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some models havbe, some don't.
For the definitive guide of SAKs and their implements,
nothing to add to what DocJD said, these are beauties and will perform adequately in any steel you choose
and I've only gotten problems...
wow forgot about that one.
These are the good old Gerbers
knives you could trust, use and rely on. Both the small and big Gators are...
just know there are some reports of broken drivers (too much torsion and torque) and the prybar implement has broken on many Center Drive's users....
since 1997, SAKing your wallet :thumbsup:
that burrito is full food-art, though :thumbsup:
they are very nice "sharpened prybars" in that they will stand up to abuse, prying, batoning and all wild uses, being thick and heavy as a result....
Some already mentioned, some not. That I've had my hands on, and can recommend:
Kershaw OSO Sweet. As the name says, sweet in the opening action,...
wow those look nice. :thumbsup:
Older shears always seemed better to me, all of my (and my friend's) newer ones just don't cut it, in this...
get the Tasman 1! :thumbsup: