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RMK finally made something practical.
Heeeey. That Camillus Cuda is practical. Try NOT to cut some rope with that.
The reviewer really liked that iteration of the AXIS lock. Like him, I wonder what the "third nipple" is for.
I think it has to.
Really cool! That was nice of both your friend and Ken Onion.
I certainly wouldn't sell to the OP after reading this thread. :/ That would be just looking for trouble.
I don't own a Strider.
I don't know, man. I feel (without doing an actual count) like I saw a bunch of them announced at Shot. Particularly small ones.
No subforum specifically for that. There are some manufacturer subforums with that information. Also, some individual threads. You'll have to hunt...
Gavin has essentially admitted that this is the case. He's characterized it as the opposite of the MUDD (which was designed for dirty, hard use)....
Oooooh, $65.00. How did I miss that?
Honestly, $6.50 is not bad.
I find fixed blade EDC to be a bit overcompensatory.
Some new stuff: prototyping in steel, view of the backspacer/lock bar.
Of course, it's possible that Benchmade had any number of overseas patents. I doubt it but I don't know.
It seems that I am having difficuly...
Yeah, but those were made before the patent expired (illegally).
I believe that it would fall under the "no illegal locks" clause. :) Though I am interested in it. Was it very similar?
I'm really looking for locks that are directly derivative of the AXIS. Essentially, locks that would have violated the now-expired patent.
One of my favorite aspects of the knife maker's art is in the different mechanisms, especially locks. One of the great modern locks is the AXIS...