Welcome Home

Comment by Ron"TUNA"Dumeah 7 minutes agoDelete Comment

Pretty cool little knife....

I was fortunate enough to catch this at the last second on E bay. I bought it for four bucks so I did not think it was going to hurt to look at it.

 

at first glance I did not think it was anything to post about. 

The knife contorts really easily. Snaps into place and forms a pretty stable tool.

I made some cuts with it though some paper and envelopes. Tried some rope and other stuff. The knife is super sharp. It is a razor edge. 

Thought it was going to be all warped and not fix nicely back into a card shape.

 No issues! The card is no bigger then a credit card!

Fit in my wallet with the cards that should be cut up!

if you want a back up, to the back up knife this is it! Really worth looking at. 

Views: 793

Replies to This Discussion

There you go Ron!  Thanks for showing that to us.  I wondered how it would work

I'm confused. Which doesn't take much these days.

LOL, Ceaig.  Ron posted but there was a problem so I reposted it.  We will clean it up todayig

That's pretty neat, but it looks like I'd cut myself trying to get it open.

I purchased three if these several months ago, one for my real wife, one for my work wife, and one for me.  The strange part is; I had to go to court on a civil case and after testimony got back to my car and discovered I have this little guy still in my shirt pocket.  The detector caught my belt buckle, but missed the knife.

Don't expect this to be your primary knife in a survival situation, but if it's all you have, you can do more with it than an eXacto  blade.

Detected the belt buckle but not the knife?? Maybe you have a little extra "insulation" back there.  LOL  I've heard this will slip through a lot of detectors but never actually met anyone who did it. Maybe the sensitivity of the machine was set a little to low looking for more substantial things like guns or bigger knives.
 
James Cole said:

I purchased three if these several months ago, one for my real wife, one for my work wife, and one for me.  The strange part is; I had to go to court on a civil case and after testimony got back to my car and discovered I have this little guy still in my shirt pocket.  The detector caught my belt buckle, but missed the knife.

Don't expect this to be your primary knife in a survival situation, but if it's all you have, you can do more with it than an eXacto  blade.

You may be right, the detector was probably dialed down.  Do not take this to mean that these knives will avoid the detector.

These will definitely get detected on the serious detectors.I tell everyone that buys one to make sure you don't take it to the airport. Great little things for packages.

My son works security at a nuclear power plant.  They rotate through different post

all day and one of them is the entrance.  He says that their metal detectors pick these

knives up all of the time, when someone has one in their wallet the blade stands out

and can be seen real easy.  He carries one and and has run it through at times just to

see.

RSS

White River Knives

Reed Cutlery Company

Visit Lee' s Cutlery

gear2survive !

KNIFE AUCTIONS

Boy's Knife is HERE

KNIFE MAGAZINE!!!

POPS KNIFE SUPPLY

JSR Sports!

Click to visit

© 2019   Created by Jan Carter.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service