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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Saturday, Buck 110 LT
Probably a bit much for work.....
Seems adequate enough to me John.
Cherry Blossom in Newark NJ .
This is one that is also in my current rotation of edc folders. Great slicer and deceptively strong for heavy cutting. I like the hap40 blade.
Chaparral for the last couple of days
Got a link for that clip?
Rips garage tech scales and clip.
Great minds think alike!
It is such a great knife. I’ve said it so many times, but it’s true. Spydies really shine when you actually USE them. This is the most wonderfully thin blade I own in this length. Great edge retention and sharpening ease with Hap40. And when you need to grab a handful and really bear down and rip through something, great ergos and leverage on that handle.
Just a killer overall package. I had to carry it every day for a while for all that to really finally click.
You'll never guess... (saying Glock 19 doesn't count. Ha...)
I'm only carrying it because I put in my pocket just after I bought it, which I did purely out of curiosity. I had to know what a $3.87 knife from Wallyworld looked, felt and operated like. I have to say...I'm pretty darn amazed. Reasonably sharp, solid lock up, adjustable pivot and no blade play. It's certainly no BM, Spydie or Kershaw (don't even know what steel was used), but...I've been thinkin' about what I paid for most of my knives and how I could buy 40 or more of these with the money spent on one of them. LOL
(If I'd realized it was tip down carry only I might not have gotten it. Ha...)
Just got this Bubinga Wood Kwaiken in yesterday!