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The G-10 is plenty strong for any normal use, Cold steel does the same thing on several of their models and it holds up no problem.
We honestly don't have it confirmed, we have a myriad of projects in the works, but its unclear which one will release first.
We aren't releasing specific quantities, but it was important to us to have enough to avoid any 4 minute frenzies.
Very smooth drop so far, we are certainly pleased with the reception.
I prefer it without the lanyard loop too, much cleaner profile.
I don't have it on me today, but here is a pic of mine - https://www.instagram.com/p/B8uFLAagYEx/
We had him make us a good sized batch.
I have one with Ripps Blue denim scales and his wire replacement clip. Excellent knife, one of my favorite modern folders by far.
Mediocre picture of my Friday twofer. GEC Lambfoot and our #62 SFO in Ironwood. [IMG]
I have blade rub on my #62, however I generally consider that a given on my single spring knives and its just a bonus if it doesn't have any rub....
So glad you like it! That one was a pet project I was extremely glad that made its way to reality.
Hope you get to feeling better soon, Jack.
Nothing definitive, but we may see those within the next few weeks.
Its definitely in the same neighborhood as the AK47, maybe not quite as aggressive but close.
Its definitely in the Emerson/Cold steel level, very coarse.
I carry my Hitch and timber every day, usually the Lambfoot or the #62 for the knife slot.
I love the unique factor on those, even more so than the woods.
Hey guys, just wanted to bring your attention to this new pocket slip. if you carry a slipjoint, larger SAK, or another folder without a clip but...
It is an Oak leaf, we have done it on several SFOs now. Our owner, Jason, chose the Oak leaf as it was popular shield in the early 1900s that had...
The #62 is an excellent pocket companion. Gotta pick up a carver too. [IMG]