire some cheap but realistic air pistols/ rifles at any Wal-Mart or sporting goods store. There’s no better way to prepare for armed assailants than to routinely train with the weapons they will carry. The ancient arts recognized the importance of the firearm through the practice of teppo-jutsu, which is easily found referred to in Miyamoto Musashi’s “Book of Five Rings.” Why would we be less concerned with such tactics today than they were in the 17th and 18th centuries?

Belts are nice. I encourage all men and women to wear them, and despise this jail-life homo-based trend of wearing pants down low. You can’t run like that and can’t play ball like that, so what practical purpose does it have other than to make life easier for the big bruisers that bend you over in jail? If you want to send that kind of message out, by all means continue to wear your pants low. The rest of us should be wearing belts and training in how to apply them in beating, trapping, wrapping and choking others.

The cane would also be in my list. You don’t have to be handicapped to carry one, and no one will likely stop you from doing so. Smarter MA trainers are getting certified to teach this important tool, and it has become a favorite in the circles of police & military practitioners of Defendo. Add it to your list of tools to be developed and kept for the rest of your life, since it may well be one of the most practical weapons you could learn for advancing years. Old age does come to all of us lucky enough to reach it.

Machete is a nice cheap substitute for sword training. It makes use of many of the same motions, but requires you to get much closer than most fighters are used to. They can be bought at any Wal-Mart or garden store. A simple American sickle is another option. (For that matter, most tools in your tool-box are better than your traditional MA weapons).

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I’m not a fan of things like nunchaku and such anymore. I spent years learning such, only to discover that they were simply not practical to most situations I would find myself in. Unless you have special license, most martial arts weapons are illegal in many states. So, although I grew up making my own nunchaku and 3-sectional staves and such, I would not carry them today. That’s just an easy arrest waiting to happen, something I would know all too well as a former cop that made such arrests myself in the past. It’s also a waste of much precious time that you would otherwise be spending on more realistic fighting skills. (So, although Shihan J there likely has much experience & knowledge in his art, I’d stay away from everything in his list. No disrespect.)

Don’t let yourself get caught up in what’s hot or what’s flashy. Focus on what is most practical to your life in today’s times. That’s what MA men of old did, and what we should continue to do today.

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