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  1. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Hi, I am a medic in Army National Guard. I am looking for a good combat/utility knife with a blade about 5-6 inches. My budget is 100 dollars. All input would be appreciated. I would also prefer a knife that is made in the America. The requirements are 5-6 inch tanto or drop point fixed blade...
  2. Knives, Swords & Axes
    My friend has a ka-bar and i just got my first one about a month ago and he batons wood with it all the time. but i dont know if it is safe to baton wood with a ka-bar since it is a combat knife. So... is it safe to baton wood with a ka-bar? thanks guys.
  3. Knives, Swords & Axes
    A friend of mine is an Army reservist who may be getting deployed in the near future to Afganistan. I want to get him a good combat knife for Christmas. After some prodding, I found out he'd like a knife with a 7"-10" blade. I know for a fact that he is hard on his knives...I saw him break a...
  4. Knives, Swords & Axes
    The motto of Ralph Thorn's school of combat knife throwing is Any knife, any angle, any position; no games, no gimmicks, no limits. In this groundbreaking video production from Paladin Press, he proves it, teaching you a truly combative style of weapons throwing that isn't based on figuring out...
  5. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Hey guys, I know a bunch of people always ask "What's the best survival knife", so I am here to ask something different! :D: What, in all of your opinions, are some of the best knives to be used only for combat? Preferably fixed blade. Just looking to hear some opinions, thanks guys!
  6. Knives, Swords & Axes
    You are actually choosing a unit standard combat / survival knife. It must meet many criteria. Utillity, strength, ease of sharpening, actual competent combat uses. Read into that, self defence, offensive uses, etc. It also must be able too be used as a camp tool. Stainless is nice, but hard too...
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