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My son was home from college for holiday break and was admiring my SOG Twitch II, which I'd guess I've had for about 8 - 10 years. I would like to pick one up for him, but have had to send back several mail or web ordered knives in the past year or two because they are made in China & Taiwan. These have included "tried and true" brands such as Cold Steel, Buck, SOG and a few others.
Anybody know where the newest SOG Twitch II is manufactured?
I'm sure he won't carry it in his school backpack, but when he's outdoors at home. Thanks for your input.
The knife itself does not indicate a country of origin.
I have a Twitch II which I like okay. The blade has quite a bit of side-to-side play. I wouldn't use it for anything too heavy, but it's nice for general cutting..just my opinion, of course..
I do believe on the packaging it said "Gunny tested..." whatever that means
i previously carried a twitch 2 and it has the record of longest use out of a knife for me. it is aus 8 but im not sure about where its made.i love mine though
i got my twitch 2 about two years ago at a large sporting goods store. recently i saw that a local big name hardware store carries a twitch 2 with a plastic handle for the same price. a review on youtube mentions the side to side blade play being pretty bad on the plastic model. my two year old twitch 2 locks up solid and stays that way.
I've had my Twitch II for a couple of years. Use it as my "suit knife". Locks up well,no blade play and the blade takes a razor sharp edge.
i have a SOG twitch 2 and the blade wiggles more than any other knife i own.
I just received twitch 2 as a gift. Really neat little knife. Packed with one of a kind features, assisted lock back with flipper. USA all the way, don't send you money over seas.
As long as the quality is there (spyderco for example) I dont think it should matter where its made, just look at the knife and if its quality, then it is. People made it and were paid to do so, doesn't matter where imo as long as its made properly!
My first "real" knife was a flash II and it was great, ive heard bad things about them since (i lost my first one it was years ago) I hope the QC hasnt gone down, im tempted to grab one since they're relatively cheap.
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