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Man I love my Infidel! Mine has blue titanium screws and button. Definitely in the top 10 of my collection! PS who cares if it’s illegal...
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Been edcing mine for ten years. Finish is starting to wear a little.
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Just get a combat troodon
The benchmade phaeton has a better action and blade shape for edc than all these knives. Phaeton is a better buy for edc purposes IMO
Just yesterday I was telling my son I want a Benchmade Pagan. He asked why and I told him because I am one. Then he said why not an Infidel and I told him that I'm not one and it is a derogatory term. Cheers. I'm psyched if this drops.
CaptainQuinoa
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So I just looked up the definition of infidel and it is not so derogatory. I'm an infidel sure, and a pagan so I guess that means I'll take either though the 10 year anniversary model of the Infidel looks much nicer the Pagan is still the one for me.
Legal to own and posses in Alabama.
In 1994 I bought and EDC'd a Benchmade 2500 Mini-Reflex for 20 years before I got an S35VN Kershaw Launch-3 for $65. If you are worried about 'legality', buy a 50 state legal Kershaw with the 'speed safe' mechanism and forget the auto knives.
As a few others have said, it's perfectly legal to own in all states, but in most you can't carry it in many places. I'm all over this drop if it comes to fruition.
ToxicDover
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Please see my reply below to glitch666 regarding legalities.
ToxicDover
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Illegal(for whatever reason) to even own in Washington.
Its not necessarily illegal; its legal to own in all states, but not legal to carry in some.
glitch666
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I disagree. I'm fairly versed with Texas law but not other states.
Therefore, I quickly looked up Florida state laws as an example and it's illegal to possess. https://www.municode.com/library/fl/miami_-_dade_county/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=PTIIICOOR_CH21OFMIPR_ARTIIIWE_DIV1INGE
ARTICLE III. - WEAPONS; Sec. 21-14. - Dangerous weapons; penalty; trial court; (Section b)
Switch blades. It shall be unlawful for any person to sell, offer to sell, display, use, possess or carry any knife or knives having the appearance of a pocket knife, the blade or blades of which can be opened by a flick of a button, pressure on the handle, or other mechanical contrivance. Any such knife is hereby declared to be a dangerous or deadly weapon, within the meaning of subsection (a) and shall be subject to forfeiture to the County as provided by subsection (c).
This knife is likely illegal because the blade is deployed using a button/switch that's located on the body/handle of the knife. Look up your state statutes to ensure you aren't breaking the law.
This knife will only be illegal if it is assist open and assist close, secondly it's only illegal to carry if is has the spring load for closing, there is no law in owning it, and keeping it at your house.
Shipping concerns? This knife is illegal in many states.