Steel Will Knives, a premium brand that produces knives with the highest standards of quality, is pleased to announce the Druid Neck Knives. These knives create a comfortable opportunity to carry while providing additional personal protection.
The compact Druid neck knife has a unique ergonomic design that was thought out to the smallest detail. The skeletonized handle with deep finger choils allows for an excellent lock-in and secure grip, making the knife feel one with the hand. The Druid Neck knife’s weight, size, and comfortable finger grooves also allows these knives to be handled with only two fingers.
Wide blades with high grinds makes this neck knife a very practical tool. The knife is an ideal EDC blade that is capable of delicate and precise work in the field. The knife is made of a single sheet of metal, which allows it to withstand heavy loads. Its 9Cr18MoV steel has high corrosion resistance, maintains its edge well and is easy to sharpen. In addition, the lack of handle scales makes it easy to sanitize and keep the knife clean.
The Druid Neck Knives stand out due to their construction and fresh design. There are 3 neck knives in the series, differing in blade type and overall length and each one comes with a durable and secure Kydex sheath. The Druid Neck Knives are meant to be worn around the neck with a special chain, which is included with the knife. These knives are so unobtrusive, you’ll forget they’re there, until it’s needed.
Maine lawmakers on Wednesday approved legalizing switchblades for people with one arm, moving close to becoming the first state to make such an exception to laws that ban use of the spring-action knives.
Backers of the measure say legalizing switchblades would eliminate a need for one-armed people to be forced to open folding knives with their teeth in emergencies.
The bill to allow amputees and other one-armed people to carry the quick-opening knives cleared Maine’s Senate on Wednesday after passing the House on Tuesday, Senate officials said.
Personally, I’ve never seen the issue with switchblades. I think it’s just another “Oh, no…those are scary!” issues.
Regardless, this move makes sense and I hope it gets other states to follow suit.
Ben Sobieck at Knife Showcase notes that sometimes the personalities are as interesting as the products at the SHOT Show:
Two interesting characters who ambled into the Gun Digest/Tactical Gear booth putting that dilemma to the test were Waysun Johnny Tsai of the Cuma Ram self-defense facility, and Mr. Snake Blocker of the Blocker Academy.
Both masters in the martial arts, they were armed with new signature tactical knives from TOPS.