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When you don’t want to carry a full size 1911, a slimmer pocketable SIG P938 is a good way to go. See all of Justin’s gear at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. That looks like the most useless blade geometry ever. My two biggest knife pet peeves: Concave blades (PITA to sharpen) and tanto points.

    • Came here to say the same thing – good thing it’s a cheap knife, just toss it and get a fresh one when it gets dull.

      • Knives like that are why those electric sharpeners were invented.

        Once a year or so I drop in to my sister’s place where her husband has one of those electric-diamond do-dads. I bring a bag full of blades from kitchen knives to cheap-ass pocket knives and go to town for an hour…

  2. fine pistol.
    with that knife you could smash a burning or sinking car window, slice the occupant out of their seat belt, drag them to safety and severely tanto them into submission.

  3. I was going to bitch about that knife too. I had a curved blade knife once, the only good thing about it was cutting string on hay bails , you could skin a catfish with it, but not a rabbit.I see they put a blade in the handle to slice your hand open when you grip to hard skinning a slimy catfish

  4. Sig 938
    An excellent choice for concealed carry!
    Small enough to pocket carry.
    Excellent trigger, single action only

    7 round mags with finger extension, 6 round flush fit mags
    I use a Sig P290 mag in mine and now I have 8 round mags that work perfectly
    Even if they extend out another half inch

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