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S35VN in my experience. Not even a contest.
Attainable grail knife came in today...very happy with it :)
I have an ESEE-4, ESEE-4HM and one of the new ESEE-3's with the 3D contoured handles. If you get an ESEE-4 I'd recommend the new contoured...
Did you happen to test the ease of sharpening each knife?
Wow, that is NICE. Post more pics from different angles please :)
Doesn't matter if it's 1095 or s35vn, if you break an Esee fixed blade, you were abusing it.
Just arrived...unfortunately still in prison with my wife until I stop smoking :oops:
Clarification: My wife isn't in prison
I've never heard of this knife, just looked it up and it looks NICE...just a bit small for what I need, and as you said, no flipper.
That's a very nice looking knife, not too familiar with the steel though.
You might be able to get some very similar looking knives with...
Sunday morning would be preferable.
Obviously the title is tounge-in-cheek, I'm just soliciting the forum for anyone who might be aware of any...
I don't want a custom - don't think they're worth it. I prefer production blades for consistency and value.
I don't really care too much about...
I already have the Spydiechef and I absolutely love it. Just wish it had a flipper and pointy tip.
These are the ingredients:
1.) Titanium frame lock, tumble finished;
2.) LC200N, polished;
3.) 3.75 - 4" Sebenza Classic/Bugout or similar blade...
Great pics, I really like the look of the mini-bugout in white/black.
Looks like some of the sites have them in stock boys - ordered mine last night :D
The pocketboy is a great saw - I can't caution enough about sharpening the back side of the saw blade though.
I've been waiting for the stainless version of the Esee 3 for a while, pretty happy they upgraded the steel and handles on it at the same time.
What is this??
ZT 0462. I really want it, but I want it in full titanium. :(