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Discussion in 'Chris Reeve Knives' started by Glock Guy, Jul 9, 2017.
I posted this photo in another thread but think it belongs here too.
Used to cut silicone carbide wet and dry sandpaper ranging from 800-2000 grit and to deburr lock cutouts after milling.
Wow! This thread was a real eye opener and should be required reading by everyone who is thinking collecting pocketknives. Definitely no safe queens here.
Ohh this thread is perfect for me! This is saving my spot for tomorrow when I can snap some pics. Many of my CRKs are super worn and scratched. But they look great in my opinion.
I'm looking forward to these! Love me some well worn CRKs lol
My large 21 tanto workhorse. Value your Ash.
Bought this Small Regular new in 04. Sent it back for a spa treatment in 2014 or sometime around there. Chris called me and said he was concerned how the lock up looked, so he made me a new lock side. I don’t carry it anymore, my youngest son has it now. I don’t think he carries it. He carries either a Spyderco or Victorinox. I replaced it with a Large micarta 21, but I’m currently on the hunt for a small micarta 21!! Great company!!
Another day in the workshop.
Bought this large 21 a couple of years ago here on BF. The tip was broken off at some point and "fixed" badly with a poor grind attempt (and not disclosed). I evened out the tip edge a bit to remove the "snub nose" look it had. Also had some scratches on the blade so I used a sisal wheel to put a satin finish on it. It's been my EDC since then. I recently got a large Inkosi which I started carrying on 7/4/20 - so may send this one back to CRK to have it re-bladed some day.
After carrying it for a couple of years:
Blade as received:
After tip regrind & sisal wheel:
clip side as received: