Probably a different version? Mine looks more basic than the one in your pic hehe. Just the plastic sheath + belt loop.
Just because of its weight, the Marciada / Bastinelli - Pika is really cool. since you unfortunately had to test it in practice, is the "small" blade really enough to defend yourself effectively?Marciada/Bastinelli - Pika - 1.27 oz. My favorite SD carry that I have actually used legally in SD.
That one was surrendered after the incident but I never bothered to try to get it back; it's been over a year. I bought another to replace it and still have 2 of them because I sometimes wear one on both my strong and weak sides.
Russell Reese - Cohutta Pukko - 4.48 oz. A BF Exchange "find" that I love to handle and look at but have never actually carried or used. I just think that it's really "pretty."
Hella - Hellafisk - 2.2 oz. Another BF Exchange "find" that FLOATS which, if I were a fisherman, I would carry on fishing trips or, if my father was still alive, I'd give to him as a gift because he really WAS a fisherman, who would appreciate it.
It’s a good looking knife , I wonder if the tang is different than the Companion ?Probably a different version? Mine looks more basic than the one in your pic hehe. Just the plastic sheath + belt loop.
Quick review of it: functionally, I can’t see any advantage that the Kansbol has over a Companion or 511. But I picked it up because it looked pretty. It’s a great knife.
My DEK1 isn't under 5 oz...CPK DEK1
My DEK1 isn't under 5 oz...
I actually had a difficult time with this one. I pulled around 15 and confirmed them to be under 5 oz - but which 3 are the best? What parameters make them the best... Steel, handle shape, maker's name, appearance, most used, most carried, most expensive, least expensive, number of likes received for pictures??
I arbitrarily cut it down to these 6...but that meant removing 9 great knives.
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