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If it springs open into a hard object does it stop?

i had an old "switchblade" that did that.. wouldn't even prick thru the skin on your finger.
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If it springs open into a hard object does it stop?

i had an old "switchblade" that did that.. wouldn't even prick thru the skin on your finger.
I believe it does, but I'm not going to find out... it accelerates the wear on the pawl when you do that. I know the Microtechs do that. I looked at some Microtechs, and they're sweet-ass, but didn't like the action on them as much as the Benchmade.

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If it springs open into a hard object does it stop?

i had an old "switchblade" that did that.. wouldn't even prick thru the skin on your finger.
It would have to be one hell of a spring, Id think, for the blade to keep going and puncture anything.
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It would have to be one hell of a spring, Id think, for the blade to keep going and puncture anything.
Old ones did.

I think thats why they banned them and make them like this now?
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Old ones did.

I think thats why they banned them and make them like this now?
Ive had a shitload of switchblades and I dont get the feeling any of them would have punctured much less than a balloon.

But switchblades arent banned, you can buy and own them. Just you better have a damned good reason to be carrying it.
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Automatic knives are illegal to sell in Texas.

Take a look at the CHL rules and regs.

On the other hand, the Boker Kalashnikov is pretty nice.
Solid German construction with AUS 8 stainless steel for 35$.

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Automatic knives are illegal to sell in Texas.

Take a look at the CHL rules and regs.

On the other hand, the Boker Kalashnikov is pretty nice.
Solid German construction with AUS 8 stainless steel for 35$.
I don't have a CHL

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Automatic knives are illegal to sell in Texas.

Take a look at the CHL rules and regs.

On the other hand, the Boker Kalashnikov is pretty nice.
Solid German construction with AUS 8 stainless steel for 35$.
It also says it's defense of prosecution if an antique or curio or as collectors pieces.
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Here is a good page that compiles some of the laws regarding auto knives.

http://www.gunsforsale.com/switchblade.htm

Don't get me wrong, I think auto knives are great.

They are quite handy when you have need of a knife and both hands aren't free.

Not sure how they are more of a danger than a regular folder or even a fixed blade, other than operator error. All of them will show up in a metal detector.

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I don't carry a double edged, OTF pig sticker!

I used to carry a mini-reflex... never had a problem, but it WAS illegal to do so. It's such a crock though... my assisted open Kershaw is just as fast to open

I've pretty much stopped carying an auto since I started rolling w/ a pistol in the truck.

Love 'em though! There's something so satisfying about pushing a button and having sharp steel be exposed
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Here's an all titanium frame(less hardware) folder by Martin Knives outta Caddo. The blade is S30V steel. He made it for my friend while he waited.

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