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Buck Knives History of Hoyt H Buck by James Huff

One of the most trusted names in pocket knives and hunting knives is Buck knives. Buck knives is the name of Quality in the world of knives. Buck knives where created by Hoyt H Buck. Hoyt Buck started making hunting knives as a apprentice in Kansas over 100 years ago. He later moved to Idaho and then started to make knives. After the bombing of Pear Harbor. When the military asked for help to arm the troops Hoyt Buck started to make knives for them to help in the fight, and got knives into the hands of as many troops as he could.

Later he and his son moved Buck knives to San Diego and started making knives on a much larger scale. This is where the Buck knives that we all know was made. It is called the Buck folding hunter and is one of the most copied knives in the world. Witch supports the claim that Buck knives is one of the greatest manufactures in the world and is why Buck knives are second to none.

Buck knives also made a survival knife called the Buckmaster. These knives where made for the military and also one of the knives that you know from the Rambo movies. Later Buck knives where also made for the navy seals. This knife is called the Knighthawk. This is another testament to the quality of Buck knives, one of the best makers of pocket knives, hunting knives, or survival knives world wide. If Buck knives are trusted by the U.S. military then I think that we all can trust them.

Later in 2005 Buck knives moved back to where it all started, back to Idaho where the first knives where made so help the war effort Buck knives has a history of being the best. From the first knives that Hoyt H Buck made to the Buck knives of today when we go hunting or fishing or on our camping trips, and all the knives that have served our young men and young ladies in the military. So if you want the best, buy Buck knives and you cant go wrong. They are just great knives.

Original Source: http://www.articlecity.com/articles/recreation_and_sports/article_3267.shtml


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Chris asked What is a good weapon I can keep in my car?

Strictly for self protection, and strictly for last resort. And something that isn’t considered a weapon. Like not a knife or a gun obviously.

But like a tool of some sort I could protect myself with.

And got the following answer:

A tactical flashlight. These flashlights have enormously bright lights that can be used just on suspicion to temporarily blind a troublemaker. Even an assailant’s gun is less than useful if they can’t see where you are.

EDIT – lots of interesting but mostly impractical answers. Besides the problem that any weapon – in the classic sense – is likely to be taken away and used against you, there is the problem of legal repercussions. If you use any damaging weapon (including pepper spray, in many states) against somebody who turns out to be unarmed you are looking at felony assault and battery charges. If you end up in an actual fight with a troublemaker you are already way past hope. (Been there, done that, barely survived.) If you didn’t get the worse end of the fight you would have some tough questions to answer under oath: “Why did you have that (rebar, torque wrench, nuclear missile…) at hand?” “So, it was your intention to use it as a weapon?” Remember, if your measures to keep out of a tight situation fail you are operating on a potential assailant’s ground and under his rules. Your goal is not to fight – he will win, I assure you – but to escape.

Nero asked What other characters/personality types would make this character group more complete?

I am working on a fantasy novel, and I am currently trying to make my main cast/travelling party better-rounded. I am going for sort of an RPG feel, where each of the characters takes both a tactical and a personality role. One of the main themes of my story, is that their relationship starts as that of convenience, but slowly evolves to a true friendship. Most of my characters don’t start out as particularly nice people.
Also which characters should die? I am not going to kill off my main 2 characters, and my third makes an appearance in a later separate novel that shares the same world.
PS: You don’t need to create entire characters for me. Just give me some details for sort of the skeletal makeup of the types of characters I need to add.
So far my characters include:
1)Raven
Class: Merchant/alchemist/thief
Role: The wise guy/comic-relief.
Skills: Knife fighting, alchemy (invisibility powder, flammable liquids, flash powder, etc), force manipulation (mostly for his alchemy creation, but he can also adjust the weights of objects including himself; making him faster), trap expertise (mostly disarming, not as much for combat).

Personality: When performing a con tends to act more passive, polite, and charming. Normally however, he tends to be more sarcastic and pessimistic. He also tends to be somewhat cowardly (or perhaps lazy) and will often duck for cover attempting to wait out fights. This usually backfires with enemies assuming he’s the weakest link only to quickly find out otherwise. While he acts hyperactive and egotistical; he is usually quite calm, perceptive, and prone to self-doubt.

