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Discussion in 'Chris Reeve Knives' started by Glock Guy, Jul 9, 2017.
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Here are a few more beauties I ran across recently...
Ooops... Almost forgot about these guys.
Aquired mine in 1996. Been a daily driver ever since.
Guess I didn't get the memo that photobucket was a pain in the ass :/
Nearly everyone has hat to switch to some other photo hosting site. Photobucket wants to charge for 3rd party hosting (forums) @~ $400/year
That's ok.. I'm gonna delete my account on photobucket anyway. I don't post very often, and their popup ads are atrocious.
Until I figure out how to post on blade forums again, I'll just admire the photo's off my own server.. Thanks,
Received this Inkosi Feb 2016. Earned some wear.
User small lefty:
Old Line Drive I got in a trade before:
After a cleanup:
Oh heck, one more:
Equal opportunity lefty CRK user:
Funny how they all show wear differently despite VERY similar carry and usage.
Just realized it's not JUST folders.
Out and about runnin' to the doctors for end of the year visits, I've been usin' the plain Jane 25 t do most of my tasks. Look at it closely because it's on it way to becoming well worn and weathered.
Knice knives Brian, if happiness is a well used, well loved Sebenza, you Brian are one happy guy. .
I bought a large and a small when the insingo blade was introduced. I used the small quite a bit
Here's my entire collection, the bulk of which I can thank a member here for in different stages of wear. They all get carried and used and all will continue to develop character. The order they were acquired,
1) Small Plain Jane 21
2) Small Diamond Plate Graphic 21
3) Large Gabon Ebony inlay 21
4) Plain Jane 25
Thanks to the members here on the CRK forum and a special thanks to an anonymous member here who has had a big influence on my collection and because of him I carry a Sebenza every day without fail. Someone asked me if I lost such an expensive knife would I replace it? I had a friend who lost a small regular Sebenza many years ago and never carried any blade over $100 after that, After almost 5 years of EDCing a Sebenza I can say with certainty that I would replace it immediately. I cant imagine walkin' out the door without one.