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    Push Daggers?

    Thinking about get one or five. Looking for one that would go on a shoulder strap. hanging upside down. One that comes with a sheath? Any one got one? Hate them? Any advice? Anything at all?



    Thanks in advance

    Josh

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    I just think they're kinda silly, but I'm open to having my mind changed on that.
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    I think of them as a novelty/Tacticool mall ninja shit. A knife purely made for 'self defense' is for the guy who:
    1. must not have situational awareness
    2. thinks its a good idea to get into conflict
    3. Likes to waste money

    Simply looking around and learning to read body language will keep you more safe than a peice of steel. That and you'll have that much more money in your pocket. I'm not saying knifes are stupid, or pointless...just push daggers.

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    My uncle gouged a home-invader with an elaborately designed medieval thing, that worked similar to a push blade. It got the job done I suppose.

    It was one of those "I grabbed the first thing laying around" kind of deals. He just happened to have a collection on the wall.
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    I'm pretty sure these have been around for a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ltdan541 View Post
    Thinking about get one or five. Looking for one that would go on a shoulder strap. hanging upside down. One that comes with a sheath? Any one got one? Hate them? Any advice? Anything at all?



    Thanks in advance

    Josh
    My oldest daughter trains with them as well as other blades. She likes them and her theory is ''better than caught empty handed''. Slash, cut then buried in the neck. I believe she favors the waist belt horizontal sheath.
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    Friend gave me a spring-assisted knife. They are basically legal switch blades. The first day I carried it, I ended up using it an insane amount of times throughout the day (for utility reasons, it wasn't a zombie apocalypse). It's to the point now, if I don't have one handy it is a big pain in the ass.

    IMO, I'd really recommend getting a blade that can double as a utility knife/self defense. Those ones you posted look cool though, but I doubt they'd be very good at anything other than defense
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    +1 on that. I always have a decent blade on me. I can't imagine going without one, they're just so damn useful.

    Defense wise, it beats nothing, I guess. A 2 3/4" blade isn't all that intimidating lol. I'd rather run.
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    God Bless our troops, especially our Snipers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cknarf View Post
    +1 on that. I always have a decent blade on me. I can't imagine going without one, they're just so damn useful.

    Defense wise, it beats nothing, I guess. A 2 3/4" blade isn't all that intimidating lol. I'd rather run.
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    I generally won't use a SD blade for any utility type uses. I try to keep utility and SD blades completely separate. It really depends on your preferences though. Never worked with a push dagger though
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    I spoke with my daughter last evening about her thoughts on this thread. Her view is that it is an absolute last resort self defense tool. She is not talking ''Jason Bourne roll up the magazine BS'' last resort, but where you are backed into a bathroom and no way out, period.
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    I like push daggers - they serve a good purpose - but you'd need to be up close and personal to use them. Here are three that I own by Mickey Yurco, Roger "Mudbone" Jones, and Mike Irie:




    The Mudbone Jones Dagger is made from a Horse Rasp.
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    Have a well used CRKT M16 thats cut open boxes and dressed a deer. Tips broken and its on its last leg. Still would go with a folder over a dagger for utility sake; most wont bat an eye at it. Strangely enough less care about knives if they have an orange safety handle.
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