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Best Folding Knives For Self-Defense

Using a knife for self-defense is difficult at best and deadly to the wielder in the worse case. Training is essential, and not your friendly TKO/Americanized karate instructor either. I firmly recommend if you decide to carry a knife for self-defense get training from someone who has experience using one. Personally, the recommendation for bladed defense will always be the …

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What Is The Best Swiss Army Knife For EDC?

  by Nicholas Oetken Swiss Army Knives are arguably one of the most underrated and overlooked knives there is. They are great for everyday carry (EDC), camping, and wilderness survival. One of the most important pieces of advice you can follow when putting together your everyday carry, or EDC is to not just get the right equipment but to get high-quality …

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Best Survival Knife of for Under $100

by Jesse Mathewson Best, this word always brings to mind the 80’s Ninjutsu and various karate/TKD/dance kick-boxing martial arts superstars. Best is at subjective and a useless measurement of anything. This said, I and many others, have done enough recorded testing to be able to give you a short list of good survival knives. In fact, I believe quite strongly …

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SOG Tactical Tomahawk Review

by Mike I’m always on the lookout for new and better gear.  We should all be doing that, and for most of the readers of MDCreekmore.com, I think that statement holds true. Today I’d like to talk about the SOG Tactical Tomahawk. I saw it for sale on Amazon and decided to snap it up for the following reasons: The cheap …

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What’s The Best Multi-Tool to Buy For EDC

When it comes to multi-tools there are dozens, hundreds of available choices. The best part is, they can all be very useful for a variety of reasons and in a variety of situations. However, for survival, prepping and or simply having, is there one that can work as the go-to, all around best approach? Rome had pocket multi-tools, however, modern …

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Kentucky Knife Laws – A Guide for Knife Carriers

Kentucky, which is known for its scenic hills and handcrafted bourbons, is also known for being one of the more friendlier knife owning states located in America. As a 19th-century pioneer who fought at the Alamo, Jim Bowie played an integral role in pushing for Texas independence. Bowie received a custom-made knife designed and constructed by a Kentucky native. The …

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Arizona Knife Laws – A Guide for Knife Carriers

America is a federalist country, giving states and local governments a great amount of autonomy to enact their own laws. This means we will often see different laws in different states, and that is certainly true for laws concerning knives. But if you are in Arizona, you have among the friendliest knife laws in America. The ownership and carrying of …

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Florida Knife Laws – A Guide for Knife Carriers

As one of the prime areas of the country for outdoor enthusiasts, Florida offers myriad recreational activities that require the use of a knife. From cutting through fishing lines to establishing a roped perimeter for a sand volleyball match, knives are a common part of everyday Floridian life. The Florida State Constitution has laid the legal groundwork for legalizing most …

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Georgia Knife Laws – A Guide for Knife Carriers

Nicknamed The Peach State, Georgia is certainly a peach when it comes to protecting the rights of residents and out-of-state visitors that own and carry knives. The Georgia Constitution establishes “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” Georgia’s Constitution also gives legislators the right to “prescribe the manner in which arms may be borne.” The power granted …

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Alabama Knife Laws – A Guide for Knife Carriers

With the Gulf of Mexico at the southern edge of the state and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains rolling near the Georgia and Tennessee borders, Alabama is a state rich with recreational opportunities. Hunting, fishing, cycling, and backpacking all require the use of a knife. However, Alabama knife laws take root in the state’s Constitution, which residents recently amended …