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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Love that Medford!!
Those look Hot!!
What’s going on with that clip on the flashlight that folds back up over itself? Is there a reason for that or just a stylistic choice?
You can't imagine it until you try one! I eat one and begged to die! It burns for 20 minutes, the next day when it exit's the building is worse than eating it..
So you’re saying flames shoot out your .....
Funny thing. Since you asked why I preferred Hinderers to CRKs, I've started carrying CRKs again for some reason. Only Sebenza I have is a wood inlayed one, so I was thinking of picking up either a Knife Art CF or PJ model. Leaning heavily towards the PJ. I just have to make up my mind on what blade shape to get.
First off I’ll say that just today I purchased a lightly used Knifeart exclusive gen 5 xm-18 20cv sheepsfoot that I can also blame on that very conversation. As to the sebenzas I have the Knifeart carbon fiber drop point that I love too much to be anything other than a “dress knife”. All my other CRK’s are PJ’s that I throw in my pocket without a care, not because I don’t love them as much but they just have that workhorse feel. I personally prefer the insingo in the 21 because the blade itself is taller from edge to spine.
LOL looks like we got to each other I think you'll like that knife when you get it. I love mine. I also do the same with my PJ CRKs in regards to throwing them in the pocket. I think the PJ models look a lot better when the scales have some wear on them. That's a good point on the insingo blade. Plus, my inlayed one is a drop point so you could argue that I already have the Sebenza with that blade, so go for the insingo.
Lazy Saturday, and feeling a bit coppery.
Carrying light today:
Got to carry this one today