A.T.R.'s Duty Knives Thread

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Re: Duty Knives

Postby TwE@k » Tue Apr 20, 2010 7:10 pm

Sumo_CPO wrote:
TPS wrote:Since hubby's prying knife broke, I want to surprise him with another one. Any suggestions?


Go back to page 25 of this thread and check out one of A.T.R.'s pics - that thing would be an excellent pry tool, and a quality piece as well.



:(( Oh please don't bring that up *SNIFF, SNIFF* I really wanted that tool but the funds have to be directed elsewhere for the next few weeks......Next run (if there ever is one) A.T.R you know who to call :thumbsup:
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby TPS » Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:01 pm

Sumo_CPO wrote:
TPS wrote:Since hubby's prying knife broke, I want to surprise him with another one. Any suggestions?


Go back to page 25 of this thread and check out one of A.T.R.'s pics - that thing would be an excellent pry tool, and a quality piece as well.


Thanks ! Didn't have a chance to do a search.
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby Respond Wayne » Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:28 pm

Oh, you mean this one?

I didn't mean to take the last one... ;)

(Mine has a yellow handle by the way).

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Re: Duty Knives

Postby A.T.R. » Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:41 pm

You will have it Friday.
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby Respond Wayne » Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:45 pm

A.T.R. wrote:You will have it Friday.


Sounds good to me! :thumbsup:

Looks like I'll be catching up on local tows & one in Kingston anyhow...
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby TPS » Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:56 pm

Respond Wayne wrote:Oh, you mean this one?

I didn't mean to take the last one... ;)

(Mine has a yellow handle by the way).

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Ah now I can blame it on you! :rant: :P
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby TPS » Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:59 pm

I'm not a knife person so what is that little ridge on the top of the prying knife for?
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby Respond Wayne » Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:11 pm

TPS wrote:I'm not a knife person so what is that little ridge on the top of the prying knife for?


I was told it's to assist in breaking glass, drop on top of a slightly open window and give it a twist.
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby A.T.R. » Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:11 pm

Twisting nipples.
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby TPS » Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:57 pm

Respond Wayne wrote:
TPS wrote:I'm not a knife person so what is that little ridge on the top of the prying knife for?


I was told it's to assist in breaking glass, drop on top of a slightly open window and give it a twist.


oh neat! thanks.
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby Sumo_CPO » Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:02 pm

A.T.R. wrote:Twisting nipples.


You need tools for that? Man, I really need to skool you on some tings.....
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby A.T.R. » Thu Apr 22, 2010 12:24 pm

It seems Hogue, known for firearms kits and add-ons, have gotten into the duty specific knife business.

And the knives have excellent reviews so far.

http://www.hoguestore.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=667

Hogue Extreme Series Knives.

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Re: Duty Knives

Postby Sumo_CPO » Thu Apr 22, 2010 4:09 pm

With a collaborative effort between Hogue and world renowned custom knifemaker Allen Elishewitz


The first sentence was enough to get me hooked.
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Re: Duty Knives

Postby NatWood » Thu Apr 22, 2010 4:42 pm

Sumo_CPO wrote:
With a collaborative effort between Hogue and world renowned custom knifemaker Allen Elishewitz


The first sentence was enough to get me hooked.


Any idea who is manufacturing these?

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Re: Duty Knives

Postby A.T.R. » Thu Apr 22, 2010 10:00 pm

NatWood wrote:
Sumo_CPO wrote:
With a collaborative effort between Hogue and world renowned custom knifemaker Allen Elishewitz


The first sentence was enough to get me hooked.


Any idea who is manufacturing these?



From Allen Elishewitz himself.

Hogue's name needs no introduction in the firearms industry but for those who do not know of Hogue they are one of the oldest and largest grip manufacturer in the US. On top of grips, they also make stocks, OEM machining and toilet seats (yes I said toilet seats...very comfortable!).

Hogue has teamed up with me to introduce a new cutlery company called Hogue Extreme Knives. These knives will be produced with the highest manufacturing quality, using premium American materials. They will mirror Hogue's and Elishewitz's fundamental principles of integrity, quality, reliability and dependability. The knives will never have a gimmick to make them look interesting but instead we are going to leverage off both our strengths: solid proven designs manufactured to the highest standards. We just want our knives to be the last knives you'll ever buy
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