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We have a diverse selection of knives that can be divided into the following categories: fixed blade, folding, throwing, and disguised. Fixed blade knives are the most durable designed for heavy duty use in hunting or camping applications. Folding knives are a good option for general utility and concealment within a pocket or hand bag. Throwing knives optimally designed for use as projectiles hurled from the hand during combat. Disguised knives are designed to resemble ordinary objects like a hair brush ,comb or pen and their primary purpose is for securing the element of surprise during self-defense scenarios.

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Fixed Blade Knives:

Fixed blade knives are very durable and designed for heavy duty applications in camping, hunting and survival that involve digging, crafting wood/bone or butchering animal carcasses. They can also be used for self-defense against an animal or human. Heavy duty knives have blades that are at least 5 inches long. Wearing hunting/camping knife for self-defense in an urban or suburban environment is problematic because their size makes them very conspicuous an illegal in many places. There are small sized fixed blade knives with blades 2 ½ or less that can be worn from a lanyard around neck or stored in a sheath clipped to the hip that are more suitable for urban carry.

Folding Knives:

Folding knives are designed for utility and ease of carry and concealment. They can be worn on the hip with a belt clip or concealed in a pocket or hand bag. For self-defense it is important that a folding knife can be opened easily and quickly to thwart an attack. Therefore, some knives are designed to open automatically with the press of a button. These are called automatic knives. Other knives contain a spring that assists in pushing the blade to the open position after pressure is applied to knob on the blade with the thumb. These are called spring assisted knives. Knives that don’t have automatic or spring assist opening mechanisms and are able to be opened with a quick sweeping motion that generates a centripetal force that propels the blade to the open position are called gravity knives. The hinges and springs in folding knives are subject to mechanical wear and tear over time with makes generally less durable than fixed blade knives. However, they are typically more versatile.

Disguised Knives:

Designed to mimic the appearance of common objects such as a brush, comb or pen, disguised knives are perfect for seizing the element of surprise during a violent confrontation. Some have blades made from an extremely hard and sharp polymer material instead of metal so they may not be legally considered a knife but they will cut almost as effectively. In addition to being an effective self-defense weapons, they are also functional in their disguised capacity. So a brush knife really can brush hair and a pen knife really can write!

Can you think of situation in which you would like to have a self-defense weapon without anyone knowing?

Throwing Knives:

The primary purpose of throwing knives is self-defense or offense. They are designed to be hurled through the air at a distant target. In a combat scenario they enable the neutralization of threats at a distance and preempt high risk close combat. Becoming proficient at throwing knives will require many months of dedicated practice.

This overview should help you choose the right knife for a particular purpose. Be mindful of your State and local laws regarding knife possession. They can be very complex.