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#1 2022-09-22 16:53:32

Quence
Pretty as a Peach!
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Posts: 1,805

What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Is it simply to have the blade completely enclosed?

As you can see in this very short clip, the blade sort of falls out and then has to be secured.  It seems inefficient.

https://youtu.be/9UWF-EFaYuA

#2 2022-09-22 17:03:53

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

In many jurisdictions, spring-loaded switch blades are illegal.

#3 2022-09-22 17:05:55

Southern Gentry
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Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Why would a real female have any curiosity about such a thing?

Hint: they wouldn't.

#4 2022-09-22 17:08:45

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Southern Gentry wrote:

Why would a real female have any curiosity about such a thing?

Hint: they wouldn't.

On a related note, I've noticed that 99.9% of "bugout bag" videos are done by men.

I guess women don't think much about disaster / collapse scenarios.

#5 2022-09-22 17:13:46

Southern Gentry
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Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

. wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:

Why would a real female have any curiosity about such a thing?

Hint: they wouldn't.

On a related note, I've noticed that 99.9% of "bugout bag" videos are done by men.

I guess women don't think much about disaster / collapse scenarios.

A "bug-out" bag for a woman would be a purse with makeup, perfume, Tampax, birth-control pills, a vape-pen, credit-cards, and a smart-phone.

#6 2022-09-22 18:14:35

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

. wrote:

In many jurisdictions, spring-loaded switch blades are illegal.

Switchblades illegal in the UK, too.

#7 2022-09-22 18:15:44

ginger warrior
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From: Memphis
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Posts: 5,565

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

No woman calls it a "bug out bag." If I am going out someplace, I might have a small purse. If you are going overnight, you carry an overnight bag.
My purse currently has my phone and a wallet with money and credit cards. I don't wear makeup or perfume. I have no use for a vape pen. I might have tampons if it is around that time. Birth control pills are taken at the same time every day. Breakfast time for me.

Last edited by ginger warrior (2022-09-22 18:16:12)


Baggers gonna bag

#8 2022-09-22 18:23:41

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

ginger warrior wrote:

No woman calls it a "bug out bag." If I am going out someplace, I might have a small purse. If you are going overnight, you carry an overnight bag.
My purse currently has my phone and a wallet with money and credit cards. I don't wear makeup or perfume. I have no use for a vape pen. I might have tampons if it is around that time. Birth control pills are taken at the same time every day. Breakfast time for me.

You don't even understand what a "bug out bag" is.

#9 2022-09-22 19:21:25

Southern Gentry
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Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

. wrote:
. wrote:

In many jurisdictions, spring-loaded switch blades are illegal.

Switchblades illegal in the UK, too.

Are sgian dubhs illegal there yet?

#10 2022-09-22 19:49:35

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Southern Gentry wrote:
. wrote:
. wrote:

In many jurisdictions, spring-loaded switch blades are illegal.

Switchblades illegal in the UK, too.

Are sgian dubhs illegal there yet?


A what?

#11 2022-09-22 20:23:22

Southern Gentry
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Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

. wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:
. wrote:

Switchblades illegal in the UK, too.

Are sgian dubhs illegal there yet?


A what?

A sgian dubh is a small, single-edged, fixed-blade knife traditionally worn with Scottish ethnic dress, tucked into the top of the kilt-hose, on the outside of the right leg, near the calf.

aQp8u3V.jpg

#12 2022-09-22 20:29:49

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

oh my god SHOOT YOURSELF IN THE FACE

FUCK OFF

X'd

#13 2022-09-22 21:13:46

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

ginger warrior wrote:

No woman calls it a "bug out bag." If I am going out someplace, I might have a small purse. If you are going overnight, you carry an overnight bag.
My purse currently has my phone and a wallet with money and credit cards. I don't wear makeup or perfume. I have no use for a vape pen. I might have tampons if it is around that time. Birth control pills are taken at the same time every day. Breakfast time for me.

Women on birth control pills don't have their periods.

rolleyes

#14 2022-09-22 22:07:01

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

. wrote:
ginger warrior wrote:

No woman calls it a "bug out bag." If I am going out someplace, I might have a small purse. If you are going overnight, you carry an overnight bag.
My purse currently has my phone and a wallet with money and credit cards. I don't wear makeup or perfume. I have no use for a vape pen. I might have tampons if it is around that time. Birth control pills are taken at the same time every day. Breakfast time for me.

Women on birth control pills don't have their periods.

rolleyes

So you admit you’ve never been with a real woman, then?

#15 2022-09-22 22:18:33

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Women on birth control pills don't have their periods
\
incel

godzillafacepalm

#16 2022-09-22 22:40:30

Dr Arkham
The Greater Malefic
From: Ubiquity
Registered: 2022-01-05
Posts: 5,994

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Southern Gentry wrote:
. wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:

Are sgian dubhs illegal there yet?


