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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Farting around at Dads. Took my nephew on a tractor ride.
Felt adventurous today, went with the Miller Bros and one of my favorite flippers, zt0561
A little Ben Seward shankage. San Mai candy.
If you ever wondered what a brick with a razor on the end felt like, this is it.
Thin blade Thursday. Didn't get any use really. Open some OTC meds.
Nice shot! How are you liking that Sumo?
The ZT 0350's are great blades Izeplin!
Thanks took me 64 shots to pull that off. I really like it. The fidget factor is insane and through the roof! It has like 9 ways probably even more ways to deploy the blade.
Button lock swing
Reverse thumbstud flick
Spydie flick (fuller)
Two hand opening
Hold blade gravity drop
More to discover
Just missing a front flipper to round up every ways possible. It dethroned my Busker in term of fidget but at least it a front flipper though so not entirely.
The only thing that i dont dig is the pocket clip. Real hot spot here, literally digging into my palm.
I thought you might mention the fidget factor, heh. Good to know about the clip. Appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts!
Yes sir! That's probably my favorite ZT! I showed a buddy my knife box, (he's not a knife guy) he looked at them all, and he picked a zt350. He left with it in his pocket! Lol
Yes, that played a big part on why i wanted to get my hands on it. To be fair, doesn’t feel like a Hoback to me. Used to be extra chunky and overbuilt. This one seems more like a Reate made knife but American made.
Haha , I remember thinking a while ago that your taste in knives closely resembles mine
I can’t get enough of the Nomad. It’s a chunky little knife with such smooth action and beautiful blade shape. Thats a sweet Fox btw. Now I want one
I was gonna follow up this post of Chip's last week with a Thick Thursday carry, but got seduced by my new 31 instead. I went Thick This time around, Though with my MP1 posing here on my Bosch cordless chop saw while I worked warm and dry on this Thoroughly wet day...
...and here on one of what K and I call "Tie Fighters"--just simple stock supports used with a slide or chop saw on a light, tabletop set-up.
Chazzy I believe it's about time you carried my favorite your holy 710? I hope you've been taking good care or her? Lol