Ambidexterous grip gripes

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Jan 9, 1999
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Perhaps the most annoying thing I've found about knife companies (particularly one-handed knife producers) is that they really don't take lefties into account. There are exceptions, of course--EDI's Genesis and Spyderco's Endura--but for most intents and purposes, there aren't many left-handed knives I've seen.

There are one-handed folders with studs on both sides of the knife, but there's often a non-moveable/removable clip in the way that makes opening awkward at best.

Does anyone else have this problem, or is it all just in my head?
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And are there any knives that I should look at, bearing in mind that a moveable clip is a good thing?
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Oct 3, 1998
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I have the same problem.If your looking for a good knife try out the BM Axis , it is truly ambidexterous. I mainly collect knives but will not really buy something unless I could use it if neccessary.I think thats the biggest reason why I collect alot of autos.They are easy to use with either hand.I was really thinking about a new MT Hawk but if you look at the handle it is definitely a right hand peoplr only knife.Unfortunatley there are not enough lefties around to Make the companies produce left handed knives. Maybe someday........

Nick
 
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