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Discussion in 'Chris Reeve Knives' started by Iron City, Oct 11, 2016.
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Literally just got this new small inkosingo out of the mailbox. Took er apart, removed the lanyard, relubed and rubbed just a dab of beeswax on the inlays to get that dark patina going. Straight into the pocket she goes! Nothing like getting to know a fresh new CRK!
Just got this little mnandi yesterday and did a two tone acid stonewash on the blade for EDC.
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I've spent the last couple days working on the double glass doors on the south face of our Vermont cabin. For sure I had my most carried and favorite work user with me.
I know how you feel about no knife store. My first CRK was a small 21 with Cocobolo inlays. I loved it and it broke the dam--I have 7 various larges and a Mnandi now-- but it was too small and I eventually sold it. Smalls can be had for pretty decent prices on the Exchange and you could certainly re-sell for not much less. I've gotten to look at such transactions as just part of the cost of the hobby.
These two today.
Got this as my first CRK Monday. Cleaned, lubed and put the lanyard on it tonight. I'm pretty smitten.
Are you running high pressure nail guns at 300#s, Murph? A friend and sometime co-worker also frames with a guy who runs those and likes them quite a bit. I'm at the sunset of my carpentry career, so am unlikely to change, but have always wondered about that system.
Nice Insingo Inkosi, BTW. I think that's my next CRK, but it would be either a KnifeArt CF or a WC StarKosi.
No nail guns my friend. Was just fixing a leak on a HVAC package unit, those are my gauges.
The Inkosi Insingo is definitely my favorite over the Sebenza. It absolutely melts into my hand and is such a joy to use.