A what?

A sgian dubh is a small, single-edged, fixed-blade knife traditionally worn with Scottish ethnic dress, tucked into the top of the kilt-hose, on the outside of the right leg, near the calf.

aQp8u3V.jpg

You can't walk around wearing that on the street in full public view. The cops will take it from you.

Assuming some gang of kids doesn't batter you and take it first.

#17 2022-09-23 02:47:21

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Southern Gentry wrote:
. wrote:
. wrote:

In many jurisdictions, spring-loaded switch blades are illegal.

Switchblades illegal in the UK, too.

Are sgian dubhs illegal there yet?

Any knife carried in a public place - without a valid reason - in theory could result in up to 9 years. I had a machete confiscated just a couple months ago.

#18 2022-09-23 06:10:43

Southern Gentry
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Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Dr Arkham wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:
. wrote:

A what?

A sgian dubh is a small, single-edged, fixed-blade knife traditionally worn with Scottish ethnic dress, tucked into the top of the kilt-hose, on the outside of the right leg, near the calf.

aQp8u3V.jpg

You can't walk around wearing that on the street in full public view. The cops will take it from you.

Assuming some gang of kids doesn't batter you and take it first.

Britain is done.

#19 2022-09-23 06:11:39

Dr Arkham
The Greater Malefic
From: Ubiquity
Registered: 2022-01-05
Posts: 5,994

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Southern Gentry wrote:
Dr Arkham wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:

A sgian dubh is a small, single-edged, fixed-blade knife traditionally worn with Scottish ethnic dress, tucked into the top of the kilt-hose, on the outside of the right leg, near the calf.

aQp8u3V.jpg

You can't walk around wearing that on the street in full public view. The cops will take it from you.

Assuming some gang of kids doesn't batter you and take it first.

Britain is done.

It was done a long time ago.

#20 2022-09-23 06:37:18

Southern Gentry
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Registered: 2022-01-04
Posts: 1,488,242

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Dr Arkham wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:
Dr Arkham wrote:

You can't walk around wearing that on the street in full public view. The cops will take it from you.

Assuming some gang of kids doesn't batter you and take it first.

Britain is done.

It was done a long time ago.

It seemed okay back in the early to mid 1980s.

#21 2022-09-23 06:49:12

Dr Arkham
The Greater Malefic
From: Ubiquity
Registered: 2022-01-05
Posts: 5,994

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Southern Gentry wrote:
Dr Arkham wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:

Britain is done.

It was done a long time ago.

It seemed okay back in the early to mid 1980s.

It's definitely gotten worse, sure. But that's redundant. This PC BS just took it all to a new level of being sold-out, that's all. Britain had already fallen to the jews, long before any of this. Then once they felt secure enough in the face of conditioned British apathy, they were able to proceed to the final phase of mass, unchecked immigration. Every move they made before that were just a series of preparatory testing phases.

#110 is inevitable. It's just a shame to learn that we can be pushed this far. Our staggering capacity for tolerance is a gift that vermin like the jews can use against us.

#22 2022-09-23 06:51:27

Diesel_Dawg
FUCK YOU!
Registered: 2022-01-07
Posts: 3,569

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Southern Gentry wrote:
. wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:

Are sgian dubhs illegal there yet?


A what?

A sgian dubh is a small, single-edged, fixed-blade knife traditionally worn with Scottish ethnic dress, tucked into the top of the kilt-hose, on the outside of the right leg, near the calf.

aQp8u3V.jpg

Get a real knife.

GERBER-5925-BMF-Fixed-Knife-W-sheath-Includes-Comp.jpg


Fuck You!

#23 2022-09-23 06:56:27

Southern Gentry
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Registered: 2022-01-04
Posts: 1,488,242

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Diesel_Dawg wrote:
Southern Gentry wrote:
. wrote:

A what?

A sgian dubh is a small, single-edged, fixed-blade knife traditionally worn with Scottish ethnic dress, tucked into the top of the kilt-hose, on the outside of the right leg, near the calf.

aQp8u3V.jpg

Get a real knife.

GERBER-5925-BMF-Fixed-Knife-W-sheath-Includes-Comp.jpg

I've also got this:

QP4yysX.jpg

DVlBT9K.jpg

dsmbU4L.jpg

#24 2022-09-23 07:03:45

Diesel_Dawg
FUCK YOU!
Registered: 2022-01-07
Posts: 3,569

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Southern Gentry wrote:

I've also got this:

QP4yysX.jpg

DVlBT9K.jpg

dsmbU4L.jpg

OK, but the tip seems a bit weak.


Fuck You!

#25 2022-09-23 07:03:49

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Dust in the wind.

Re: What’s the point of a ‘Gravity Knife’?

Any tool that can be used to waste Demofags is useful

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