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Howie Dunnet 


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Re: Dallas Tx exploration
< Reply # 40 on 3/3/2020 9:13 PM >
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Then stay away. Squatters have rights too.
You brandish a knife on someone you better know how to use it.
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Expect to get cut in a knife fight... maybe worse.


Unless you are the only one with a knife.




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< Reply # 41 on 3/3/2020 10:10 PM >
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Unless you are the only one with a knife.


That's no guarantee.
If the wet knife slips... or in close quarters nail yourself instead of your opponent.
Over the years in none violent applications my sharp knives have bite me more than once.
With the pedal to the metal... shit happens.
If you pull a knife don't be scared of your own blood... and remember it's slippery.




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< Reply # 42 on 3/4/2020 12:26 AM >
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That's no guarantee.
If the wet knife slips... or in close quarters nail yourself instead of your opponent.
Over the years in none violent applications my sharp knives have bite me more than once.
With the pedal to the metal... shit happens.
If you pull a knife don't be scared of your own blood... and remember it's slippery.


You do have a point. Back in my Martial Arts years in South Korea, I received a Balisong knife that cut me to the finger bone as I fumbled taking out of the box. I have owned more than my fair share of fighting knives, but never had I encountered a knife with a razor like edge straight out of the package.

In order to practice with it I had to put 100mph tape on the blades. I became really proficient with that knife, but I damn well respected it.

Remember kids, there's no safety on a blade.




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You do have a point. Back in my Martial Arts years in South Korea, I received a Balisong knife that cut me to the finger bone as I fumbled taking out of the box. I have owned more than my fair share of fighting knives, but never had I encountered a knife with a razor like edge straight out of the package.

In order to practice with it I had to put 100mph tape on the blades. I became really proficient with that knife, but I damn well respected it.

Remember kids, there's no safety on a blade.



Ouch. Never cut to the bone or tendon but it doesn't take much to do that with a sharp knife.
What's got me more than once with knives and scissors is getting sliced while cleaning them. It's pitifully easy to do.
The scissors have cut me worse than the knives.

What's really hilarious is sometimes I'll use my knife to eat with for lack of a fork... very carefully.





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< Reply # 44 on 3/4/2020 1:41 AM >
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I've always heard it said that a life or death knife fight doesn't decide who lives and who dies; it just decides who's declared dead at the scene and who dies in the ambulance.

The very idea of walking away from a knife fight unharmed is laughable, which is why I don't bother to carry one when exploring. It's nothing more than a needless escalation at best and the tool of my own death at worst.




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< Reply # 45 on 3/4/2020 3:19 AM >
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What's really hilarious is sometimes I'll use my knife to eat with for lack of a fork... very carefully.



Yep, ate with a bayonet in the field lots of times... carefully.




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< Reply # 46 on 3/4/2020 3:52 AM >
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A-5?








Looks like it, The venerable Auto 5








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Looks like it, The venerable Auto 5







That's foreplay Texas style




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