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Thread: My Large Regular Sebenzas

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    My Large Regular Sebenzas


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    Thought I would post pics of my large regular sebenzas. I have sold a couple over the years, mainly plain ones, but all in all, they are keepers for me. Sorry for the poor pics, I gathered everything to go outside to take pics and it started pouring rain, so had to do them indoors. Then my wife came home and shut the lights off....lol. I can't win...lol.

    Enjoy The Pics Guys. I also have several of my newest one, the Unique Graphic with the signwave like machining all the way across the scale ( bottom left of group pic. and next 3 pics). She is a beauty.

    Group Pic

    Unique Graphic

    Unique Graphic

    Unique Graphic

    BG-42 Pair. The top one was my First Sebenza.

    In God We Trust

    Unique Graphic

    Custom CRK Engraved NCIS Sebenza

    Stars & Stripes

    Native American

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    Okay Okay, I had to post a pic of my Large P Sebenza, it was lonely.

    Large P Sebenza

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    Very nice sir.
    Question: at what point did they start doing the cord bar on the regulars?

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    Just lovely! You got me all nostalgic, so I withdrew my sale of my large regular, they are just so great!
    Thanks for the picture montage.

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    Holy crap I love those!!!!! If you ever fall victim to a head injury or temporarily go insane and decide to sell that Native American Seb, hit me up

    Great collection!

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    Nice, I really love the new graphic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiverRat84 View Post
    Holy crap I love those!!!!! If you ever fall victim to a head injury or temporarily go insane and decide to sell that Native American Seb, hit me up

    Great collection!
    That Large Regular Native American was the last one I seen on a dealers site. It was there for while and I just had to get it. I do wish I had gotten the small one, but I waited like a year to long...lol. Its a cool design to say the least. That and the Stars & Stripes are probably my 2 favorite CGG, but the In God We Trust is sweet too. Both Unique Graphics are nice as well. Like I said, Lisa is amazing. A True Artist.

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    They are all very nice, I especially like the Native American

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    I am not at all of Native American heritage, but I really like that pattern.

    I tried to order one a while back, but it was just a website mistake and was not really in stock. Angering.

    Hopefully the new 25 will bring some really cool new graphic designs with it.
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    Gotta love the regulars, stars and stripes is a classic. Great group of regulars

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    You have some cool knives there, but IMO the plain Regular is the knife of knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haze View Post
    You have some cool knives there, but IMO the plain Regular is the knife of knives.
    Agreed, the plain BG-42's have an all business look to them.
    Nice collection.

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    nice looking bunch

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    I do admit that the Regular design is the most appealing!

    Nice group! I wish I had more funds to get a good collection going!

    I especially like that Large P though! That would make a good user!

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    I am in, thanks for the chance to win one!






















    Awesome collection! I have always loved the Regular

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    For soemthing termed regular, they are quite special.
    Lookin good.
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    Great looking collection!

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    Looks great, Tom

    Thanks for posting.
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    I have a plain regular that I had as a safe queen. I recently took it out and began using it and it has now knocked the Umnumzaan off my hip. I think it is the best cutting instrument ever created.

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