Look what I found in the mailbox today

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Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby 0ne5hot » Mon, 21 Jul 2014 20:18:51

I found a Fox Fx-599 in my mailbox today. :whistle: My first impression when I held it in my hand was that it was too small, but after handling it for a few minuites I came to the conclusion that it is perfect size. It fits to my hand like it was made just for me. The only downside I have found in my limited time I have had it is that I need to go buy some more star-bits. The ones that I have are too big for the screws. :doh:

I can definitely see why there is so much demand for them.
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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby allingeneral » Mon, 21 Jul 2014 20:30:06

That's a scary black knife. Rolling Stone magazine would probably include it in their list of 5 most dangerous knives

1) scary black knife
2) sharp knife
3) dull knife
4) knife with a thumb stock
5) butter knife
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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby 0ne5hot » Mon, 21 Jul 2014 20:49:35

allingeneral wrote:That's a scary black knife. Rolling Stone magazine would probably include it in their list of 5 most dangerous knives

1) scary black knife
2) sharp knife
3) dull knife
4) knife with a thumb stock
5) butter knife


:hysterical: ...A few ex-girlfriends are the only scary black things that I don't like .... :whistle:
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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby dusterdude » Tue, 22 Jul 2014 06:40:42

I like unscary black things one5hot


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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby kelu » Tue, 22 Jul 2014 11:06:56

Dianne Feinstein would say that it looks like an assault rifle, and it should be banned :)
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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby dorminWS » Tue, 22 Jul 2014 11:56:05

HMMM .... And what would happen if I objected that a PERSON ought to be shunned because he was black and looked dangerous? Unspeakably reprehensible, right?

Obviously, these folks who are so hysterical about THINGS entirely or partially because they are black are victims of deep-seated cultural biases against black as a color (perceiving, because of ignorance, superstition and bigotry, evil in a mere color) and are therefore irreversibly and incurably racist and unfit for public life or discourse. I say we ban them from the internet and all media and exile them for life to the island of Saint Helena.
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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby 0ne5hot » Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:42:26

dorminWS wrote:HMMM .... And what would happen if I objected that a PERSON ought to be shunned because he was black and looked dangerous? Unspeakably reprehensible, right?

Obviously, these folks who are so hysterical about THINGS entirely or partially because they are black are victims of deep-seated cultural biases against black as a color (perceiving, because of ignorance, superstition and bigotry, evil in a mere color) and are therefore irreversibly and incurably racist and unfit for public life or discourse. I say we ban them from the internet and all media and exile them for life to the island of Saint Helena.

Which is really stupid, If you know how visible light works...black is created by all colors being absorbed. Every object appears as the colour they are because they reflect that colour from the rainbow spectrum or a mixture of them and then absorb the rest of the light rays. Black things do not reflect any light and so appear black. This is also why black this tend to become warm or hot when it is sunny. They transfer all the light energy they absorb into thermal energy.
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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby 0ne5hot » Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:59:57

Back on topic tho...Drawing this knife from pocket is a little unique, but not unnatural, by pulling up with the ring the Emerson wave then pulls the blade open faster then you can with an automatic knife. Because there is no spring and the knife is opened by the user's actions, this knife is not regulated like automatic knives.

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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby Mindflayer » Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:28:57

That and the training knife are very interesting...


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Re: Look what I found in the mailbox today

Postby Siffer703 » Sat, 16 Aug 2014 23:46:41

NICE! :thumbsup:


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