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    Question What's Your Rick Hinderer Grail!


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    Just for kicks what would be your most sought after Hinderer knife?

    Mine would be an XM-24 with the filework like like puts on some of his most fancy offerings, a very light blue, anodized lock side, a hand ground spanto blade (by Rick), flipper action with a blue/black scale and one of the new "Hinderer logo" pocket clips. That's mine.

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    That awesome skinner blade they brought to the blade show with the black frame. So sick!

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    My Orange XM-24 with bead blasted frame and Stonewash blade in CTS-XHP, my Grail ! Would not change a thing to it !
    Last edited by emel; 07-10-2011 at 06:25 AM.

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    For starters - XM-24 liner lock with ti bolsters, CF scale....Hellfire blade with a fuller!

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    Xm-24 wharnie as stated before. Bring it to daddy Rick/Rob!

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    XM-24 Fatty with HellFire grind, Orange/Black G-10 scales and a ano-stripe job on the lock side,,,,

    ,,,oh yeah, the Hinderer Fire/Horse pocketclip, .45 ACP LBS, orange ano Ti stand offs and a Brass lanyard,,,,

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    XM-24, striped or spotted ano'ed ti, and a slicer grind or spanto. . . I'm not picky. I don't even care what color the scales are, as long as they're green or black!

    Actually the one I'm waiting on is close enough. XM-24: Olive green scale, bronze ano' - Yeah baby!

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    A new non-flipper 3" xm-18 at the msrp. Who knew something so simple *for a production knife* would be so unattainable.

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    A wharny for me! Been trying to find one for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Orlando View Post
    For starters - XM-24 liner lock with ti bolsters, CF scale....Hellfire blade with a fuller!
    Oh my.. that is a tease...
    any lottery for that baby????

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    All Ti (Stonewashed) liner lock, Slicer grind. 3.5'' for me please.

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    A Fatty Custom Spanto in 3", flipper, stonewashed and grey or Ti scale.

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    For me and i'm sure the other lefty's out there would LOVE to just be able to purchase a LEFTHANDED XM-18 or XM-24. Now that would truely be Awesome. I had a righty XM-18 their really well made i thought, but it just did'nt work for me. I guess i'll stick with Emerson until Rick makes a Lefty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d762nato View Post
    For me and i'm sure the other lefty's out there would LOVE to just be able to purchase a LEFTHANDED XM-18 or XM-24. Now that would truely be Awesome. I had a righty XM-18 their really well made i thought, but it just did'nt work for me. I guess i'll stick with Emerson until Rick makes a Lefty.
    Funny you bring that up. The other night I had my XM-18 and lg Sebenza out for playtime. I was thinking about leftys and how you guys get shafted on some designs. I was able to to operate my XM-18 3.5 flipper quite well (almost as good as my right hand!), whereas the Sebenza was out of the question. I couldn't even open it. CRK does make a LH model. Rick hasn't made and any left handed models - yet!

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    XM-24, nightmare grind, tumbled/stonewash finish lockside, frag-pattern ti scale- also tumbled/stonewash finish and tip to end dlc coated; purchased directly from Rick at a show, of course after having the winning lottery ticket.

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    all black, 18, 3in, no flipper

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    Left-handed XM's...that's my ultimate dream knife!

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    XM-24 with orange carbon fiber scales and a blade made from B-U K390 steel at RC 63-64.

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    XM-18, spear-point custom flipper with smooth CF scale, and bronze anodized Ti. I'm fairly easy.
    "The edge is a wondrous thing" - Sal
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    Quote Originally Posted by dark impaler View Post
    XM-24, nightmare grind, tumbled/stonewash finish lockside, frag-pattern ti scale- also tumbled/stonewash finish and tip to end dlc coated; purchased directly from Rick at a show, of course after having the winning lottery ticket.
    You have good taste dark impaler

    Mine is the same, sans dlc coating and purchased direct from the farm - what can I say, I'm a hermit!!

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