Spyderco Delica4 Folding Knife From Kahr Firearms Group

The shorter blade makes it legal in jurisdictions with strict blade-length limitations without sacrificing leverage, control, or cutting power. The Kahr Delica4 features a stonewashed VG-10 stainless steel blade with a smooth thumb ramp. The sturdy back lock mechanism locks the blade in place when open, and includes a Boye Dent relief cut to prevent unintentional lock release. The Trademark Round Holefound on all Spyderco blades ensures quick, positive, one-handed opening. Other features include the Bi-Directional Textured handle scales injection molded from fiberglass-reinforced nylon and skeletonized stainless steel liners that reduce the overall weight of the knife to just 2.5 ounces. The perfect companion to Kahrs compact pistols, the Kahr Delica4 is also designed to maximize its concealment properties. It is offered in three discreet handle colors black, khaki, and denim-blue to blend discreetly with common pant colors.
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Man brought machete, knives, stun gun to Jackson dance recital, police say | NJ.com

Depending upon where the lock mechanism is placed along the spine of the folder, one of your fingers could depress the lock causing it to close when gripping the knife tightly such as during a critical life or death situation under extreme stress. 2) Fit in Hand when Closed- Preferably with some impact surface available at the top and bottom. You may have to access the folder while under attack when accessing of the folder is possible but not deployment of the blade. The exposed portion of the folding knife (out the top and bottom of the hand when gripped) can provide an effective impact tool until the blade can be deployed. 3) Tip Up Carry- Look for a folder that allows tip UP carry when in the pocket.
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Lawrence P. Northrup, 53, of Manchester also had a a large folding knife, a small folding knife, a stun gun, metal knuckles and a container of pepper spray in his possession when police found him walking on Don Connor Boulevard, according to officials. He admitted he had just come from the school, police said. He is charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a prohibited weapon and possession of a weapon in a school. School security guards notified police about a man behaving suspiciously at the school around 2 p.m.
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CRKT’s Latest Everyday Carry Knives Are Anything But Everyday

COLUMBIA RIVER KNIFE & TOOL (CRKT) COLUMBIA RIVER KNIFE & TOOL (CRKT) 1 CRKT and Matthew Lerch have gone above and beyond the standard issue blade with their new Argus and Cobia pocket knives. Based off of a classic folder type design, the similarity ends there. The two come equipped with all the features youd want in a well-built knife. Both utilize the patented OutBurst assist that deploys the blades quickly when needed.
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Airports see increase in credit card knives at TSA checkpoints – The Orange County Register

Louis. TSA spokesman Nico Melendez said a credit card knife was just confiscated on Sunday from a JetBlue passenger at the Long Beach Airport. Weve seen quite of few people who accidentally come through with these credit card knives, he said. People think its something cool to stick in their wallet and then they forget about it until it sets off the alarm in the X-ray machine. Credit card knives, pocket knives and items on key chains are just a few examples of the thousands of prohibited items confiscated at airports each day across the country, he said.
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