Thursday, April 19, 2012

Cold Steel Honey Comb Hairbrush

Via The Moneychanger

Here's another example that whether you are a "terrorist" or a "patriot" depends on your standpoint. On 19 April 1861 Marylanders in Baltimore withstood foreign (Massachusetts) troops crossing their city to invade the South. To Lincoln, they were a mob, to Maryland, patriots.


I'm going to get one for Dixie to go along with her pen knife.

Via Mausers and Muffins

Look smart and feel secure anywhere with our personal grooming aid, the Honey Comb. Precision manufactured at great expense, it has the innocuous appearance of a simple hairbrush, but the fully functional brush also acts as a sheath that conceals a highly effective stiletto dagger! The 3 1/2" long dagger has a 1/2" thick cruciform cross section and tapers to a needle like point, while the superbly designed handle is designed to facilitate almost any gripping method.

For the ultimate in strength and stiffness, the Honey Comb's cruciform dagger has been precision injection molded from Zytel a tough, stiff nylon and fiberglass composite that contains no metal and is impervious to the elements.With its innocent appearance and usefulness both as a dagger and a hairbrush, we believe the Honey Comb is the all around answer to personal defense at home at work or overseas. As a hairbrush it's particularly appropriate in glove compartments, travel luggage, or a woman's handbag and will look perfectly natural in virtually any environment. Its light weight, and effectiveness make it an ideal self-defense weapon especially for women. It's a great value for the money and is easily appropriate gift for Christmas, birthdays or graduations.Specifications:Weight : 2.2 oz.Overall : 7 7/8" w/o brush8 1/4" w/ brush,

$8.96 at Amazon


  1. Nice.

    This is just what we talked about yesterday.

    Inconspicuous in the purse, but a clear advantage.