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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by SW-EDC, Mar 12, 2016.
About one month ago I bought three Buck 112s, two in the automatic version and one manual model through Blue Ridge. I purchased the manual model in case we traveled to an area with knife restrictions.
I always liked the Buck 110 model, as well. However, the 112 has a choil on the front bolster that keeps your hand from sliding onto the blade.
All three were polished on the Edge Pro.
New old school!
These three this week.
AP Primordial MK2
Coming home today to find this FK2 waiting for me in the mail made my weekend. Christmas sure came early, this thing is exceptional. Looking forward to putting it to work.
Felt the need for a auto in my collection.
Was craving a Strider and so the perfect fix was a Pro-Tec Strider SNG Auto
White River, Lionsteel, and the big one is from @Tony Mont
i just have this one a couple of week ago and put a deep carry clip on it
not too bad, but I am not sure if I really like it yet
So far I prefer the native LW or the Bugout in term of ergonomics
I have to post link because I'm not paid member.
Cold Steel Drop Forged Hunter
My latest acquisitions:
A new Schatt&Morgan Sunfish, and that little fixed blade was made for me by my friend @flatblackcapo Hit him up!!
Just in from Spyderco: Gifts for the Holidays!
My brothers get a Salt 2 each. They’re in the swimming pool industry and I want to see if they can destroy the H1!
Also, I always like to have a spare knife around in case someone needs a last minute gift.
Who wouldn’t love to receive a UKPK or P3LW....though occasionally papa needs a gift for himself (and they’re both bitch’n little knives, amma right?).
The mini crooked river isnt new, but the flytanium copper scales and backspace are. My first product from them and I am impressed.
I bought this Link after work today Willy nilly at the knife shop in the mall. It's a lot of things I don't usually care for, but I liked the overall aesthetics. I wish it was 20-30% bigger, better steel and no assist.
Other than those nitpicks it's a cool knife.
Bought my first Spyderco. It's the Vrango. Small thing at 2.75" blade. But the design intrigued me. Got a good deal on a lightly used one.
Should have it within a week.