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Kershaw blur tanto and Spyderco Sage 4
I think it's pretty funny how they used a round hole and called it the Goldeneye. No idea if that was intentional or not. I think the knife is too...
I would really have to like this one in hand to buy it. I think it's ugly as hell and that the hole feature seems like a gimmicky mashup of things...
If I had one of those, I'd debate whether or not to mod the handle with grip tape (or perhaps something less coarse). I always thought it was...
I like larger folders most of the time. Give me between 3.5 and 4 inches. I'll take larger if I can get away with it.
It was her that found me
In my pocket she will go
My sweet, brown Caly
Ready to face the unknown
Thanks for the data. I think next time it would be awesome if you documented your study with pictures for us. :)
I love HAP40, that steel is probably my new favorite. Alternatively, you've been thinking about Shirogami-1, right? I think that would be awesome,...
I love my Cold Steel Outdoorsman. Amazing handle and blade.
117, thanks for the opportunity!
In with 624 and thanks for the giveaway!
I've always thought that such rhetoric comes from a lack of actual knife use.
Happens all the time at school. Another reason why I go nowhere without a dependable blade.
Someone clearly hasn't seen some of Microtech's more infamous offerings.
Depends entirely on who's making it. Most companies who make tantos defeat the point of the design by adding a swedges and sometimes even...
I used to own a Kobun before I gave it to a good friend of mine (it never saw any use). It's an excellent, well made and well designed knife that...
As a non-owner, I give ZT a 4/10. Some of the designs look like ergonomic and efficient cutters, but most of them appear to be needlessly thick,...
I didn't know the Kobun was ever serrated! That sounds awesome!