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    Check out this knife.

    Features a spoke wrench and a cigar cutter. What a bargain for $1000.


    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st...html?s=WR16999

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    Quote Originally Posted by croscoe
    Features a spoke wrench and a cigar cutter. What a bargain for $1000.


    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st...html?s=WR16999
    Wow. That looks like something from worth1000.com.

    I'd hate to see the pants you'd need to lug that thing around.

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    Thats not a knife

    This is a knife
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    Quote Originally Posted by croscoe
    Features a spoke wrench and a cigar cutter. What a bargain for $1000.


    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st...html?s=WR16999

    LOL, is that a radio antenna on there?

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    Two of the features:

    * Golf shoe spike wrench
    * Golf divot repair tool

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    I'd just hate to have to use the screwdriver, or the knife... Imagine spinning a 12 inch long tool :lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by daleksic
    I'd just hate to have to use the screwdriver, or the knife... Imagine spinning a 12 inch long tool :lol
    LOL.....yeah how do you hold on to that thing and for $1000, I don't think so.
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    yea, that would be impossible to actually use.

    if you own one of these things, please do not admit it.
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    I carry this on the trail:


    Or these, if I'm doing trail maintenance:

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    Quote Originally Posted by croscoe
    Features a spoke wrench and a cigar cutter. What a bargain for $1000.


    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st...html?s=WR16999

    How could I live without this for so long ?..

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    Quote Originally Posted by manowar669
    Or these, if I'm doing trail maintenance:
    That's insane; what is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by f2f4
    That's insane; what is that?
    Apparently they're sold at cheaperthandirt.com for like $12. Given some mall-ninja name (the de-nogginizer or something), appealing to misguided 13-year olds. Made of **** steel, with no practical purpose. I call them the battle-crutch, since it looks like polio-ninjas might use it.

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    I was gonna say, it looks like something out of some whacked-up anime movie. :P

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    Saw this awhile back...

    From what I remember the "knife" is a commemorative piece that includes every "tool" that wenger has ever included in the Swiss Army line.

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    For the price and size of that knife I would expect it to have to a pop out bike in case the frame of the one you're riding breaks, or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manowar669
    I carry this on the trail:


    Or these, if I'm doing trail maintenance:
    Trail maintenance....yeah ok....Do you know martial arts or escrima, or are you just another weapon POSER?
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    Quote Originally Posted by croscoe
    Features a spoke wrench and a cigar cutter. What a bargain for $1000.

    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st...html?s=WR16999
    You have to be a real FOOL if you think that's a bargain for a $1000.
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    I forgot the sarcasm indicator. " " There it is.

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    A thousand bucks huh? You could build yourself one of these and pocket the remaining $995.

    Better yet, send me the thousand dollars and I'll build you one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by manowar669
    I carry this on the trail:

    how the hell do you not cut yourself with one these? It looks deadly just trying to put one of those things on...
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    Should your balls sit in front of the saddle or on the saddle? Im a bit confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manowar669
    Apparently they're sold at cheaperthandirt.com for like $12. Given some mall-ninja name (the de-nogginizer or something), appealing to misguided 13-year olds. Made of **** steel, with no practical purpose. I call them the battle-crutch, since it looks like polio-ninjas might use it.

    "de-nogginizer" Oh man that's some funny sh*t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Hair Boy
    This is a knife
    I think you meant this movie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by manowar669
    not exactly sure but it's similar to a weapon called a tonfa, which doesn't strap on and doesn't always have a blade but it resembles a police billie club gripped similar to how those are strapped on.
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    .... looks like a kid that needs a mountain bike to me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by carrot_top
    how the hell do you not cut yourself with one these? It looks deadly just trying to put one of those things on...
    He was playing with it when he suddenly had to take a piss... the next sound I heard was a blood curdling scream

    Note to self: remove all sharp metal objects from appendages before attempting to defecate, masturbate or scratch myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdaleTony
    I think you meant this movie?
    Good catch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corec
    Good catch.
    Both are not real masters of knife fighting, just some wannabe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manowar669
    Apparently they're sold at cheaperthandirt.com for like $12. Given some mall-ninja name (the de-nogginizer or something), appealing to misguided 13-year olds. Made of **** steel, with no practical purpose. I call them the battle-crutch, since it looks like polio-ninjas might use it.
    de-nogginizer

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    Ya see tons of these nuts who go those to mall ninja stores thinking they are all badazz and pick up these contraptions made of cheap steel. I just had to take my gf in one and we were amazed at the crap they sell and how serious all these buyers were. Now I do it for amusement if I ever see one (thankfully, they are rare).

    As far as that tool goes, sign me me. Maybe they will do $950 on a group buy. It will fit really well strapped to my seatpost. Oh wait, does it have a toothpick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by manowar669

    Or these, if I'm doing trail maintenance:
    I'm betting this picture was taken immediately after opening the box and putting them on. 8 seconds later the kid tried to strike another pose and cut the inside of his left arm to the bone. Knives have since been confiscated by Mom and the kid has returned to Warcraft as his primary hobby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manowar669

    "I'm gonna mess you up real good...just give me a moment to don my badazz fish knife!"

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    I carry a 3 inch buck knife mantis around in my pack... It's small... Light.. and sharp as ****.. More than I'll ever need in the woods..
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    I bought this Gerber a few days ago:

    Nice action and clip. Great deal for $25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by endohappy
    I'm betting this picture was taken immediately after opening the box and putting them on. 8 seconds later the kid tried to strike another pose and cut the inside of his left arm to the bone. Knives have since been confiscated by Mom and the kid has returned to Warcraft as his primary hobby.


    Hey it's Cartman.....

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    yep, I carry a spring assist Kershaw Leek everywhere I go, except at work when I carry an all stainless Gerber
    If I want to scare people, I will bring out the Ka-Bar (my favorite knife of all time)
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    [/QUOTE]

    Hey It's Cartman.... Now we know who killed Kenny.......

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    Uh,why do people with knives pose like this? Nice knives though.I like the shark blades.That's funny.
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    You need this too
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    Leatherman (new) Wave. Great knife and useful, too!

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    those arm blades started to become popular after the video game "Blood Rayne" came out. The main chick was a vampire with arm blades.. Fun game but her boobs had a larger focus than the story.

    This kid prolly plays the game in a dark room by him self... pass the tissues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    Wow. That looks like something from worth1000.com.

    I'd hate to see the pants you'd need to lug that thing around.

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    Aw, I've lugged bigger things in my pants than that puny knife.
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    Small sample of my collection..... My wife's collection is better.

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    Don't be offended Bombardier, but that's all junk.

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