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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
After work carry for something a little more interesting.
Day 22 of 31 for my Kershaw Atmos carry. I know it's a budget knife but this thing has become like family. Hopefully I get as connected to next month's carry as I did this one .
Unfortunately I dropped it tip down on concrete and bent the tip. I was able to sharpen it out for the most part but there is still a bit left. Also about a week ago I must have reached good steel on the edge because edge retention shot way up for the working edge .
Welcome to the Forum...a lot of good people on here
Thanks! Glad to be here
what knife is this? Is that G-10 inlay Great looking knife
Chris Reeve Small Sebenza 21 with red micarta inlays
Thank you for the kind words!
Great looking Gavko! I'm not super familiar with the brand but am following on Instagram now because of your post!
Oh boy, abandon all hope.
Welcome, Mack! Good looking knife--really dig that yellow handle. I'm not really "into" modern knives, but I look here and see some beautiful specimens. Don't think I could ever get used to pocket clips!
I noticed you're from Wimberly. My wife had a conference in San Marcos a couple of years ago. Each day while she was there, I drove over to Wimberly to look at the Case knives at the Ace Hardware store, and to buy a Dr. Pepper made with cane sugar. Nice town. Drove along the river, too:
thanks! Its a production Gavko Thresher collaboration made by WE knives/massdrop and Gavko has some nice designs for sure.
welcome to the forums!
Snagged this older SOG made in Seki, Japan- the "AirSOG" in AUS-6 Steel
All the back-locks I've had from Seki have been great
The action on this one reminds me of my Delicas, Enduras, and their variants
Mini Ritter Grip today.
Feeling a little fixed blade need today EDC by @Nathan the Machinist and @Lorien
Nathan_EDC_ by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
Nathan_LA- by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
IMG_6170 by GaryWGraley, on Flickr