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Dalton Bali

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Gunfighter123, Aug 8, 2010.

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  1. Gunfighter123

    Gunfighter123 Member

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    Thought it was time to poat a pic of a Robbie Dalton Frequent Flyer Bali I got awhile ago ----- a pure fighter -- not really a "flipper".

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    Nice to see Robbie doing a bali. I assume that there's not enough weight in the handles to make flipping it easy.
     
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    Love those Daltons!
     
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    Daltons makes some wickedly cool knives. I'm on the lookout for an "Luck of the Irish" auto that he made. I thought I had landed one at Blade this year, but alas it didn't work out. Nice Bali though!
     
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    HSO ---- all these "young" people are used to light handles and they flip them VERY WELL. Old Farts like me remember when the ONLY Balis you could get were brass framed/handled FHM --- or the old Hackman {sp?} red plastic handled "sportsmen" Bali -- that was the first Bali I ever owned -- about 30 years ago !!!

    BTW --- last week , I got another Dalton Bali --- a "gold Devil " --- it has METAL handles and I like it much better then the G10 handled Freq. Flyer ---- I will post some photos of it tomorrow.

    And in closeing --- that Robbie Dalton guy SURE KNOWS how to make a "fighting" Bali !!!
     
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