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Old 01-26-2012, 06:30 PM   #11
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Lol I forgot I had your number
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Old 01-27-2012, 01:06 AM   #12
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Well, makes me glad I didn't buy that package then.....really only wanted the knife anyways. Haha

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Old 01-27-2012, 02:03 AM   #13
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U should have got it heck its 22 ammo all 22 ammo is dirty

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U should have got it heck its 22 ammo all 22 ammo is dirty
No not all...cci, winchester, and federal are pretty clean all things considered

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Well I'm still thinking about it, the knife would be good to keep in the range bag since I've had the odd time that the extractor doesn't grab the rim. Would also be nice to open things while at the range. Figure most people spend 30.00 and just get a knife, so this would be almost like getting a little bit for free.

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Well I'm still thinking about it, the knife would be good to keep in the range bag since I've had the odd time that the extractor doesn't grab the rim. Would also be nice to open things while at the range. Figure most people spend 30.00 and just get a knife, so this would be almost like getting a little bit for free.
That works i guess i dont have that issue since i have a kershaw tanto blur, buck 110 folder, and leatherman multitool on me at all times

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That works i guess i dont have that issue since i have a kershaw tanto blur, buck 110 folder, and leatherman multitool on me at all times

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See, that's where I fall short. I used to have a little 4" folding blade, going to assume it was a buck mark since it had a buck engraved on it. Also had a cheap combat knife I picked up at a local gas station, I'm pretty sure my cousin stole that at some point since its never left my room and I can't find it. That smaller knife, I haven't seen in a little while so assuming I've lost it. So as of righ now, I'm knifeless.
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My leatherman cost $32 and the buck cost $35 both at walmart. My kershaw was about $60 but it was a bday present

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I'm no to sure what the Walmart in this town sells when it comes to knifes, never really been into them. I think I might take a look on Monday since that's when my next shift is.

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Ya and you should get a discount on em to

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