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Sneak peek SOG..........

Wonder what those slots are behind the thumb stud ? I think they look cool if thats what they are. :D



Robbie Roberson ;)
 
if sog wishes to keep me as a customer , the 07 lineup wants to be pretty good
 
Nice find, Robbie!

Looks like SOG is using a funky new "triangular" checkering pattern. I can't wait to see SOG's '07 fixed blade line-up!
 
whats so good about that , ive seen the bi-polar about 20 times on the net?
 
Robbie, I assume that we will be seeing a new variation of the Revolver this year since you have mentioned that you have been "so busy". Any hints?
 
whats so good about that , ive seen the bi-polar about 20 times on the net?

Look closely, this Bi-Polar has a cross hairs inside the "O", right across the middle of the handle! That means it was designed specifically to meet the demanding applications of military and LEO sniper teams! :p SOG isn't the only company using that visual approach, Sig Sauer did it first.

I wonder if this means SOG will continue its "brand image" by putting SOG in giant letters across its products.
 
OMG!
Another stencil to boldly mark out another tango score in the field.
I am still waiting for that one perfect folding dagger; that only I know, which SOG Knives can provide.
For my new years resolution - (As of now) I am going to continue holding my breath in order to make my the wildest SOG dreams come true. Don't let me down "SOG Knives 2007".
 
Look closely, this Bi-Polar has a cross hairs inside the "O", right across the middle of the handle! That means it was designed specifically to meet the demanding applications of military and LEO sniper teams! :p SOG isn't the only company using that visual approach, Sig Sauer did it first.

I wonder if this means SOG will continue its "brand image" by putting SOG in giant letters across its products.

yep , hence why i give my money to spyderco instead
 
Okay, here's a bunch of Qs, that have really been eaten by a stencil machine.

...and yeah, there's the official Spyderco bug on at least two of them.;)

Spyderco puts its little bug and its company name on blades, handles, and sometimes both.
 
True, with them it's "the bug," so we're just discussing the style of over-done logo tackiness.:p

SOG cuts their brand logo out on some blades, so does Spyderco.
(Spyderco built an entire product line around the idea.)

SOG puts their brand name on the handle or blade, so does Spyderco.

SOG puts their logo on the pocket clip on some models, so does Spyderco.

...hence why i give my money to spyderco instead

No offense, Sir Galant, but I think it's really a question of seeing what you want to see because you like Spyderco.


True, SOG's logo could be smaller and more distinctive, IMO. However, a lot of knife companies past and present have been logo happy. SOG isn't the only "culprit". They're in very good company.
 
If SOG makes a knife that blows us all away, I don't think it'll really matter if they stencil their name on it.
 
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