One of the more interesting pieces of “tactical knife advice” I’ve gotten over the years was this:
Don’t carry your knife in your front pocket.
See, most people just clip a tactical knife to their strong-side front pocket, where the clip is visible.
But if you’re like me, you’re constantly spotting people carrying their knives that way.
These days, people are looking for ANY excuse to report somebody for having a “weapon.”
And you don’t want to tip off an actual attacker or mugger, or he’ll know where to hit you first to stop you from getting to your blade.
Well, recently, I started carrying THIS slick knife tucked into my waistband.
Most knives with a pocket clip can be carried this way; the clip just needs to be bent a little wider so it fits over your belt and the waistband of your pants.
This one is especially slick, with a brutal clip-point blade that is wickedly sharp.
Just consider, if you do get one, carrying it under your shirt in your waistband (as long as it’s legal)… okay?