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Knife Review : Cold Steel Double Agent II

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Excellent review, I going to be buying one based on your review. What brand and device would you recommend I get for all my knife sharpening needs? Would appreciate some recommendations. Thanks

Saw your comments on Iraqvet8888 on how to hide guns from the wife then saw your channel. When i saw your review about this knife, I was already on amazon, buying one. Thanks for sharing!

Personally, after a few days of EDCing this thing, I got used to the sheath. I've been carrying it for a few months now, and the only issue I can really see is that if you want to conceal carry it, you can't just put it under your shirt, unless you have a jacket or hoodie over it, because it's fairly obvious if you don't. Other than that, a great little neck knife!

Personally, after a few days of EDCing this thing, I got used to the sheath. I've been carrying it for a few months now, and the only issue I can really see is that if you want to conceal carry it, you can't just put it under your shirt, unless you have a jacket or hoodie over it, because it's fairly obvious if you don't. Other than that, a great little neck knife!

hey just a suggestion because I'd love to see it and I'd use it often, could you link the knife in the description just in case your viewers want to purchase one? I'd love that feature about your already great channel!

I took a Dremel tool and removed the pinky finger ring and turned the lanyard slot,near the index finger hole,into 2 sharp prongs by removing the bridge section of metal. I also put an edge on the back of the blade (karambit). No problem with retention on kydex sheath with pinky hole removed. I also have the adapter for belt carry. I agree with you on size being to big for neck knife. Weight is also an issue due to the fact it can fall out.

I can't believe the criticisms of this knife, apparently from non-owners. I own one, and its a great knife, and works quite well as a neck knife. It's an emergency knife if you end up needing one, and frankly, I feel better when it's on me. For comfort, just cut the bead chain so it rests just below where your rib cage narrows.

I like the blade shape, the rings are pretty uncomfortable and the jimping has poor traction. ..
Cut the bottom of the sheath ring for easier deployment
Good cheap backup but wouldn't use as primary anything

Will you be able to do mowt tricks with this karambit? My friend says the sencod eing near the balde makes it a karambit impossible to do tricks with.

I appreciate your reviews, I nearly got mugged the other day and all I had was my Gerber folder and it made me seriously question having a folder for self defense.  Just pulling it out saved my ass but if I had to use it, I would want something most substantial.  

Picked up a double agent 1 serrated today at the CS parking lot sale. The ONLY benefit of California.

Looks close to the old fashioned brass knuckles handle knife, minus the two middle finger rings and not as burly.

@PowerMadHeadBanger I can deploy this bad boy pretty fast! It takes some practice as with all blades. By the time its out of my pocket the sheath is launching at my target and blade is secure in my grip. Granted I study knife fighting and martial arts, the average joe is not going to spend the amount of time I do with knives.

There is one big question that no reviewer addressed and that is: How fast can you pass your fingers through those holes and grip the knife in a defensive situation? Because that's the problem with knives with knuckle dusters. They are too slow to grip. Now this knife is something of a semi knuckle duster knife since it has two holes so it will be a lot faster to grip than a knuckle duster knife but the question remains. How fast is to grip? Granted after you grip it's a very solid grip.

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