GUN knife help

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  1. dhacmbs

    dhacmbs OT Supporter

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    i just found this knife laying around the house today. what do you uys think? is their anything i should do to it? sorry dont know much about this kind of stuff.
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    also on the serated side of the knife some of the blade are lke knocked down and on the tip of the knife its like that.
     
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    7 First comes smiles, then lies. Last is gunfire.

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    clean the blade up :dunno: S&W knives are decent, nothing amazing though.
     
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    so what about how its kinda bent at the end o and if anyone has a knife for sale pm me
     
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    trying to straighten it will probably snap the tip off so you may just want to pitch it, or clean it up and keep it in a tackle box for a utility knife. S&W knives are ok, they just don't cost $200 bucks so they aren't "cool" to carry.
     
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    My friend used to have that same knife, it was a pos, it couldn't hold an edge but he didn't pay much for it. Not bad if it's free though.
     
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    Yeah it has nothing to do with the fact that they use shitty steel, shitty scales, and are of poor build quality :hsugh:
     
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    Had one for awhile. it worked when I needed it to, it held an edge unless I abused it. and since I am no professional knife fighter that uses a "tactical" knife to kill anyone (much like everyone else here), I found that it did a good job as a daily utility knife. Course if I was in situations like a war or back on the SWAT team I would go for the expensive, higher quality blades, but since I'm not at war and retired from the force, I wouldn't mind carrying one of the S&Ws.
     
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    I carry a kershaw whirlwind, I bought it over three years ago and love it. Next time I get a knife I'll probably go for better scales, my brother has a kershaw avalanche and the G-10 is nice :hs:
     
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    I picked up a Kershaw Vapor II from WalMart as a quick replacement for my duty knife I lost one night thinking I would replace it with a better one later. Damn thing is still what I carry. :)
     
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    I bought a knife with that exact blade but a wood inlayed handle for 8$ at Wal-Mart for my tackle box. Don't bother fixing it. Buy a new one
     

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