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post #11 of 46 Old 04-18-2012, 03:08 PM
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the people i'm around the most have concealed carry licenses and never go anywhere unarmed so seeing a knife clip certainly wouldn't worry me.
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Thanks all :) My knife is a 5" blade folder too so its no pocket knife.



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post #13 of 46 Old 04-18-2012, 06:49 PM
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little old 4'11 me carries a pocketknife wherever I go, so I wouldn't even look twice unless I was wanting to use yours xD having one has helped me many times and I'm glad to have it.

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Ha ha nice Ediuku, a knife is good at the barn when you need to like cut hay bale twine off.



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Yup, I always carry one... Well, not always but mostly. I never really cared whether or not anyone around me would approach me... its not illegal here, so, its my choice. I like using it around the barn for like cutting twine, and when Im bored (yup, Im weird) I will sit out in the horse pasture and grab a random stick and sharpen the end for fun... yeah... I like to have one, but if I forget, I dont freak. Mostly I dont even remember, so, yeah...

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No self respecting farmer would be without a jackknife in his pocket. I keep one in the horse trailer & try to remember to carry it when I trail ride, but I usually forget.
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I always have a knife most people ere do but most work where one is useful.

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Me too, I always have one in my pocket. Better safe than sorry.

Getting my concealed weapon permit also.

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Thanks all :) My knife is a 5" blade folder too so its no pocket knife.
My husband doesn't pack his "nut cutter" to town, but always a pocket knife. However remember when you get to beer drinking age certain bars won't allow one in and won't even hold it for you....leave it in the truck.

We have actually been to rodeos and went out afterwards and they won't let you in a bar considering spurs a "weapon" and had to leave them at the door.
(Note: I don't wear my spurs to town out of habit, just an observation after a long night of drinking)

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Ha ha nice Ediuku, a knife is good at the barn when you need to like cut hay bale twine off.
No kidding, I actually forgot mine today and felt completely naked all day long....then I had to cut the mesh off a new round bale with my roaching shears.

Talk about a pain in the butt.

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