Defensive Knife Company Selected As Exclusive National Reseller

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The new models will add to a product line that features Karambit knives and Trainers, Every Day Carry knives, Impact Defense Tools, and Flashlights. The Karambit and Trainer Knives were co-designed by FOX Knives, Inc. and TheUltimateKnife.com parent company, ReNu Tech Solutions, LLC. The 599 FOX Karambit and all Karambit knives are machined, hand assembled, hand sharpened and thoroughly inspected to NATO standards at FOX Knives, Italy. ThUltimateKnife.com has been the official national reseller of FOX Karambit folding knives since November, 2010. We are honored to represent FOX Knives USA, LLC as their only national reseller of this great folding knife, says Lad Mandiola Owner of ReNU Tech Solutions and TheUltimateKnife.com. The FOX Karambit Knife is the ultimate Close Quarter Combative Defensive Knife. The 599 Karambit G10 Trainer is a fully functional folding trainer that enables owners to train using exact duplicates of Karambit knives with stainless steel dummy blades.
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Hercules: Suspected jail escapee, murderer had tried to escape from Contra Costa jail too – San Jose Mercury News

As detectives discussed how Ko was stabbed 18 times, she covered her ears, cried softly and swayed back and forth. Darnell Washington, wearing a yellow jail-issued jumpsuit, sat quietly throughout the hearing. A couple dozen family and friends of Ko sat in the audience, some softly crying at times as crime scene investigators described how Ko’s bloodied body was found in the entryway of her quiet Hercules home in the 100 block of Ash Court. A neighbor found a lifeless Ko after her husband asked the neighbor to check on his wife because she failed to pick him up from Oakland International Airport. Law enforcement witnesses Monday described finding two folding knives and a loaded, 12-gauge sawed-off shotgun in Ko’s stolen car.
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