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pinch grip combat knife throw with a custom bill page throwing bowie

learning the pinch grip combat throw taught to me by joe brokenfeather darrah , still a work in progress .


dillonater asked Suggestions on a good hunting knife?

I am getting in to hunting and I need a good knife. I know the Buck 119 is a great knife but I want a top quality knife. I prefer the traditional style. Price limit is $120
(Traditional meaning bone or wood handles)

And got the following answer:

How would you expect to beat the quality of a Buck Knife? I believe they have a lifetime warranty.

The next step up would be a Case sheath knife. Fine. But after that, then you get into so-called “custom knives”. Believe me when I say that those custom knives that are often made in someone’s shed in back of their house NOT be as high a quality as a Buck or Case. Why? Because Buck and Case have been making knives for decades. They have metallurgists and engineers on their payroll. They know what goes into making a good knive and how to propery heat treat the blades and so forth.

While I also own a Buck 119, I actually prefer a smaller knife for hunting. Unless I am going to be fighting grizzly bears with my knife, a smaller size Buck works best for field dressing most big game animals. Go with the Buck 105 – it’s a smaller knife than the over-sized 119 and is easier to handle.

LA asked For self-defense, should I buy a bowie knife or a tactical knife?

For some reason, we aint allowed have a gun at our house because of the neighborhood we live in. So we keep them at my brothers place. I want to buy a knife for self-defense because I have some skill with them, but cant decide between a bowie knife or a tactical knife. What would you get and why?

And got the following answer:

Since you can not keep a gun in the house, get yourself a small battery of tools you can easily use.

First, a good flashlight, the brighter the better.

Next, a can of pepper spray.

Someone suggested a baseball bat. Not a bad idea except it is really too long to swing in the house effectively. Notice that a cop’s baton is around 18 inches long. Properly used, it is an effective weapon, lots of training books and videos on stick fighting.

The bowie knife is a poor idea. Too heavy and unless you have good custom made Bowie, cheap and easily dulled metal. Tactical knives are always pricey and often just somebody’s gimmick.

Get a good solid hunting knife. With a fixed blade, between 4 and 5 inches long. With a good comfortable grip. Here’s the one I have.

http://www.buckknives.com/index.cfm?event=product.detail&productid=3669

Back it up with a good single blade folder. Mine is a Kershaw.

http://www.kershawknives.com/searchresults.php?brand=kershaw&search_by=modelnumber&search_text=1560st&search_value=1&x=50&y=3

All you need now is a yappy little dog. When it come to getting thugs out of the house, the noise these little buggers make is often more effective than the bite from a Rottweiler.

Cheech asked What kind of weapons do USMC soldiers use?

What are the weapons you get to use?

And got the following answer:

A typical USMC rifleman carries either an M16A4 or M4 Carbine with a variety attachments including M203 40mm grenade launcher, Trijicon ACOG sights, Aimpoint Sights, tactical lights, and EOTech holographic sights. An autorifleman will generally carry an M249 SAW (Squad Automatic Weapon) which is being phased out by the H&K IAR (Infantry Automatic Rifle). A Scout Sniper will carry a M40A3 bolt action rifle or a M110 SASS. Designated Marksman carry the M14 DMR(Designated Marksman Rifle) and the M35 EMR(Enhanced Marksman Rifle) Most Marines also carry the M9 Beretta handgun, M67 frag grenades, and the KABAR fighting knife. Marine Expeditionary Units swapped the lower caliber M9 for a custom made MEUSOC M1911 .45 caliber handgun. Some marines carry the Benelli M4 Super 90 12 gauge shotgun when needed.

By the way they aren’t soldiers, they are MARINES, there is a difference.