Separate names with a comma.
I say "bladeforums 2021" :cool:
No one needs to figure out some code for this stupid year! :eek::D
They shipped a BM Bugout to me in Canada. No issues whatsoever.
A pleasure to do business with. :thumbsup:
Lots of delusional going on here! o_O:confused: But that is Survive!s favourite kind customer! :rolleyes::thumbsup:
The British accent inside my head is atrocious!
That's a pretty huge assumption for an online forum!
Their logo, yes that is true.
No need for clone pics here. We've already seen them.
Companies aren't claiming traditional patterns as their own creations.
In 200 years all IP for the Manix will be long expired.
Those traditional designs are not "stolen". Case etc. have never claimed to have invented those patterns. In 200 years it might be perfectly...
I would call that a counterfeit and that's even worse than a clone.
And in the year 2250 that will be true.
No, it's not the same. Making a traditional design does not harm the industry or our hobby. It also does not discourage innovation.
Clones are exact copies of the "look".
Yes, we will. :thumbsup:
Intellectual property law deals with the rules for securing and enforcing legal rights to inventions, designs, and artistic works. Just as the law...
What makes you think that CRK isn't the owner of their designs?
The authority comes from Intellectual Property law. How enforceable it is, is another question and probably varies from case to case. I am no...
It is not the exact same thing. The traditional designers are long gone and their designs are in the public domain. They cannot be "ripped off"....
And you are going into business selling them? It certainly would make you a scumbag cloner. As far as legalities go, I would consult with the...
Chris Reeve Knives has design claims on your Sebenza 21.