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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Ha!! That little thing looks like it's a complete riot!! That's an excellent carry also, Paul!
Pulled out my Direware Solo V5 to play around with today.
Has an REK regrind and recently back from a Direware spa treatment and anodize/recoat.
Minty fresh with excellent blade geometry.
Thanks Forrest, it's a BLAST just crusin around town (pretty much limited to in town use) and in town crusin is what I bought it for
Compliments back at ya for that AMAZING Dozier and some really nice (rare) GEC's of late Enjoy your weekend and possibly a good smoke
M4 Ritter Grip for CF Friday.
Benchmade McHenry & Williams in M2HS and Case Mini-Trapper
Thanks! I've seen the Ember unsheathed, but with only the handle to go on I couldn't ID it. Such a gorgeous little knife!
I'm still in Cambria country this morning. After that, we'll see.
The one on the left.
The Cambria really is a fun, well built folder, amirite!? I like many of the same things you do about it. Incredible blade to handle ratio, and that addictive action.. I can see why you’re content hanging out in Cambria country!
‘Jumboooo!!! Looks awesome! How are the ergos for you? I’m stoked to get hands on one. Congrats, and enjoy!
Im going with flipper Friday!
Thanks ! Ergos are all great, except I have to get used to the missing choil on this one (my other 4" Spydercos all have one). Great blade to handle ratio, handle is like a quarter inch shorter than the Military. Weight is ~150g, similar to - say - a 3.5 XM18 - not bad at all and feels sturdy. Incredible tip and thin/hollow grind ... First time I enjoy Michael's design, the jimbo always seemed on the small side.
Fat Daddy Friday