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Kershaw saved the day

Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by OfficerChris, Jan 19, 2010.


  1. OfficerChris

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    Well I planned to get to work, but had parked my old bmw on thick ice. Backwheels spinned, car didnt move an inch. Tried to push, but I couldnt get enough grip with my feet because I also stood on ice. Put the floor mats under the back wheels (like I learned on Tv) and found them somewhere in front of the car again.

    So I did it the manly way. I opened up my kershaw and started to stab into the ice right behind the back wheels. Was kind of afraid to hit a tire, but didnt and got out of there without a problem.

    I love knifes - perfect tool.

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  2. The Hawk

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    Thanks for yet another excuse to purchase a knife. Vehicle extraction tool. Good job Chris.
     

  3. TheLastDaze

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    NICE>>

    no damage to the blade?

    I've found myself more fond of knives then ever before !
     
  4. OfficerChris

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    nah nothing, ice isnt that hard I guess.

    My knife is carried every day and I use it on duty. Have it for about a year now, maybe less and it got abused quite often, but works fine, still sharp. Only the tip looks a little bit used, but we are talking about a millimeter here.

    I was looking for a duty knife for more than a year till I got this one. Didnt regret it yet.
     
  5. stgha

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    Don't know if I would have thought of that!
    That is one I will put in my "toolbox" Just in case....

    steve