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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
That made me laugh because that’s exactly where mine stays also only coming out for occasional use or as a backup if I forget to grab a folder that morning . scales have been sanded and the clip retensioned for easier carry. Hard to beat a Cold Steel for hard use value.
Just received the Kizer Cormorant from White Mountain. VERY fidgety with multiple deployment methods. Very similar to the Smock. Next up will most likely be some Rit dye. The white G10 is just perfect for it. I’m thinking a nice deep blue.
The toughest daily tasks are often reserved to a fixed blade...
I was fortunate to be carrying one today...
Otherwise, may have starved.
Along for the ride but not up to the task: CRK Large Inkosi, RMJ Korbin, GEC 86, Vic Spirit.
Mine showed up the other day, but I haven't carried it yet because I haven't gotten around to addressing the clip as yet. Not the greatest, I agree. Decent knife for the money though!
Lunch break photo on a dirty, dusty steering wheel
The news says 3”-4”, I don’t think so.
Need to know what both of these blades are lol. Two awesome pieces man!
Thanks, Ryan, super nice comfortable knives.
Top is an Arno Bernard iMamba with warthog tusk inlays.
Bottom is an REK Ember with cocofibre micarta scales. I did a review on the REK Ember a while ago, and I still use it everyday at work.
Toucan Tuesday? That’s a thing, right?
I know some of you guys are sick and tired of the cold and snow. Believe it or not, the heat and sun get a bit old too...particularly for a guy who doesn’t tolerate either very well. I’m pretty sure I put my dermatologist’s kids through private school and paid for his yacht...and I gotta change my shirt after gettin’ the mail.
I think we hit a high of 85 today. I’m just not a fan of the sweaty-undies thing, so keep those beautiful snow pics coming.
Yeah that clip is unfortunate. After only one day of carrying it’s started fraying my pocket. I wonder why a smooth pad wasn’t incorporated in the mold for the scales.
I do like the fine tip.