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Switchblades/Autos blades

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam Strain Apr 11, 2013. 8 Replies

I was wondering how many of you guys carry switchblades/auto openers? YES I am fully aware of how complex the laws are regarding them and how different states have different laws. I am going to be…Continue

Cross Country Road Trip

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Mar 4, 2013. 21 Replies

I was accepted into Auburn University as a transfer student and am super excited to be leaving California. Right now I am fulltime college student at a local community college and work part time at a…Continue

 

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Liam Strain replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Switchblades/Autos blades
"I can dig it. I'm usually happier with a one hand flipper or thumbstud (either assisted or manual). More control, and better lockup. "
Apr 11, 2013
Liam Strain replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Switchblades/Autos blades
"Check out Pro-tech - they make some of the best autos now (I really like the Godfather series). "
Apr 11, 2013
Liam Strain replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Switchblades/Autos blades
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Apr 11, 2013
Nathanael replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Switchblades/Autos blades
"I've had a switchblade in the past, currently have a Kershaw assisted opening knife (thumb stud and lever on the back), and I don't think there's much difference between them.  Both open very quickly and both require some…"
Apr 11, 2013
Barrett Joseph Kearns II replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Switchblades/Autos blades
"I am thinking something along the lines of a Benchmade.  Something modern and pocketable for myself"
Apr 11, 2013
Liam Strain replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Switchblades/Autos blades
"Don't forget federal laws. :/ I have one Kershaw assisted, and one vintage italian auto (a Frank Beltrame 11" stiletto) kept in my lockbox.  Lots of fun, and some great knives overall.  "
Apr 11, 2013
Barrett Joseph Kearns II posted a discussion

Switchblades/Autos blades

I was wondering how many of you guys carry switchblades/auto openers? YES I am fully aware of how complex the laws are regarding them and how different states have different laws. I am going to be moving to Alabama and autos are legal to own and carry. Currently I have two Kershaw assisted openers See More
Apr 11, 2013
David F. replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"If you are living on campus you need to rethink packing your guns.  Make sure you have trigger locks if you will have housemates. Look up Carlsbad Caverns.  They are worth the day if you are in to natural wonders.  You might…"
Mar 4, 2013
Barrett Joseph Kearns II replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"heres my ever growing to do list the ones listed HAVE need to be installed parking brake adjustmentrear brake disks and pads HAVEflex disk HAVEshifter bushingsM3 motor mounts HAVEE21 tranny mounts HAVErear drivers wheel bearing HAVEcamber…"
Mar 3, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"Totally forgot, WWII DDay Musuem. Unfreaking real. We spent 3 hours there, I easily needed 3 more."
Feb 28, 2013
Ross Miller replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"I'll add to the NOLA train here (I've spent some serious time there over the last few years). 1) The Food in the french quarter is normally junk for reasonally priced stuff. There are however, amazing 4+ star restaurants there. If you want…"
Feb 28, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"Allllrighty then. Austin, yes, 6th street. Touristy yes, but do it. The town is different from just about any other Texas city. Some great, great BBQ joints there as well San Antonio. Alamo is a must, across the street in one direction is the Menger…"
Feb 28, 2013
Barrett Joseph Kearns II replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"I am indeed 21  thank you all for the suggestions "
Feb 28, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"When are you coming?  I'm from Houston.  Its a great place to raise a family ... but it ain't much of a vacation spot.  There's just not a ton for a tourist to do here.  Houston is built more for working…"
Feb 27, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"Yeah ... that's going to be a long day.  There's nothing but nothing between Austin and Midland.   Keep an eye on the speedometer during that stretch.  Its easier than you'd think to be driving 90-100mph and not know…"
Feb 27, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Barrett Joseph Kearns II's discussion Cross Country Road Trip
"Are you 21? That would influence what I tell you as far as Austin/Houston/New Orleans"
Feb 27, 2013

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