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    Plastic Knives-busse Stealth Hawk

    Was checking a site on knives,made of other materials besides metal/non metallic knives and came up with this-Stealth Hawk fixed blade;Busse Stealth Hawk;Deep Cover knife and the Sterile neck knife.
    these knives are made of materials like MP45, G10, GB6-H.
    These are some pretty neat designs,some by Ernest Emerson.
    the site: http://www.iasa.com.au/folders/Robol...sticknives.htm

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    Some people will do anything for a buck. Would bet none of the purveyors of those things would ever think of being so politically incorrect as to inquire about the religious or polictial affiliations of their customers.
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    No need to drag religion into it, Deacon. And I know which one you're referring to.

    I'll say only this: Ku Klux Klan. Not exactly choir boys either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Deacon View Post
    Some people will do anything for a buck. Would bet none of the purveyors of those things would ever think of being so politically incorrect as to inquire about the religious or polictial affiliations of their customers.
    Sorry Deacon,i didn't mean to tread on a mine field here,or let anyone else too.
    I just thought it to be something different from the norm.
    I do not know what the makers of these knives stand for or their religious or what their political views are.
    I like knives,period,not so much people.
    Religion and politics i avoid completely.

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    I have raised my voice over that Blacky Collins crap once before.
    I read into that ad that it was meant to get by security.
    The only use for a plastic knife is to use it for things it should not be used for.
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    Link doesn't work.

    I have no idea what anyone is even talking about. Maybe that's a good thing.
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    FWIW I went poking... found another link that works for now...

    http://homepage.mac.com/zombiekiller...o/stealth.html
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    Hi Vampyrewolf,this is what i was reffering to,the link you found.
    I think i should let this one stop dead in its tracks.
    if this kind of thing is gonna open a snakepit, i'd rather let it stop now.
    My knifeknut side seem to have taken things a bit far.

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    if you recieved one of these as a "gift" you could chop it up and make nice scales for a real blade. lol.

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    I guess the materials these'knives' are made of,can be useful if broken down,to rather make handles for knives of steel.
    Would erradicate the fact,that these 'knives'can be used for wrong purposes.
    Dont get me wrong,i LOVe the feel and use of good,proper steel,for knifeblades.
    there is yet still, some other METAL, to show the same, exact properties high carbon steel can show,like ZDP etc.-good old high carbon steel.

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    will those pass a metal detector? They work off of density right?, so if the plastic is dense enough, it would set it off anyways. That's my experience w/ the airport metal detectors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snuffaluff View Post
    will those pass a metal detector? They work off of density right?, so if the plastic is dense enough, it would set it off anyways. That's my experience w/ the airport metal detectors.
    I certainly hope it doesn't pass.
    couldn't see the reason why someone would want to sneak on of these pass airport security,just sounds crazy to me.

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