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What's Your Rick Hinderer Grail!

Discussion in 'Rick Hinderer Knives' started by cziv, Jul 10, 2011.

  1. cziv


    Nov 24, 2005
    Just for kicks what would be your most sought after Hinderer knife? :)

    Mine would be an XM-24 with the filework like like puts on some of his most fancy offerings, a very light blue, anodized lock side, a hand ground spanto blade (by Rick), flipper action with a blue/black scale and one of the new "Hinderer logo" pocket clips. That's mine. :thumbup:
  2. Shipwrecked


    Oct 16, 2010
    That awesome skinner blade they brought to the blade show with the black frame. So sick!
  3. emel


    Feb 16, 2011

    My Orange XM-24 with bead blasted frame and Stonewash blade in CTS-XHP, my Grail ! Would not change a thing to it !
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2011
  4. Rob Orlando

    Rob Orlando

    Nov 16, 2009
    For starters - XM-24 liner lock with ti bolsters, CF scale....Hellfire blade with a fuller! :D
  5. Bushmaster-M4gery


    Sep 9, 2008
    Xm-24 wharnie as stated before. Bring it to daddy Rick/Rob!
  6. Chibbi


    May 24, 2007
    XM-24 Fatty with HellFire grind, Orange/Black G-10 scales and a ano-stripe job on the lock side,,,, :thumbup:

    ,,,oh yeah, the Hinderer Fire/Horse pocketclip, .45 ACP LBS, orange ano Ti stand offs and a Brass lanyard,,,, :cool:
  7. BP Green

    BP Green

    Oct 23, 2010
    XM-24, striped or spotted ano'ed ti, and a slicer grind or spanto. . . I'm not picky. I don't even care what color the scales are, as long as they're green or black! :D

    Actually the one I'm waiting on is close enough. XM-24: Olive green scale, bronze ano' - Yeah baby!
  8. Bluesummers


    May 21, 2011
    A new non-flipper 3" xm-18 at the msrp. Who knew something so simple *for a production knife* would be so unattainable.
  9. motojg


    Jul 9, 2009
    A wharny for me! Been trying to find one for years.
  10. kenkls


    Jan 13, 2010
    Oh my.. that is a tease...
    any lottery for that baby????
  11. atony

    atony Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 30, 2008
    All Ti (Stonewashed) liner lock, Slicer grind. 3.5'' for me please.
  12. upsidedownviking


    Aug 22, 2009
    A Fatty Custom Spanto in 3", flipper, stonewashed and grey or Ti scale.
  13. d762nato

    d762nato Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 16, 2009
    For me and i'm sure the other lefty's out there would LOVE to just be able to purchase a LEFTHANDED XM-18 or XM-24. Now that would truely be Awesome. I had a righty XM-18 their really well made i thought, but it just did'nt work for me. I guess i'll stick with Emerson until Rick makes a Lefty.
  14. cziv


    Nov 24, 2005
    Funny you bring that up. The other night I had my XM-18 and lg Sebenza out for playtime. I was thinking about leftys and how you guys get shafted on some designs. I was able to to operate my XM-18 3.5 flipper quite well (almost as good as my right hand!), whereas the Sebenza was out of the question. I couldn't even open it. CRK does make a LH model. Rick hasn't made and any left handed models - yet!
  15. dark impaler

    dark impaler Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 14, 2011
    XM-24, nightmare grind, tumbled/stonewash finish lockside, frag-pattern ti scale- also tumbled/stonewash finish and tip to end dlc coated; purchased directly from Rick at a show, of course after having the winning lottery ticket.
  16. Seanifred


    Sep 3, 2010
    all black, 18, 3in, no flipper
  17. RemoA


    Jun 18, 2011
    Left-handed XM's...that's my ultimate dream knife!
  18. Ben Dover

    Ben Dover

    Aug 2, 2006
    XM-24 with orange carbon fiber scales and a blade made from B-U K390 steel at RC 63-64.:thumbup::thumbup:
  19. DallasSTB

    DallasSTB Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 18, 2009
    XM-18, spear-point custom flipper with smooth CF scale, and bronze anodized Ti. I'm fairly easy.
  20. cziv


    Nov 24, 2005
    You have good taste dark impaler :thumbup:

    Mine is the same, sans dlc coating and purchased direct from the farm - what can I say, I'm a hermit!! :D

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