Paypal generating 1099 forms. If you sell a knife for what you paid, or less if used, that wouldn t be a taxable event, would it? But you might have to have proof of what you paid for your knives. That could be a problem.
I agree that it is a solid knife. I ve been carrying mine in the bottom of my pocket as a second carry knife for the last 6-8 months. And doing 90% of my cutting with it. It s a great little workhorse.
I loosen the clips on my Cold Steel knives by putting my thumb on the clip just down from the screws and the bending the distal end of the clip a bit with needle nose pliers. Just a bit at a time. Pretty easy, actually.
A lot of these are backups for knives I use and really like a lot. And got on a great sale. Some of these backups were for limited edition knives.
Edit: I just read powernoodle s note and I understand completely. I like having back ups. My wife thinks I m a hoarder!! I call it just...
Interesting about the Resilience. I guess the price is a factor.
I agree with you about the triad lock. Before I started using triad locks, my favorite lock was the Spyderco compression lock.
I hope Andrew Demko is receiving royalties for the triad.