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That's the one!:)
Not likely that it was an attempt at a slip-guard. More likely that the front rivet was missing or loose and the tape was a quick fix.
They were Brazilian.
Remember that time when I fought off 10 gang members after I told them to get out of my hood? :thumbsup:
Try Cooking or eating utensils.
That's true. Those would have been all over the surplus stores and flea markets back then, for cheap!
Yes, Tanto blades really weren't popularized in the US back then. However, it makes sense that someone in the Navy could have picked one up overseas.
Search "tip up/ tip down".
Talk to you in October. :thumbsup:
A torsion bar can break from normal usage.
What if the torsion bar breaks? :eek:
The Quartermaster QSE-10tt Biff Tannen is discontinued, but it used sealed bearings in the pivot.
Crappy company, but a good idea.
Bearings generally don't like grit, but if it works for you, that's great.
I agree a closed-frame knife should be avoided for routinely dirty work.
I would avoid flippers for grimy environments.
Why not a fixed blade?
Spyderco has quite a few folding models with Orange coloured handles.
A very pronounced recurve gets to the point of just being silly.
If it doesn't need to be stainless, I'd go with 5160.
What do you hate most about them?