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Two Kinds of Simplicity
Just carry it and you'll be fine. I would not even worry one bit about it.
To be honest. I'm not sure of the specific knife laws here in Washington state but I have carried folders every day for the 10 years I have been...
Plain, and not so plain.
I will say this and it's not a knock on CRK at all but I have never understood people saying CRKs are one of the easiest knives to take down and...
I don't have a 31 but I suspect any possible drop in F&F and other issues could be the result of being so far behind right now with the demand for...
Agreed. For the money they are demanding right now, I'd rather have something like a Laconico that is truly hand made. Much more personal.
I too fear the legendary service might be restricted at some point. I see so many people on various forums who send their knives in for a spa...
Hey man, I’m just asking a question. No need to get bent.
“I’m thinking long and hard about selling my Sebenza and only...
I'm just curious why you think your knife is not reliable? Are you afraid its going to fail?
How is your CRK not reliable?
I'm still breaking it in but so far, it's performed really well. The coarse 400 grit cuts really well and raises a burr with ease. The 800...
I'm in the "both" camp. I use w WE 130 system for edge repair setting new bevels but touch ups and routine sharping are handled with DMT Diamond...
So no flex with what would be considered actual real world knife use scenarios. As mentioned above, frame locks can be made to flex withing...