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Discussion in 'Chris Reeve Knives' started by James Longstreet, May 3, 2016.
Just simply stunning...:thumbup:
Thanks to all of you for your kind comments.
What a beauty, so nice, what craftmanship, wow, just .....enjoy...
Just came across this thread when researching something, thought it was well worth a bump for a special knife.....
THAT is exquisite!!
Absolutely gorgeous. Both knife and pictures!
Amazing looking Sebenza :thumbup:.
Does anyone know why they decided to celebrate the 21st anniversary and not the 20th? Just wondering where the odd number came from?
I am not sure what to say...but WOW and that does not do it justice. Thanks for sharing.
My guess would be an hommage to the Sebenza 21
Congrats on the awesome score. She's a beauty.
Sweet 8 lb. baby Jesus.
By the end of the photos I was exhausted! Thanks for sharing!
Wow... Amazing knife and photos. Thank you for sharing
Thanks again for your feedback!
Two "anniversaries" together. 28 years and 21 years.
OPK, Mk IV, 04
OPK, Mk IV, 03
WOW Congrats that is one beautiful blade!!
I think that in the world of good blades, there are nice knives, great knives and exceptional knives. But every once in a while, something comes along that exceeds exceptional...to me, this is a perfect example of one of those singular rarities. Thoughtfully and tastefully executed. I like to think of my pocket as my Safe (a thought adapted from another BF member), but this knife is the first that I've ever seen that would, for me, qualify as a Safe Queen!
Thank you for sharing this with the Community!
The most interesting thing about this knife....being a knife that could most certainly "have it all".......is that it sports a single-sided silver thumstud. I like that.