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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by devildog2067, Oct 12, 2010.
Do they make plastic knives?
If you can figure out a way and don't want to risk losing something expensive, try a Fury knife. I bought a couple for that purpose for less than $4.00 each. They've lasted for a couple of years without the screws falling out or the blade falling off. I know, cheap stuff, but it's a tradeoff.
another vote for the
There's a bunch of knives made from non-metal materials, mostly tacticool stuff like the CS grivory knives and the infamous 'CIA letter opener'. There's now way I'd want to travel through an airport with one of those. I think they still show up on X-rays and I'd hate to try explaining that to security. It would probably guarantee a rubber glove being inserted into that most notorious of body cavities.
Or you can get a Victorinox classic.
This is what i would use. I havent personally used it on an airplane. BUT the guy who showed it to me in a shooting glass, uses it weekly, traveling with or without his US Air Marshal badge...
12oz can or 2 liter bottle????
I'm confused - a knife suggestion or something that will evade scanners?
I am too, but I figure if I'm going to be flying twice a week I don't want to mess with checking bags.
Seems like the best idea is to just buy something cheap and deal with losing it once in a while. Oh well.
Sorry, I should have been more explicit..
No evasion of scanners intended, DevilDog is far too smart to attempt that.
It's a high-quality low-cost alternative.
Something to keep in mind if you're concerned about having it dissapear in a checked bag, or to mail to yourself at the planned destination.
I would be a little wary of somebody who admits to carrying such a weapon to attempt to bypass airport security with or without a "US Air Marshal" badge. Sounds like a lot of hot air.