The 2 Kerambits are double edged daggers. Making them completely legal in Al. Little known knife law in Alabame. You can walk down the street with a double edged sword and it’s legal. I would probably get hassled somewhat but they are legal. The pocket folders are identical, they have seatbelt cutters and glass breakers, strictly for rescue work. We have very strange knife laws in Al. But if you know them, it’s fairly navigable. Now if the Kerambits were single edged they would be illegal and considered a Bowie Knives. I don’t think it shows but they are Damascus steel. I collect Damascus blades.
I took Escrima for years, it’s a Filipino stick fighting art, but you can replace the sticks with Kerambits and it’s still the same. I’ve always loved Kerambits they are such a beautiful blade.
The “shottie” is a Kel-Tec KSG, dual receivers that hold 7 rounds each in each receiver plus one in the pipe. Can switch between receivers with a wrist twitch ( had a longer switch put in so I didn’t have to take hands off). It also has a muzzle brake due to it being a bullpup shotgun. The charging handle is a Hawke with a high count lumem light, also stroboscopic if needed, and a laser. A 14 round saddle mounted on the rail on top and a single point sling. Plus a couple interior mods. She shoots like a dream. Even my 5’4" wife shoots her.
The handcuff key is a lifelong habit, I actually have handcuff keys in my belts. Long story, definitely a hard “R” story. Not family friendly.
One last secret edit I have 3 additional mags for each handgun. I swap mags monthly, just in case due to stressing the springs.