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Knife for M.B., My mates little brother who just graduated high school!
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Christmas/Bday gifts to myself  

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So here we have, from left to right:
A maratac peanut Cu, spun copper wind-waterproof lighter
A spyderco bali-yo, a balisong styled blue ink pen
A cold steel kudu, chinese 4116 stainless steel
A ontario knives ratII, japanese aus8 steel
A volcan knives coronado, taiwanese aus8 steel
A ken onion leek by kershaw, 1660OL steel

All of these will enter rotation as edc for me except the ratII(gave it to my dad), and the kudu will be strictly an on-property carry as its length violates TN law.

EDIT: The volcan was too small for my hands, and since I found myself ready to send my Valentine's/Christmas package to
, I decided to send her that knife as well.  

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Published: 5 years ago
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5 years ago
Wish I knew more about local knife laws. Have a K-Bar and a Khukri but they pretty much just sit at home. Wish my concealed carry permit extended to knives too. Never could wrap my head around that one.
5 years ago
what state you live in?
5 years ago
Live in southwest Virginia.
5 years ago


"...any dirk, bowie knife, switchblade knife, ballistic knife, machete, razor, slingshot, spring stick, metal knucks, or blackjack; (iii) any flailing instrument consisting of two or more rigid parts connected in such a manner as to allow them to swing freely, which may be known as a nun chahka, nun chuck, nunchaku, shuriken, or fighting chain; (iv) any disc, of whatever configuration, having at least two points or pointed blades which is designed to be thrown or propelled and which may be known as a throwing star or oriental dart..."

The laws there are the same as in Tennessee, with the exception that you ARE allowed to carry Balisongs(butterfly knives).  You cannot carry anything with a dagger-style double edge(dirks), a bowie style knife, an automatic knife(button-fired.  SPRING ASSISTED knives are different, and are allowed), a knife that is ballistic(shoots its blade across the room), a machete, a razor blade, or etc.  

It should be stressed you can OWN these things, and exceptions to the law include going to and from the place of purchase and/or repair, and legal use for hunting and woodcraft(in the case of machetes), or so it seems.  I would suggest reading for yourself.  

The Ka-Bar is a bowie blade, so no carrying it.   Khukri's are generally machetes depending on their size.  I wouldn't play fast and loose with it.  On the bright side, you don't seem to have a length limit, like the 4" limit in Tennessee.  I would suggest paying a visit to bladehq.com and having a looksee if there's anything you like.  That's where I bought these.  
5 years ago
In Spain knives are made in my town, have you ever seen one as big as your leg?
Here it's possible XD
5 years ago
Yes, yes i have seen knives that big.  I despise the length limit in my state. I have a permit that allows me to carry any firearm i want concealed on my person and yet I cannot carry a knife longer than 4 inches.  It's foolishness.  

If you have the opportunity I'd love to see or hear about the wares around there.  Is it a mass-production type or craftsmen type operation, what kinds of knives to they tend to make, and etc.  
5 years ago
Well, if you want information just type in google:
Museo de la cuchilleria de Albacete
if you want i can go to a friend's shop and take some photos.
About craftsmen operations, we have some exhibitions along the year.
5 years ago
I'd love to see that if it's not an inconvenience to you!  and thank you!  
5 years ago
My gf likes knives, mostly ones with cool designs or colors
5 years ago
I like knives that are good at cutting things  :P
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