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    Color Coded Tweeners


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    Nice! What are those made of? Kydex?

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    Is the swedge on that 15... SHARPENED!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erdbeereis View Post
    Nice! What are those made of? Kydex?
    Even better... G-10.


    Quote Originally Posted by JustAFleshWound View Post
    Is the swedge on that 15... SHARPENED!?
    No, but it oughta' be.


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    They look sweet! Can you tell the difference in hand with the thickness when you added the liners?

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    Yeah, you can really tell it. You do have to get longer screws to make 'em work.


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    Man I really need to get a Saber Grind 16 , I might have to get a crappy fpr etched one again

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    Looks good. I'm hoping to get mine soon. I need a reason to photograph my family, and all the changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guyon View Post
    No, but it oughta' be.
    Really? Why is it shiny then? For a firesteel?

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    Look at the top edges of the other two.
    Same shiny line. It's just the lighting.
    I was just making a joke about "it oughta' be."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Guyon View Post
    Look at the top edges of the other two.
    Same shiny line. It's just the lighting.
    I was just making a joke about "it oughta' be."
    Oh, okay. I was "blinded by the light" I guess.

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    Nice little collection you got there. So pristine!

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    Those liners of his look awfully nice.

    All the Pretty Protos, all inna row

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    Looks good! Thanks for posting up the pic.

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