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My new EDC

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I have been carrying this guy for a bit and it has become and will be my main EDC as I can't find anything wrong with it. I've owned a few Sebenzas but I always wanted a Small Classic as an EDC and I finally shelled out the dough...I couldn't be happier as it is made as well as Mr. Reeve's Hollow Handled Knives. :)

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BTW, is this guy Snake Wood or Iron Wood or another?
 
congrats, that's not only a great looking sebbie but an excellent choice of an EDC :thumbup:
 
Nice knife! Looks like snakewood. One of the best things Chris did IMHO is add the inlays to the LE's and the classics. Neil at True North has a couple LH Classic inlay in snakewood that I'm trying real hard to resist.;)
 
Nice knife! Looks like snakewood. One of the best things Chris did IMHO is add the inlays to the LE's and the classics. Neil at True North has a couple LH Classic inlay in snakewood that I'm trying real hard to resist.;)

I'm eyeing the same two knives..........:D :D
 
Nice knife! Looks like snakewood. One of the best things Chris did IMHO is add the inlays to the LE's and the classics. Neil at True North has a couple LH Classic inlay in snakewood that I'm trying real hard to resist.;)

Thanks! I like the left handed Seb although my more dominant hand is right. My CRK dealer, who was the FIRST North American dealer, has a LH, Small, Regular in BG-42 which I almost want to get because I am partially ambidextrous. The inserts on the Sebenza give it an old time look, which I really like as it has new age functioning to go along with it. :D
 
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