If you’re looking for a good defensive combat dagger, the Benchmade SOCP is the right choice. Although it was originally intended for use in combative applications, Rob Pincus teaches how this dagger can be utilized as a close-quarters personal defense weapon. The thin fixed blade has a large handle so it is easy to conceal and simple to employ. Whether you keep the combat dagger in the center of your waistline, in your hip pocket or high on your chest, a loop on the end of the blade’s handle allows quick deployment, so you’ll be prepared for any dangerous situation.
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