Dig these blades.

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  1. okie

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    yep, i've been looking at those for w while, but the most are out of stock.
     
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    I SO want a bobtailed one!
     
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    Here is a picture of mine with my Wilson Combat Tactical Elite 10mm. These knives are pretty cool and stupid sharp. I got the SV30 blade....I love the fact that it takes regular 1911 grip panels. The lockup is very tight and takes a little to get used to closing. I promise you, you DO NOT want to close this thing on your fingers! It comes with a razor edge on it...

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    Those babies take up a lot of pocket room!
     
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    W:wow:W! way to find a niche. those are gonna sell like mad. good looking and sleek.
     
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    How does the lock work my friend:dunno:
     
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    The lock is the little tab above and to the right of the grip panel in the picture. You have to push that toward the rear and it unlocks the knife and allows it to fold. The problem is that it is very tight and it takes some getting used to. It is very easy to cut yourself until you break in the lock release. The knife itself is very well made for the money.
     
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    Yes they do....especially with regular width grips. The pocket clip that comes with the knife is the only really crappy thing about it.....it is flimsy and looks like almost an after thought. I carry a Strider SnG CC anyway, so that is in no danger of being replaced by the 1911 knife....:)
     
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    Could I get one with an idiot scratch?
     
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    Cobra64 Deals in Facts

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    Will it mount on a rail?:rofl:

    I always wanted a bayonet on a tactical 1911 for when I go to the mall.