dealsbeautiful 6” damascus steel belt dagger with horn…

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Page says its buffalo horn. I'm guessing water buffalo.

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Shown with Optional Sheath. Please allow 2-5 weeks for delivery.

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Wish this was legal to carry in CA. Great deal!

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Note the sizes: 3" blade and 6" from tip to tail. So when they call it a "boot knife" it's a little misleading. This is actually slightly smaller than your average folding pocket-knife, the blade length is just a touch longer than a standard thumb drive. So while it's still a damascus steel blade (I assume), it's not by any means a dagger or boot knife.

@duy1nguyen Last I checked, blades 3" or smaller were legal to carry in California. I haven't checked in a while so you'll want to check your local laws, but if you really want one to carry this might be small enough to do so.

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@rprebel: Funniest part of that Futurama "movie"!

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Just notice even though this is Damascus steel, it is a dagger. If you ever get a dagger and use it on a camping trip ect.,you know what I am going to say.

Daggers are great at killing people,but for about any other chore you are very likely to cut yourself. Also daggers are not built to be beat to hell out in the wild or on a job site,the tend to be useless killing machines tools.

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@duy1nguyen: Here's some info on carrying in California.
It appears that this knife is ok to carry as long as it's worn on your belt and not concealed. I'm not a lawyer so don't take this as legal advice.

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beautiful knife - glad to add it to my collection.

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For the price it is hard to argue.

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You better snatch these up -- they'll soon be illegal under the (proposed) assault weapons ban. Next will be scissors, dinner knives, letter openers, etc.

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@romeojn: Its not the length, but it believe CA law saw that you can not carry dirks and daggers.

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@duy1nguyen: You can't carry dirks and daggers concealed as specified in Parts of Penal Code 12020 (4).
12020. (a) Any person in this state who does any of the following is punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year or in the state prison:
(4) Carries concealed upon his or her person any dirk or dagger.

Knives carried in a sheath on a waist is not defined as "concealed."
25(d) Knives carried in sheaths which are worn openly suspended from the waist of the wearer are not concealed within the meaning of this section.

So feel free to buy.

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I love "Damascus" Steel. I have not bought a blade made of it since it has become more popular and common. I have never seen this knife or the steel it is made out of but my experience with damacus steel is it is extremely flexible. A good trait to have in a pocket knife but not a fixed blade dagger. I would want a harder steel than that personally. That is just my opinion though. My thoughts are just as relevant as anyone's.

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@zuiquan: i believe this would be illegal in California due to the dual edge.

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@blainday: I'd think a ceramic blade would be a better choice for a little dagger like this? Harder, would maintain its edge better. Strength isn't useful unless you're dueling and parrying against another swung blade, or trying to pry something open. (which would be a REALLY bad idea with a ceramic blade btw)

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@catbird: I'm sure you'll still be able to buy Viagra to make up for your shortcomings.

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@dazoneranger: Only if you carry it concealed. In a sheath on your belt in plain view it's not a problem. "PC 21310 - any person in this state who carries concealed upon the person any dirk or dagger is punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year or in the state prison."