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    First Ever Sebenza


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    And I couldn't be happier. I sold many knives to get this and I'm so glad I did.











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    Hey, That looks Kinda familiar

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    Looks great Ash!! I'm sure you won't miss those others when you're using this one!!
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    Yea it would look familiar since you sold it to me.

    @2Dead your right as of now I'm missing nothing but looking for anything that needs cut.


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    Nice knife, congrats and enjoy.

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    Welcome to the wonderful world of the Sebenza!

    Congratulations, enjoy, Enjoy, ENJOY!
    "The edge, there is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over" -Hunter S. Thompson

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    Awesome - seen a bunch of Sebs on the forums with inserts and graphics and all but I have to say I still prefer the stock standard version.

    I have the CF scales large version and I like it more and more each time I use or carry it, I'm sure you will too... fyi I just got the insingo and if I had my time again I would probably get yours over the CF version.

    Enjoy!

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    It only took me two years to talk you into it.

    Seriously tho, I'm glad to see your finally giving one a try.

    They sure do look good all brand new and pretty. But for me, there's just something about a well pocket worn Sebenza that's seen a few years of good use.

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    Yes Luke it did take awhile as that was a big hunk of change for me but I'm glad I did it.

    Now I'm disappointed that its being discontinued though, and that I want a 25. What did you start?
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    Just picked up a small sebenza myself. I love it! Got me a new edc.

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    Hi brother,
    The sebenza 21 will be the best EDC forever! Original, simple maintenance, highest quality and dependable. Just my choice and humble thought.
    Enjoy!
    Last edited by MANOEL Veiga de CARVALHO; 06-28-2012 at 08:56 AM.

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    Yup its turning out to be a nice edc.

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    Congrats, I love that little titanium bead on the lanyard too, it dresses it up!

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    Great choice. You won't regret it.
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    Yea that lanyard is sweet. I was wondering though if I could take it out remove the blue cord and redo it with orange and the bead. Not sure but I believe it could be done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knife Crazied View Post
    Yea that lanyard is sweet. I was wondering though if I could take it out remove the blue cord and redo it with orange and the bead. Not sure but I believe it could be done.

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    Ya you can do that. I do it all the time with mine. I just cut the para cord on an extreme angle in order to get it through that tiny pin hole. Sometimes it takes a few try's because of the para cord freying and needs a little help from the lighter but it's manageable. You can also leave all 7 strands in doing it this way.

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    Congrats .....It's all down hill from here though.

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    I know I now want one with damascus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knife Crazied View Post
    I know I now want one with damascus.

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    Lol,
    yep it's a fine line. And once you step over it. It's hard to go back.

    I guess you now understand why I haven't really been bothering with other knives for the past while.

    I've bought two knives over the last two years. A large Sebenza that I EDC'ed for a straight year, and an Umnumzaan that I carried for a little over six months before I switched back to the Sebenza.
    I guess I'm just content because I haven't felt the need to seek out the next best knife like I was doing before. If I would have bought a Sebenza right off the bat it probably would have saved me a ton of money.

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