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Stridor (Latin for "creaking or grating noise") is a high-pitched breath sound resulting from turbulent air flow in the larynx or lower in the bronchial tree. It is different from a stertor which is a noise originating in the pharynx. Stridor is a physical sign which is caused by a narrowed or obstructed airway. It can be inspiratory, expiratory or biphasic, although it is usually heard during inspiration. Inspiratory stridor often occurs in children with croup. It may be indicative of serious airway obstruction from severe conditions such as epiglottitis, a foreign body lodged in the airway, or a laryngeal tumor. Stridor should always command attention to establish its cause. Visualization of the airway by medical experts equipped to control the airway may be needed.
Black G10, flamed lock side, black oxide blade, custom tritium clip screw, 45ACP and 38 Special LBS. It is a user with great lock up.
Top on my want list is a J Frame, preferably a shrouded hammer “humpback”, but open to all J Frames.
Next would be a Glock in 9mm or .45ACP
Also into German...
1st gen Strider SMF full size s30v folder.
With rare BOS heat treating
This has been used and abused, I am the second owner. It was in rough shape when I got it. The previous owner decided the jimping on the Ti side was too “aggressive” and watered it down. I went ahead and had my guy put...