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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
There it is! How you liking it?
Very different from anything else I have. Totally different feel when flipping, not having a detent ball and all. Great ergos, unbelievable build quality...what can I say but that it is amazing. That being said, I took a chance on the size as I own no knives any longer this size having evolved to preferring smaller knives. Time will tell if I end up thinking too big, but for now I am super impressed.
Lastly, got to say I was worried about the flipper tab but that is 110% a non issue having now messed with it. Actually love that part of the design the most. Zero discomfort, my main concern, and works much better than I thought. Keep or not, in the long run, very glad I checked one out.
If you keep it, be careful. They invite friends over...
Bright, cheery carry for summer solstice.
That’s actually the one I wanted but beggars can’t be choosers.
It’s one of my own designs that I made a few years ago .
Here’s one for the smaller cadet sized SAK .
Put a fresh bevel on this guy today...
All Trekker, all day... I usually hate serrated blades, but in this knife the serrations are different and really fit the character of the blade and work so well.
GB2 from the other day.....was that yesterday???? Who cares, it's Friday, time for drinking!!!
That's a toothy edge
You should spyderco ultrafine it
I love Victorinox's serrations. I'd own a lot more serrated knives if theirs were the industry standard.
I love it when my knives match my guns lol. So much I scored a Para 3 Maxamet today a dealer got in stock so I can switch off but still be color Coordinated
Couldn’t agree more! They are so mild, you get the best of both worlds.
A gently modded Opinel today