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#25 - psykobear
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#26 to #25 - LocoJoe
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(05/08/2013) [-]
What is dressing field game? What is self defense?
#52 to #26 - motherfuckingkenji
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(05/08/2013) [-]
Well dressing field game is finding a deer or something and putting a shirt on it. Obviously the most difficult part of this is finding enough albino pineapples to juggle whilst doing so, so you can probably figure out how a sharper knife can help achieve this. You need about 3.14 of these to make this procedure work.
Self defence is when you need to either keep people in or out of an area but you have no one to help you do this, so you have to set up da fence by yourself. Sometimes this leads to stray welshmen, but of course you can use your extra-sharp knife to cut up some bananas to lure them back to their natural habitat.
I hope this helps.
Source: I just injected 5 whole marijuanas.

Holy **** I'm tired.
#27 to #26 - psykobear
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#28 to #27 - LocoJoe
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(05/08/2013) [-]
Well in close defense situations it's pretty much a pain in the ass to try and pull out your gun so a knife would be best. You might not be able to get a stab in (which is the preferred way to put down an enemy) so a slash must be used and the serrations and sharpness help tear apart flesh. Kinda hard to mug someone when your forearm has been slices open. This knife isn't really for field dressing(hell the warranty says it's not even for utility like box cutting) but a sharper knife would be better for dressing game. A sharp knife is a more efficient knife and much more safe.

And does it really matter what someone uses for defense? If they wanna use a pillow then let them.
#29 to #28 - psykobear
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#31 to #29 - LocoJoe
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(05/08/2013) [-]
Brute force like fist fights? Well not everyone is a MMA fighter. The knife really isn't practical. It's specifically designed for knife fighting and the warranty doesn't cover it being used for practical things. It's tacticool crap that costs a lot and I prefer a regular knives.
#32 to #31 - psykobear
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#56 to #32 - shikurukato
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(05/08/2013) [-]
Its literally a disposable defense knife, though.
No serrated blade like that is meant for longterm use, as it its shape and the small serrations make it far more than a bit of a pain in the ass to sharpen, and even though it will certainly do more tissue damage than a straight single-edge will do per slash, a single straight-edge knife will last 50 times longer to keep doing its damage.
#105 to #56 - psykobear ONLINE
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(05/08/2013) [-]
Disposable for $160 +? (someone in the comments priced it)
I don't see why I got so many red thumbs. We were just having a conversation. There was no argument.
#150 to #105 - shikurukato
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(05/10/2013) [-]
That was the point, for 160 bucks you get a serrated disposable defense knife, because the damn thing isnt going to last much longer than a few fights, whereas a straight-edge blade would last so very much longer for a hundred bucks more.
#151 to #150 - psykobear ONLINE
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(05/10/2013) [-]
But we are on different levels. I'm saying that $160 is way too much to ever pay for a knife, even a good quality one.
#152 to #151 - shikurukato
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(05/11/2013) [-]
Then I submit to you that you have no business with a knife of quality, at all, anyway.

Even in everyday life, there is always a time a good knife would come in handy, be it for you or for someone around you. I work in retail, so that is especially true for me.
#153 to #152 - psykobear ONLINE
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(05/11/2013) [-]
I use a pocket knife. I work in a deli, and in the cooler, you don't always have a box cutter on you. This one we are talking about isn't necessary. I have a simple pocket knife, carbon steel, three blades, $20.
I'm not saying a knife isn't necessary, I'm saying this knife is not necessary, or anyone coming close to that price.
#154 to #153 - shikurukato
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(05/14/2013) [-]
Again, if it doesnt seem like theres a need for it to you, then you probably don't have need for it.

That said, the same is not true for everyone. I'm pretty sure a 101st Airborne Ranger would be a little unhappy without at least one of his knives on him when deployed. I don't mean to imply it is at that level that such a knife would be necessary and nothing below, but you see my point, I hope.