2)(don’t have name yet)
Role: The token evil teammate… Also a bit tsundere.
Class: Newly resurrected Witch/demonologist
Skills: She fights using a long kris blade (which she can also use to perform mid combat rituals summoning different types of demons; one of which takes the form of a scythe). She can also cast spells for fire, slice objects with sound, as well as create obsidian like structures that float and attack. She also has a very slight knowledge of alchemy, and can play a violin (non-combat).

Personality: She is described by the main character as beautiful, sharp, jagged-edged, and fragile. She acts very cold and almost sociopathic. She enjoys fighting, and holds little regard for human life; and can even be seen with a bit of a slasher smile. Despite this, she can also be very childish, impulsive, and even hypocritical at times. She considers the main characters thieving antics, to be dishonorable; and often tends to insult him using insults that could apply to her just as well.

3) (don’t have name yet)
Role: The veteran.
Class: Ranger/Mage
Skills: His skills include guns (I know rangers usually use bows, but I think a guns are more fitting for this story), fencing, as well as a number of artificially given magical abilities. Though he knows a number of extremely powerful spells; due to not being a natural magic user, he cannot cast spells without physical harm.

Personality: He is sort of the manipulative bastard of the story (though my main character is no joke either). He is a former soldier who now works for an international organization that investigates the supernatural. He has a very dry and sarcastic sense of humor, which in combination with his cynical outlook on life, as well as how he naturally uses those around him (often putting them in danger as a result); he has very few friends. For most of the story he holds a dislike for the main character, mostly because he feels like the main character is a younger version of himself.

So yea, I need at least 2 more characters, but I am aiming for 4 (I like prime numbers heh). One thing I noticed is I don’t have a true wizard, a true healer, or a true warrior/tank. Not sure how to fit a healer into this story, as healers are generally the philosophical types, and well; s/he clearly would not get along with this cast.
I picture the witch as more tsundere than yandere.

As far as having 2 sarcastic characters goes, they are sarcastic in different ways. One is more teasing and blatently comical, while the other you kind of have to question if your supposed to laugh.

And got the following answer:

Well, i always have a special place in my heart for sarcasm, but two sarcastics is enough. Also something i learned with characters, pick one main personality and build off of that. Example: in my story, one character (Veronica) has a childish personality. While another character (Lock) has a more realistic serious personality, so they bicker alot when Veronica complains (she does it on purpose lol) but back to you now.

Mix the healer with the Wizard and add the Tank too. Don’t give characters the same main personality either: So the way I would put your group would be:

Main guy: ?
Raven: Trickster
(Witch): Yandere (B**** to all but main guy i guess or who ever she loves)
(Veteran): Serious
(Wizard): Kind (he’s a healer so it’s natural)
(Tank): Cocky (He is hard to kill so it gets to his head)

Also make the wizard/tank a girl because the testosterone would be too intense lol, it doesn’t matter but it could cause pretty funny scenarios with her and the witch if she gets too close to the main character.

Unbreakable asked What is the best pocket knife to use during a fight?

I dont like carrying my pistol around all the time and want to learn tactical knife fighting. I’d like to own a knife that I can carry in my pocket. What make and model would you recommend for fighting and carrying and why? Thanks!

And got the following answer:

cold steel is my #1, a lot of people like benchmade, but really just like a firearm the best one to carry is the one your proficient with.

mr.lefever asked What kind of knife is used in call of duty mw2?

I’m looking to buy a tactical knife like the one that you unlock online after 150 kills with a pistol. So I would like to know what type and if possible the brand. So any info on the tactical knife would be great.

And got the following answer:

Its hard to tell, most fighting knives have the same basic slimmed down Bowie profile.

The standard Marine fighting knife is the Ka-Bar marine. Navy Seals use an SOG Seal as standard, but some of them may still have the Mad Dog A.T.A.K.