Spyderco Delica4 Folding Knife From Kahr Firearms Group

UAE students carrying ‘cold weapons’ targeted | GulfNews.com

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.
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Prepping with folding knives – Pittsburgh prepper | Examiner.com

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One thing you want to be sure of is Pennsylvanias knife and concealment laws. Thing is, most people arent sure because the law is very vague. Your best bet if you plan to keep a knife on you is avoid a few key things. Knives are most easily split into two categories, fixed blade or folding.
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Current law only prosecutes those using cold weapons such as knives, swords, daggers and trauma-inflicting tools such as clubs and bats that may cause physical harm on other individuals, judicial experts said. However, in a bid to reduce the amount of injuries sustained during school brawls which normally see the use of these types of dangerous objects, we are planning on amending the law. It is now being looked at by the General Attorneys office, said Counsellor Mohammad Rashid Al Danhani, Head of Abu Dhabi Family Prosecution. Counsellor Ali Al Abbadi, said that laws are regularly checked and amended in order to keep up with the development of technologies and the context of the world around them. We have been seeing knives and similar tools being used among the youth, he said. Al Danhani added that this is on the rise.
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