Getting the EDGE!

Tom Patire column
Simply put, when you deal with any hostile situation, you deal with the moment, and that moment relies on what, how, and where you’re attacked. One must realize that an edge weapon is a very up-close and personal weapon. Unlike the firearm, which projects an object by pulling a trigger, the edge weapon slices and dices and does unforgiving damage, especially if the blade is serrated. Pulling the trigger on a firearm is much easier than getting close with a blade and shredding your victim. I consider an edge weapon a very personal and vengeance-type weapon. As one convicted murderer told me during an interview for a book I wrote:

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