Jim Pierce Posted January 23, 2017 Share Posted January 23, 2017 Dealing with the tactical community for over 20 years in law enforcement and as a firearms instructor you have two types of people to market to. One are the people who take a knife out to open a box and look to see who is checking out their knife and those who just get the job done. At the private gun range I belong to were most of the members don't get paid to go into harms way, it is pretty much the same thing. The first is the larger market, unfortunately, and they are also the ones who are appalled when you even suggest using a knife as a last resort tool to defend their life, or scratch said knife breaking a window of a rolled over car to render aid. The second group will pay big money as long as their is a reason. Good quality, and functional. Wide, thick blade with a good tip and sharp. Something you can use to cut up wood and then cut a sandwich to share with a friend, puncture a trunk lid and then pull out stitches from a patch. All that being said most of us are guys and we still love the wow factor. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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