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April 19, 2022

Hawaii Knife Laws

Quick Legal Facts Statewide Preemption: None. Concealed Carry: Not an issue. Schools: Hawaiian law provides a zero tolerance policy for weapons on school grounds. Critical Dimensions: None Restricted Knives: “Switchblade” and “Butterfly” knives are forbidden. It is not unlawful to possess a dirk or dagger, but such knives may not be carried. It is a misdemeanor to carry a dirk or dagger or to have such a knife in one’s automobile. It is also a misdemeanor to simply possess a “switchblade” or “butterfly” knife. Relevant Statutes: 134-51. Deadly weapons; prohibitions; penalty 134-52. Switchblade knives; prohibitions; penalty 134-53. Butterfly knives; prohibitions; […]
October 21, 2019

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August 19, 2019

How To Clean Your RCT-1 Raven OTF Knife

You should occasionally clean your knife, just like you would do with a gun. You want your knife to work when you want it to, that is why it is necessary to clean it. Cleaning it will take around 5 minutes to do and is fairly simple. The video below will teach you how to properly take apart and clean out your knife.
August 19, 2019

Are Throwing Knives Good For Self-Defense?

A throwing knife is a knife that is specially designed and weighted so that it can be thrown effectively. They are a distinct category from ordinary knives. Throwing knives are used by many cultures around the world, and as such different tactics for throwing them have been developed, as have different shapes and forms of throwing knife. Throwing knives are also used in sport. Any knife can be thrown. I mean, as long as you can pick it up, you can probably toss it, right? Some knives work better than others, though. Something to consider, is that most throwing knives, […]
August 19, 2019

Knife Etiquette

What is the proper/safest technique for handing someone a knife? Handle pointed toward them? Handle pointed up? Lay it on a table, and then let them pick it up? Many people ask these questions, if you do not handle a knife properly you can hurt yourself or others. Passing the Knife Holding The HandleWhile holding the handle with your fingers, cradle the spine of the blade in the web of your hand between the thumb and index finger. This allows the other person to safely grasp the handle. If the blade slides across the giver’s hand, the skin will come […]
August 19, 2019

What Is An EDC? How Do I Do It?

EDC is the abbreviation of “Everyday Day”. Everybody does some sort of EDC, I can’t leave the house without your phone and wallet in your pocket, can you? Well just something as simple as a phone and wallet are considered an EDC. They’re the things you check your pockets for before you head out the door, the things you feel naked without, and the things that would throw off your whole day if you had to do without them. Your everyday carry is comprised of items that you find truly essential. What should I have in my EDC? Phone: Cellphones are […]
August 19, 2019

20 Logical & Illogical Uses For A Knife

What can your knife be used for? A question many knife owners have is, “What can my knife be used for?’ We all know we don’t just use our knives for doing work, we like to cut random things. Here is a list of 20 logical and illogical uses of a knife. Slice up some fruits with your knife…. While they are in the air (Fruit Ninja Style) Use your glass breaker on a window to let some anger out, or to break a car window with a dog locked in it on a hot day. Throw it at trees […]
August 19, 2019

Can You Take A Knife On A Plane? TSA Rules

Here are a few tips for understanding TSA Knife rules and traveling with knives on airplanes. In 2013, the Transportation Security Administration announced it would allow certain knives in carry-on bags. However, that was repealed in June of 2013. Now no knives or blades of any sort are permitted in carry-on bags. If you are going to be traveling via airplane with knives they must be put into checked bags. Checked bags are subject to inspection so do not pack any knives that you would not want stolen or lost, this happens way too much at airports, not only with […]
July 1, 2019

Independence Day – 10 Fun Facts

Congress made Independence Day an official unpaid holiday for federal employees in 1870. In 1938, Congress changed Independence Day to a paid federal holiday. The Declaration of Independence was signed by 56 men from 13 colonies. Only John Hancock actually signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. All the others signed later. he only two signers of the Declaration of Independence who later served as President of the United States were John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. One out of eight signers of the Declaration of Independence were educated at Harvard (7 total). The stars on the original American […]
July 23, 2018

History of the Kukri

The Kukri, or more traditionally named, Khukuri is the national weapon and utility knife of the Nepalese people. It holds symbols of national pride, valor in battle, and personal bravery; although it is all of these things and more. With its wickedly curved edge, the khukuri is known as one of the most the most renowned fighting knives in the world.  However, the khukuri was also commonly employed as multi-use utility tool, rather like a machete. In this familiar role, it is used for the peaceful, daily tasks of chopping firewood, cutting meat and vegetables, skinning game, and opening cans […]
July 10, 2018

All About Samurai Steel…

What is Samurai Steel? It has been said that the samurai’s sword was his soul. Perhaps this deep attachment had something to do with the perfect melding of form and function found in the katana, as the famous curved sword is known in Japan. Invented a millennium ago, the katana remains a marvel of aesthetic beauty and skillful engineering. While most bladed weapons over the centuries were designed to either pierce or slash, the katana’s two different types of steel gave it optimum qualities for both, making it a highly versatile weapon in battle. Let’s look at the steps taken […]
July 10, 2018

All About D2 Steel

D2 Steel History:     D2 steel’s popularity began during the “Rosey the Riveter” days of World War II. Back then, D2 steel was used to make dies for production lines. A die is pressed down to cut and create shapes out of softer steel. To sum it all up, D2 steel was created to “punch” out large military vehicle/ airplane parts, that would then be hand assembled on an assembly line. D2 steel was not just designed to easily cut through other steels, it was designed to cut through other steels repeatedly, in a factory setting without major wear […]


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