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Any hope for this in a non-flipper version?
No, but Cold Steel has. The bugout did really well for what it is, breaking at around 160 pounds. The air lite was also impressive holding 250 lbs...
Nice knives. In my humble opinion, the tri-way pivot and steel lock bar inserts are gimmicky at best. However, I could look past them if Rick were...
The ignorance (and arrogance) of your posts had me thinking I was browsing Facebook for a minute.
I was thinking if it were a used Zaan without the over travel disc someone might have bent out some of the lock bar tension. What were you doing...
Ive seen you tell this story quite a few times so I’m curious:
Was the knife bought new from a dealer?
Was it an old Zaan without the over...
they do if you use enough force
nope. Your observations are exactly the same as mine
yes this is the point
I really like this knife and I’m probably gonna regret selling it, but other hobbies are currently competing for funds so I’m gonna let this one...
I voted for Sal, but Thompson definitely deserves a nod for that heroic display of epic
Anyone see this yet?
in all fairness the bugout did really well for what it is. Love my Airlite, we need a US made version with M4 steel.
I don’t agree or disagree with the test. It is what it is. Cold Steel has the strongest lock in the world. CRK has far better build quality. I...
Zaan is my recommendation
That looks really good and probably functions better than the thumb stud. Too bad it voids the warranty.
Sebenza 21 insingo
Had my insingo on the exchange for a couple of days. Glad no one bit before I came to my senses.
I really miss my beast. Should have never sold it.
Yes premium or not a frame lock is not the most rigid lock there is. I currently own two CRK’s. I’ve owned a Hinderer and a Strider in the past. I...
nonsense, you can make any liner or frame lock come off the stop pin with enough force. The lock bar is flexing toward the spine, not sliding...