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    Superknives On Sale At Store

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    http://store.airgun.com/acb/showdetl...ID=321&CATID=7

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    interesting...

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    the old choco donut eh? always gets'em, always.....
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    Is that a normal blade? It looks almost like a razor blade tucked into a frame.

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    its one of those exacto knife things that you can fold down...or so it seems....

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    Originally posted by Thordic
    Is that a normal blade? It looks almost like a razor blade tucked into a frame.
    I think it is. You can put a new one in there when it gets dull. Sort of like a carpet knife. Seems like a good idea to me. I have a carpet knife as part of my took kit so it would be cool to have basicly the same thing with the AGD logo on it.
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    Looks cool. I'd get one if I still had a job. Guess I'll have to wait till summer. (I love blades and knives..would like to collect them...but my parents wouldn't really approve of it)

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    Looks like a good macroline mutilator.. I need to get one
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    Looks like someone has been hitting the HSN and having fun with the engraver.

    Good idea though. Nice, small, useful tool.

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    Since Tom Kaye's girlfriend owns a laser engraving business, I am not surprised to see these.
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    NICE just ordered me one! cant wait till i get it. I have been looking for something like this, a small,versatile razor blade. i can now stop carrying my swiss army knife as self defense! just joking...... I do carry a knife for self defence down here tho.....

    ASl for that, thats great, somthing i can carry around on the field if i need it, it looks small, slim and versatile. Cant wait to get mine


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    one word: GREEN!

    Why no green?

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    hmm the anno looks good on these

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    We found these through a friend of ours and thought they were really cool. They take a standard box cutter blade and are mounted really well so you can use the hell out of them. The back of the blade holder is wide and flat so you can push down on it unlike a regular blade.

    I think this is just a really neat, well engineered product that you rarely see these days.

    Logo no extra charge!!

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    Whats next? An AGD katana? with the AGD logo engraved into the blade?

    If so.... I want the first one off the line!

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    They look cool, but do they come packaged in a fancy box?
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    Don't be taking those things on any planes now...

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    Think he should throw them in w/the extremes....
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    Great thats just what i need to spare the edge on my benchmade knife, i linerlock box knife!

    Anyone know if the handle is rivited to the spacer or if it screws together with a torx or something?
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    those look like they'd be handy for my paintball toolbox, for cutting hose it probably does pretty well. 25 is a little too steep for me right now though. i'd like to see an agd butterfly knife though

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    not butterfly knife, Balisong.
    however, a kris balisong would be way cool!
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    Originally posted by magman007
    i can now stop carrying my swiss army knife as self defense!
    "wait! lemmme try and get the blade out before you murder me...."
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    Originally posted by EnderWigginPballin


    "wait! lemmme try and get the blade out before you murder me...."
    for self defense, I normally use the corkscrew quicker to get out...
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    Originally posted by AGD
    We found these through a friend of ours and thought they were really cool. They take a standard box cutter blade and are mounted really well so you can use the hell out of them. The back of the blade holder is wide and flat so you can push down on it unlike a regular blade.

    I think this is just a really neat, well engineered product that you rarely see these days.

    Logo no extra charge!!

    AGD
    I definatly agree, I haven't found a knife that will stand up to my rough treatment yet, been through a share of HSN knifes, spiderco, coldsteel, you name it I've pry owned nad destroyed it. So I carry a .99 box cutter around, you hy-vee, wall mart ppl might know them? about 4 inches long holded sheet metal with a standart razor slid in hte back? it extends about umm....3/4 inch?

    I'm afraid I would ruin one of these too... it looks like the ones that he hinge pin comes apart? Can anyone speak for durability on them?

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    victorinox (sp?) swiss army knives ive found to be very durable and they offer a lifetime warrantee

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    I got one.... actually my 3rd
    they hold up the longest
    but eventually hte red plastic breaks off, and warranty doesn't cover that

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    Will those knifes be available in Europe?

    Very good idea btw

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    Originally posted by Heat
    I got one.... actually my 3rd
    they hold up the longest
    but eventually hte red plastic breaks off, and warranty doesn't cover that
    Buy a Leatherman Wave. They're 10 times better than the Victorinox tools . And maybe pay more attention to your knives too .

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    I've always liked Gerber knives and multi-tools

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    Originally posted by Pand0ra


    Buy a Leatherman Wave. They're 10 times better than the Victorinox tools . And maybe pay more attention to your knives too .
    yeah, yeah, yeah daddy.....I'm just trying to figure out how durable these are I meant at 25$... I can get 5 HSN knifes and even though they are crap they will hold up for a good 5 months

    I'll pry just try it, cause I really like razors and blade sharpening is just a pain. swapable blades drewwwllllllll

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