Knife1 wrote: ↑Sat Nov 09, 2019 2:54 amI know both of these are way to small to really be a dedicated self defense knife, but just to entertain the idea in theory for a self defense knife would a better option be a cricket or a ladybug? The cricket has the reverse S blade going for it plus the tip works like a miniature claw tearing as it makes contact. However, this can also be its weakness since the tip is too small and sometimes can get caught in something like denim without continuing to cut. The ladybug is a straight forward blade and can be had in zpd 189 which is pretty sharp. This one always slices through anything but doesn't tear. I'm guessing assuming the crickets claw doesn't get caught in cloth it can do much more damage than a clean cut from the ladybug, but I guess you do run the risk of it snatching and no more cutting with the cricket whereas the ladybug has no such risk. However, since this is all theoretical since I haven't personally tested any of these I'm wondering if someone has actually tested these and what they found.
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