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I wear the knife on my belt in a sheath. I use this knife as a multi-purpose knife like a utility knife, I am also an out-doors person and hike often and fish and hunt. For me the knife is a handy tool.
The day I got the ticket I had went into a Dollar General to pick up some feminie products while I was out visiting my boyfriends family in Krebs oklahoma. Someone in the store saw my knife handle sticking up off my belt buckle. The person called the police and said that I was carrying a gun. When I walked out of the store the officer was waiting in his car for me to come out. He stopped me and I showed him it wasn't a gun and it was a knife. He did not take the knife, and he did not arrest me he gave me a $257 dollar ticket.
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