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I got mine in the mail yesterday (brown sawcut bone) and man these are some really nice knives. I could not be more impressed with the quality and...
I caved, I got one in the brown sawcut bone. Something about the clip point, nice bone and the bolster marking really did it for me.
Not the most aesthetic pic, but here's a Dan Graves fixed and a Unibroue Blanche de Chambly.
That was quick. Gorgeous us piece.
Lol if you have to build up your finger muscle to flip a knife than the problem is the knife and not the user.
All of the knives you posted are truly special. The Kyle Royer Dagger could have won best Damascus and gotten no arguments from me.
Love the classic pairings. Nothing like an American made .22 lever action and folding knife.
I'm in! thanks Spark!
Damn. Sad as hell to see this. CM is a Bladeforums icon. RIP man, hopefully wherever you're at now is a place with big knives and cute cats.
They have that promotion at my local minor league ballpark as well! I enjoy paying $10 to sit behind home plate and getting to watch some of the...
I just received my knife today and I couldn't be happier. Smooth action, really nice walk and talk. Fit and finish on mine is dare I say superb....
It definitely is a chunky little guy but is a knife that is .04" behind the edge rendered unusable or just un-optimal?
That was the first thing that caught my eye when looking at this piece.
This is a fair point. One of the biggest issue with Queen is they came out with uneven grinds making it a pain in the you know what to...
The "It's not a GEC so I don't like it" review...
If being .04 behind the edge renders a knife un-usable to you than you should probably only...
I'm glad you posted this as I was about to make a comment about the hump. I think the blade design is ugly as sin but if it contributes to the...
What is the make and model of that slip joint?
GECs 1095 via a Northwoods presidential
Praise well deserved. You describe your piece as utilitarian but you are selling your self short. Beautiful.