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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Eli Chaps, Jul 6, 2020.
Tommy Ware (Wano Knives)
Fällkniven TK-Two in Three-G steel with a Thermorun handle and a Benchmade Tengu Toy
Those unique love-marks that come with use in the finish of CRK Titanium.
Today T is for Sage Two, in titanium, of course, paying tribute to the Chris Reeve integral lock. Oh, just looked at my pic and recalled the knife was made in Taichung, Taiwan.
Schrade Old Timer
Thick and Thin
T is for Top Turley
T is also for SAK Timekeeper
Awesome. Mine was yanked by some Tool at the TSA.
T is for Trapper cutting some Toast.
Taiwanese Throwing Knife
weak but determined to make it to Z round 3
The Bestech Zen is definitely Undersized...
U is for User. I have several times bought mid-tech knives as such to be such, receiving functionally excellent, quality blades for modest prices and eliminating the angst of that first scratch or snail trail. This one is a Scotch-brited Umnumzaan that I bought a number of years ago for my son, who actually has no compunctions about marking up a new knife anyway.
Apologies to seller @PeteyTwoPointOne for leeching his pics as I have none of my own.
U is for User(my SAK Mountaineer)
U is also for Made in USA