Maine legalizing switchblades for one-armed people 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 […]
Two New TOPS Tacticals 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 […]
Happy New Year, everyone! Tempted to try this tonight with a big oldschool bayonet. If I do, we’ll get video. And if it works, I’ll post it. On Gizmodo via a reader.
Found on the internet, no details: Commenters ID the pistol/hilt as a Japanese Nambu 8mm from WW2. Not sure if this thing had the trigger group and was a workable pistol at some point, or what.
…doesn’t mean you SHOULD. Hilarious. Via Uncle.
Sharp: Handle made of rugged slip resistant Forprene material with glow in the dark inserts Auto blade lock button in handle Lanyard hole Glass breaker 440C 3 ½” Sheepfoot combo blade with Remington etch 5 ½” Closed Ships with Heavy Duty Cordura Sheath with front Velcro closure and M.O.L.L.E. system in back MSRP: $119 Murdoc’s […]
LaserLyte® introduces the “Mini Survival Knife” pistol bayonet that features an exaggerated top serrated two-tone blade. This is the third generation in the extremely popular line of LaserLyte/Ka-BAR® brand pistol bayonets. The LaserLyte “Mini Survival Knife” is ready for any situation – or just looking cool on your favorite gun. This razor-sharp, 2.75 inch Ka-Bar […]
This rescue tool features a belt/cord cutter, serrated cutting edge, glass breaker, pry tip, bottle opener, and wire stripper. Murdoc’s been carrying one for a week and it’s come in handy a few times. Done some cutting, though not in a rescue situation. (Though the opener has rescued a fair number of beers from being […]