GUN picked up this knife this weekend

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  1. Dubtastic

    Dubtastic { OG }

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    MMMMMM, very nice.

    I have a S&W Swat First Millenium Run, i just love that thing!
     
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    i know the handle on that is going to be good, but from all the S&W swat knives i opened, they don't know where the hell to put the stud for easy opening.
     
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    GlocksRock Glock > You

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    What type of blade steel is that? My friend used to have a S&W knife, and it was a huge piece of shit, it wouldn't stay sharp for anything. It looks nice though.
     
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    i got used to my swat REALLY easily. Its second nature to flip it out and open it, as well as close it.
     
  6. Dubtastic

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    i think its in a good spot, actually, and has opened easily so far. no more difficult than my other knives.

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    :)
     
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    Dubtastic: how much did you pay for that knife. Reason I ask is because I have the same exact knife and got a smokin deal on it. Also where did you purchase the knife from?
     
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    GlocksRock Glock > You

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    That old Delica is the best of those three knives.
     
  9. Dubtastic

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    i think i paid about $25 - 30 for it. it was the last one the guy had and i got it from a law enforcement shop.
     
  10. Jago

    Jago It helps if you hit it.

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    i've hated every smith and wesson i've ever owned.
     
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    what ones do you have?
    ill buy them from you
     
  12. Jago

    Jago It helps if you hit it.

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    don't have them anymore. most of them fell apart on me. i gave them all away.
     
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    Microtech>anything else
     
  14. kIwin

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    There are a lot better knives from emerson, benchmade, and a bunch others I can't think of off of my head.

    If you keep it sharp with nice blocks, and a strop, you'll be set :)
     
  15. jrmy

    jrmy Guest

    always wanted a s&w but in mags they are as expensive as hell
     

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