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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Oh. Did you wave it open?
Just another of my sandwich cutters,...
Especially when one of the lads on ground level come around with a knife sticking out of their hard hat saying "Alright which one of you guys lost a knife?"
Haha. They say a tanto is good for piercing. Reminds me of Happy Gilmore with the nail gun
The Boye folder serves me well! I use the marlin spike as much or more than the blade.
The blade shreds anything fibrous, rubber, plastic etc.
The other knives will rotate eventually but the Boye is staying in the pocket indefinitely.
A quick safety meeting on carbon fiber Friday, then off until next Friday!
Kind of both ends of the price range for American made production knives. But both awesome quality!
My Victorinox Explorer.
It's just so dang handy!
Frame lock Friday......
As you guys know I just bought a red-handled Cold Steel "tuff-lite."
For years I carried four inch folders--and jabbed myself repeatedly. Then I bought leather knife pouches and 'hooked' them on any and all door handles and kitchen dishes.
Now, my first impression was a tad "vanilla." I flipped the knife over and I saw the alloy was AUS 8A. However the edge was uniform and very straight, and surprisingly sharp for a mass produced item. I must have +30 polishing stones and I didn't have to do any touch-ups.
I called the supplier back and told him to send another red one. I've learned that any item I find I like is usually tagged as "no longer manufactured." And the finger choils are properly spaced, stabilizing a very guided slice.
I am experimenting with this. It's really a sweet little blade. Weight is 2.8 oz for a 3 3/4" blade ! Can be carried anyway you may want. Thin and slicey, light and sturdy. It does quite some job. And however you carry it, you hardly feel it's there. Easy to draw, secure hold in the sheath. All good things.