The other day i get a wild hair and decided to do some knife shopping on the Internet. I looked at the Cold Steel knives and many others. when it was all said and done i bought Cold Steel knives from here, much cheaper than Cold Steel themselves, and thought all was good in the world. Then i find out that about half of the knives i ordered are illegal in Texas. What a jip, but who cares. These aren't the first illegal items i have ever owned, right?
I picked up these little beauties which are fiberglass reinforced plastic. Supposedly they can pass thru a metal detector. I nice little boot knife to have on your person, provided you don't get caught. The manufacturer does put a hard to remove metal key chain on the handle. Notice i said hard to remove, not impossible. These are illegal in Texas. I can't figure out why.
I picked up an assortment of throwing knives as well. Throwing them is a lot harder than i thought it would be. If anyone has any tips on throwing knives, i would like some advice.
This little gem is my favorite. It is perfect for when words aren't enough. You simply grasp the T handle and let the blade protrude between your ring finger and bird finger. Punch like a boxer. You can definitely ruin someones day with this. Make sure you check your states laws before you buy a push dagger like this. You do not want to be caught with it.
I figure i have been concealing a handgun for so long, how hard can it be to conceal a push dagger. If i have to use it, just throw it away before the cops get there and swear up and down he started stabbing himself. This is Texas after all.