Knives are one of the most obvious self-defense weapons. It can scare off almost any attacker and if you do end up needing to use it, you can always depend on a knife. While it takes some training to fully understand the best ways to use a knife in a self-defense scenario, a well-trained knife user can scare away any threat.
What are the Different Types of Knives?
We offer five different types of self defense knives weapons. Here’s a quick breakdown so you can better decide which is right for you.
Automatic Knives: What sets apart wholesale automatic knives from all other knives is the way they open. Wholesale Automatic Knives use a mechanism to automatically open when you press a button or pull a trigger. This allows you to quickly unsheathe your knife and have it ready for action at a moment’s notice.
Butterfly knives: A butterfly knife spreads open with two pieces of metal that form the handle. The way a butterfly knife opens allows it to be used in a wide variety of ways for self-defense. It offers versatility although it requires practice to effectively use.
Disguised Knives: Just as the name implies, disguised knives do not look like a knife. This offers a discrete knife you can hide in plain sight so it’s ready to use when you need it most.
Folding Knives: The standard survival knife, folding knives for self defense serve a wide range of purposes from a toothed portion of the blade for cutting rope to a sharp blade for multiple purposes.
Throwing Knives: Perfectly weighted, throwing knives use a specific weight balance to allow the blade to point forwards while in the air. These small knives are intended to be used from a distance and come in a variety of sizes.
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