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Outdoor Retailer Product Review of the Colonial Knife® Military Issue Smoke Jumpers Knife

Are you looking for a product that can have not only collectible value, but also make a point? I present to you the Auto Series® M-724 with the National Stock Number 5110-00-526-8740 Knife, Rescue, Paratrooper Switchblade, considered a solid knife that you would expect from Colonial Knife Corp.®. We had the opportunity to review one of these knives, and like many tools of this nature, one has to hold the item, open it, and look over the features to get a real feel for it, This knife was no different, and it is an item a knife enthusiast would love to own. The M-724 Paratrooper Switchblade was designed for survival, evasion and escape, particularly for paratroopers in dangerous situations and behind enemy...

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Texas Knife Law Reform Bill Passed by the House Bill HB1935

The Texas State Senate now has the bill, HB1935 before them. Passed by the Texas House, although somewhat anticlimactic Director of Legislative Affairs, Todd Rahtner, has been in Austin for a week working with the Texas State Senate to ensure that any bill that emerged would still be an advance forward for Texas knife owners. HB 1935, as amended now eliminates daggers. dirks, stilettos, poniards, spears, swords and Bowie knives from the Texas statue, effectively allowing them to be carried anywhere in the state.  In order to get the bill moved, the amendment stipulates that knives with blades over 5.5-inches are now defined as "location restricted" knives. Meaning that except for schools, federal buildings, correctional facilities, colleges, houses of worship,...

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