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Damascus blades hold up just fine to everyday cutting tasks. Put them in your pocket and don't worry.
Yeah, that lanyard hole is horrible. The contoured handles more than make up for it though. More companies need to contour their handles.
They are out now at some dealers. This looks like a sweet knife for the price.
Who is getting one?
Check out Steve Ryan knives. Old school overbuilt knives.
No, like most striders it doesnt cut well.
what's the appeal of a knife like this? I owned one of these at one point and it didnt cut worth a damn because of it's overly thick blade/obtuse...
check out t.k. steingass knives. I believe some of his user grade subhilts can be had for slightly over 500
In theory yes, but it doesnt quite work out that way.
Thanks, that's what I was looking for. Some insight on why makers are doing this. It still doesnt make sense though...I would rather have a frayed...
Here's a picture to show what I'm talking about if I didn't explain it well enough.
Also be aware that my intent is not to bash any makers...
I have to talk about something that's been bothering me. I see knives being made where the pocket clip, not only has no tension, but the pocket...
Allen Elishewitz does small runs of production knives.
Tip down makes it much easier and faster to pull the knife from my pocket and make a cut.
Threads like this help the people making these counterfeits make a better counterfeit.
Can't they do something about that aluminum bolster?
That is magnificent.
What are you guys using the Darn Dao for?