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    Grayman Satu


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    I have got the fever for one of these big boys. I think it would go good with the Duo I own. Is these knives to big for pocket carry? I carry a ZT 200 some and it doesn't bother me at all. How do you all think they compare to the Duo? It is one knife I really like. The fit and finish are great on these.
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    Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razor View Post
    Grayman Stau
    You had one job ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BladeScout View Post
    You had one job ...
    Hahaha.

    "Stau" , "knifes". What's next ?

    Anyway , I always thought the Satu looked nice.
    Can't wait for a knife with an Adamantium blade !!!

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    I prefer the Grayman Duo.

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    I have had two. Lol
    Ray

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    I had a Satu and it is kind of heavy in the pocket, I think 10 ounces or better. The Satu is a stout folder and with the bronze washers in it...it is one smooth deployed folder. It's a lot of knife for the money and if you like big folders this is a good one. I'd like it better though without the recurve blade.

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    I have on and love it. Pocket machete is what my friends call it. It's in my Edc rotation and I have no problems carrying it. It got some lock rock about a year ago so I sent it to Grayman and they replaced the Ti side no charge. Now it is super smooth. Flys open and drops shut.

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    I'm looking at picking up a Satu here real soon myself. I carry a Medford Arktika and it's weighing in at 12.88 ounces, not the lightest pocket cutter around and tends to disappear once its on you long enough. But after you carry it for awhile everything else seems like a feather. I believe the Satu will carry just fine but if you find the need Grayman sells a sheath for the Satu.

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    www.Lantacknives.com is a stocking dealer for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade814 View Post
    www.Lantacknives.com is a stocking dealer for them
    Pulling your own rope, I see. It's all good though.

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    Someone has to do it , I love these Graymans, I will have some more coming.

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