Should The WASP Knife Be Illegal?

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

3 Comments to Should The WASP Knife Be Illegal?

  1. I dive with one… I also own firearms, etc.
    In a society that allows firearms, it's pretty ridiculous to 'ban' any sort of club, knife, etc. OK, I can't have a blackjack club or an auto knife, but I can go to the gun shop and buy a Glock 17. Great thinking there, Einsteins.

    As far as places in Europe or elsewhere that are hysterical about this sort of thing and ban everything, whatever. Who cares what you do. We're not you.

  2. hydrophobe

    This knife seems to have utilitarian purposes. For defense from underwater predators, all the underwater weapons (underwater firearms, spear guns, knives) don't address the problem of not attracting other predators. This does.
    As for defense from a slightly smaller two legged land predator, people have the right to defend themselves, and deserve the tools to defend themselves more efficiently with less risk of harm.

  3. hydrophobe

    This knife seems to have utilitarian purposes. For defense from underwater predators, all the underwater weapons (underwater firearms, spear guns, knives) don't address the problem of not attracting other predators. This does.
    As for defense from a slightly smaller two legged land predator, people have the right to defend themselves, and deserve the tools to defend themselves more efficiently with less risk of harm.

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