Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! I love my 21s, but I noticed on my Large 21 the blade is VERY closen to the spine of the scales when the knife is closed. The edge is like right up to the space between the two scales when the knife is closed. I can easily catch the edge with my finger nail or even touch it with the skin on the tips of my fingers. If I were to push down on the handle scale's spine and drag my finger along the spine of those scales I would absolutely lay my finger open. For some reason it isn't a problem on my small 21 where the gap is too narrow, or my large Inkosi, where the edge doesn't come as close. I love my CRKs and to be honest I only noticed this recently as I only started carrying my large 21 recently. I am just shocked that a design which is so well thought out and meticulous with tolerances would leave such a glaring error. So far I haven't cut myself on it but just look at how close the edge is to the spines of the scales when the blade is closed and you'll see what I mean. Be careful!!