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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Great picture! Does the cannon shoot?
One of the more underrated knives out there. Really enjoying the 4" variant with a denim blue dye job over the original black/white/gray.
Thank you, Brother, it's my Sebenza 21 Small Insingo she doesn't get out often, I will carry her tomorrow for Canada Day Celebrations.
Would love Lionsteel to come out with a 3.5" blade version. The machining detail is just beautiful. A little thicker behind the edge than I like but a reprofile to 17° Helped that. Nothing like my SR11 though which is like a damn sharpened Prybar its so thick.
Thank you, I don't think so?? It was made by my youngest Son way back in 92 when he was in Highschool a gift for Fathers Day.
An inexpensive knife, yet priceless to me as it's a gift from my son. All in all, a very neat/nice knife, one I'll carry and use with pride
Absolutely stunning Paul and what a Beautiful thoughtful gift !
Thank you my friend, he done good, I'll carry it proudly Stunning, pic's, knife and ride you posted
Thanks Brother !
Thats kinda cool Paul, I like it.
Thanks Dave, I liked it right out of the gate and even more as I use it
Nice gift! There's a company that makes small table top Cannon's that will shoot, can't remember the name but they were cool!
On an overnighter with friends in Michaux State Forest.
Hope all my Blade Brothers and Sisters had a Wonderful weekend
Thought I’d top mine off with a NewYork Thirty to go with my Beer Thirty
I will see if I can find one, it might be a great novelty gift.
It’s a Boker Plus Bullpup. The Micarta caught my eye lol. It’s pretty nicely made — good action and ergos.
Wow, that is absolutely beautiful. One of the nicest looking knives I've seen and by far the nicest looking Gerber.