stagman wrote: ↑
Mon Sep 13, 2021 7:45 pm
Fix blade vs 45 long colt Ruger Vaquero....um, if you need a weapon that bad
the choice for me is the 45....
might be good in Natl Park where no guns allowed on trails....
"enter" less than palm size Beretta 22 long rifle in my pocket
Sorry, don't mean to be smart #$$...just real world stuff
Well, Stag, concealed means concealed. I carry a Colt Defender anywhere that doesn't have metal detectors. Nobody looks hard at a gray haired old man and his aging wife.
If I ever wanted to wear close fitting clothes to show off my manly physique to impress the young ladies I could always carry a Beretta Minx, or my Baby Browning in my jock strap. Right tool for the job at hand. (Talk about flashing someone, "Hey, baby, want to see my Minx?")
My post is really a sideways, tongue in cheek, poke at the term "tactical." That said, the duct knife would make a hell of a defensive blade even if it is not a Fairbairn Sykes or a Fallkniven. For heaven's sake, if you ever have to "tactically" stick someone, you will need to throw the knife in the river anyway, so would you rather throw away a $200.00 knife or a $15.00 one? Did I mention that I am a tightwad?