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I need a SOG tactical folder w/ G10 scales, or I will surely perish!!!

Discussion in 'SOG Specialty Knives' started by edrozen, Mar 24, 2000.

  1. edrozen

    edrozen

    365
    Mar 2, 2000
    Hey, slap some G10 on the Vision, and I may never have to buy another brand (or model) of knife. ever. [​IMG]
    I LOVE YOU GUYS (sniff).=--------Ed

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  2. leroys_45

    leroys_45

    626
    Oct 26, 1999
    I think that's planned for this year. Check the SOG website.
     
  3. edrozen

    edrozen

    365
    Mar 2, 2000
    WoW!!!! Sign me up for 3 of each, and 10 of the fixed blade.
     
  4. Ron Andersen

    Ron Andersen

    Mar 23, 2000
    Hi Ed,

    Yes, a G-10 handled Vision is on the way. And an inexpensive version with Zytel hanldes and a bead blasted blade. Both of these knives, along with the Titanium handled Vision will have the new ArcLock.

    Look for these in a couple of months...and yes, pictures are on SOG's website.

    [email protected]

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  5. George Hill

    George Hill

    70
    Feb 11, 2000
    I'll second the request for G-10.
    I'ld also like to see a similar version with a curved edge instead of a chisle point... kinda like the Tsunami...
     

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