D&L Palm Knife

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One of the best and most enduring designs in the world of knife combatives is the karambit. There’s no disputing its capability, and even one with minimal training can master the basic movement drills. Doug Marcaida is one of the better known karambit guys, and as a personal note I’ve found the drills to be some of the simpler mechanics of a defensive fighting knife. But the Karambit design is really only good for one thing- combative use- and it wouldn’t be my first choice for really any use other than combatives. I’m more of a general purpose gear kinda guy and that’s often a challenge, usually resulting in compromises at best.

That said, my EDC blade has usually always been a folder, with a smaller fixed blade as part of my field kit. I’ve bounced between a lot of knife designs over the years but my basic go-to has…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

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