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SOG and Kershaw Knives: SOG 3.6" Fixed Skinning Blade w/ AUS-8 Steel SOG Huntspoint $20, More + free ship with Prime

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I follow Kershaw prices on Amazon all the time and those aren't very good prices and it's kind of ironic since they own woot now.
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I follow Kershaw prices on Amazon all the time and those aren't very good prices and it's kind of ironic since they own woot now.
Msrp is jacked up too
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Is AUS-8 steel any good?
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Is AUS-8 steel any good?
Depends on your expectations and the intended use of the knife. It's a semi-decent, budget stainless steel. It's a step up from common budget stainless steels like 8Cr13MoV and such. Not a premium steel by any stretch. And there is so much more to a knife than just which steel was used for the blade.

Here are a few articles that compare common knife steels:

https://knifeinformer.com/discove...ife-steel/
https://www.bladehq.com/cat--Best...uide--3368
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis..._materials
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I follow Kershaw prices on Amazon all the time and those aren't very good prices and it's kind of ironic since they own woot now.
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Msrp is jacked up too
Agreed and agreed.
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Can you carry knife in pocket in Texas without any problems from the cops? I want to buy but don't want to be fine.
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Those Kershaw deals are no good. I looked up the Leek last night and it was actually cheaper on amazon compared to the woot price.
Still thanks for sharing OP
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Can you carry knife in pocket in Texas without any problems from the cops? I want to buy but don't want to be fine.
I've been carrying almost daily since my Cub Scout days in Texas. Yes, you can carry pocket knives with no problem. I think the law has loosened within the past couple of years, but I believe the law was nothing larger than a 4" blade, which I used the open palm of my hand as a reference.
On another note, as long as you aren't waiving an open knife around and trying to threaten someone, you are okay.
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Interesting... I'm using the iOS app here, on my iPad.

I got my 'regular' Notification (the one that shows up in my Lock Screen) for this deal yesterday.

But I just got the 'pop-up' Notification for this same deal right now.
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I've been carrying almost daily since my Cub Scout days in Texas. Yes, you can carry pocket knives with no problem. I think the law has loosened within the past couple of years, but I believe the law was nothing larger than a 4" blade, which I used the open palm of my hand as a reference.
On another note, as long as you aren't waiving an open knife around and trying to threaten someone, you are okay.
^Yes, this. There *used to be* a confusing patchwork of laws across the state, and municipalities could make their own laws/ordinances, which they would not publicize, and you could easily violate unknowingly.

San Antonio was the largest such city, which criminalized a *lot* of knives that Texans routinely carried (without incident) across the rest of the state. But it was enforced extremely selectively, more so (on average) the higher the melanin content in your skin... or even if you just got unlucky and randomly wandered into the wrong LEO (who either didn't like knife-carriers, or was simply having a bad day).

There was only a very narrow sliver of blade lengths that fell within the 'sweet spot' of the maximum blade length established by state law (they didn't want you carrying one that was too big), and the minimum blade length established by the City of San Antonio (they didn't want you carrying one that was too small, and concealable). Most Texans were *not* carrying knives within this 'Goldilocks range', and were none the wiser when they'd make their pilgrimage to our Mecca (the Alamo). And locking-blade mechanisms were verboten entirely, iirc.

My friend Scott won Knife Rights 'Activist of the Year' award (I think that's what it's called) back in 2015, for his efforts to simplify and standardize our previously-confusing patchwork of knife laws across the state.
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Not deal prices, at least on the Kershaw knives...
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All of these SOG knives are terrible pieces of crap, don't waste your money
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I follow Kershaw prices on Amazon all the time and those aren't very good prices and it's kind of ironic since they own woot now.
You find it is ironic that they don't wish to compete against themselves? They ate the competition...
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