Welcome Blues and Antonella to the club! You're both gonna learn to love this knife.
Blues, that makes us even, because if it wasn't for your raves, I wouldn't have my large Sebenza now. And Antonella, we're working on the decoder rings. Also, when that big pointed blade is open, watch out! It will cut everything in sight. I'll tell you all an experience I had a couple of days ago. I was cutting some new carpet for the back of my little 4WD station wagon. I had the carpeting laying on concrete, (does anyone see "disaster" looming)? I was cutting the carpet using a pattern I made from cardboard, and yes, I was using my trusty Military, (that also cut the cardboard pattern). I swear this thing cut that carpet easier and faster than a razor knife. Anyway, my Military was cutting the carpet like butter, and the blade repeatedly would scrape on the concrete below. I was trying to be careful, but as I said it went through the carpet too easily and kept making contact with the cement. I went ahead and cut out the pattern. Without thinking about the knife, I layed it down and went and completed the carpet installation. When I was finished, I thought about the knife and picked it up, gave the blade a wipe on my pants, and looked at the blade carefully. Not a chip or mar anywhere on the edge! Now, I've heard about the brittleness of 440V, but my blade sure didn't show any. In fact the edge was still shaving sharp! Man, does this thing cut. Enjoy folks, and again, welcome to the club. MARCH ON MILITARY MEN, (AND WOMEN)!
[This message has been edited by Gene (edited 11-04-98).]