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Thread: what's your favorite axis lock and why?

  1. #21
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    Hi John,glad to be here! Thanks again for turning me on to this site. Talk w/ you soon.

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  2. #22
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    Gotta be my blue 940. Course I just got it today, so who knows. But It's so sweeeeet!!!

  3. #23
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    I'll have to go for the 710 in the M2 HS version. Someone from here steered me towards the M2 a few months ago and I have to say THANKS!!!!!!

    I cut a lot of cardboard etc. and this steel is a Timex. I have not touched the blade with a stone yet only strop and steel. It will still shoot hairs off of my arm.

    The 940 is my second favorite, but I tend towards more robust knives. The Osborne is a beauty though.

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    BM 710...

    David

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  5. #25
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    730 Ares because it fits like it was made for my hand. It carries well and seems well suited for general utility service. And, I like the funky purple and black color scheme.

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    My favorite is my 730 ares,unfortunately it is on its way to benchmade with a broken omega spring.Has anyone else had this problem.I do not abuse my knives or anything I was just opening and closing it as I watched tv and I heard a ping sound and bingo one of the springs snapped.I am sure this is a rare occurance.I have already e-mailed benchmade and they said they would repair it so I am looking forward to its return.maybe I should buy a 940 while i wait?

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