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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
I've been going through this post page by page.
Forgive me, but is there some unwritten rule that prohibits you from identifying the knives in your photos?
I can usually recognize Spydercos because they are so unremittingly ugly, with the big hole in the blade and the plasticy looking scales, but sometimes I'd like to know exactly what I'm looking at without having to reply to a post asking what I've just looked at. Why (almost) no descriptions?
If you're taking the time to post photo's, do us a favor and tell us what it is.
I know I'm not alone, because I've read post after post asking what the knife is in the prior photo. So, just tell us. Sheesh...
Thank you very much.
Today with the SAK alox, Nespresso collection of pioneer´s (missing the 1st in the series).
GB1 & Joker Collie,
Some of us do name our knives’ that we post, FYI.(altho not in-depth details about steel, scale material etc)
Part of this Forum experience is the fun of checking out the knives we see, browse a bit to explore and find out for ourself, Just my 2 cents FWIW.
I think it's a way to artificially inflate our post count. See what I did there?
Recently picked this guy up from the marketplace, Tanev Family Knives in Bulgaria. Going morel hunting with me this morning
Your EDC knives looks bright and fresh as new
Mine EDC looks as chinese $2 after 10 years of dirty adventures :^((
BTW - it was cleaned right before this very picture :^(
Well, I pulled this one out of the Post Office this morning: the Spyderco Watu. The Watu is a good example of a well-executed but poorly designed knife--fans of the Chokwe (like me) aren't missing much if they decide to skip this one. Kinda disappointed...
Spyderco Watu in 20CV
A smaller Valet:
Sorry to hear that. It sucks when a knife you want to like isn’t all you’d hoped it would be. Thanks very much for sharing, as you’ve likely saved a few of us from the same disappointment.