Author D.K. Pridgen writes, “Folks who believe they can deploy folding knives as effectively as fixed blade knives during a grapple are fooling themselves.” That’s where Steve Moses and his new OneUp knife come in. With its 4.12-inch blade and generously long choil, the OneUp knife is strictly for fighting, designed to poke/jab, rip (these are natural moves) and trap very effectively, in the style taught by Moses. “The hammer grip with the edge up,” the author explains, “allows for in-close, rapid, repetitive stabbing and upward ripping, and at a distance, it works perfectly for snap cuts to the head.” Read the full story in the Fall 2014 issue of Personal Home Defense, available on newsstands and digitally on October 15, 2013.
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