I just picked a Civivi McKenna, and the fit and finish is spectacular. I just think that a small gents knife, a blade steel like 14c28n or Nitro V (Ferum Forge) might be better choice because of the superior corrosion resistance.
I love mine. I bought my first front flipper years ago at the annual St. Louis Knife Show. It was a nice carbon fiber custom made by a South African whose name I have forgotten. It was only $150, man, I should have kept it. I think I may buy a Civivi McKenna to go with my Exarch.
Having talked trash about titanium and carbon fiber, I admit that I miss not having a knife made from either material. I also have a claim on a We Banter whenever my local dealer gets their shipment. I have some nice sensible gents blades already, but nothing as fancy as the Gent or Gemini (the...
Talking about these bargain Chinese knives has got me thinking about one I always wanted, but never bought: the Kizer Gemini. I guess I will be a hypocrite and order a titanium knife after all, even if it is a pretty cheap knife for a titanium s35vn knife.
After 21 years of posting on forums, my philosophy is to be positive. I will not keep dealing with someone who is negative. I can ignore trash talk once it is apparent that trash talk is mainly what someone has to offer.
Those Hogues are killer! I have two Dekkas, and they are too smooth! I will be a hypocrite and say S20V instead of S30V for less than any G10 Benchmade Axis Lock is great too. As for the Protech Sprint, it is a nice knife, but very thick behind the edge.
I am here to talk knives, not trade insults. If you want to talk knives, fine. I have no use for people who get off on insulting people behind the screens of their devices. If you honestly had difficulty understanding my first post, it was not because I did not write clearly. I will say no more...