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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by SW-EDC, Mar 12, 2016.
My set is complete. I could not be happier.
Beautiful piece to wrap it up with, congratulations. After the enjoyment settles in and the heart rate goes back down to normal,...
Now it’s on to the next quest.
Oh, most definitely. I put up a family shot here:
Now I can rest for a moment, but I'm sure the itch will present itself again sooner rather than later.
All within the last few weeks. Being stuck at home isn’t good for my wallet.
How does the Kershaw compare to the ZT? Just curious, the 0357 has drawn a lot of people to compare them.
I received this a few days ago from a fellow forum member. It's a Schatt and Morgan Heritage Jack with a 1095 steel blade, Norway Iron bolsters, and ebony covers. I'm really impressed with the fit and finish on it.
And these three just came in today... With another SIX on the way. This pandemic needs to end, being cooped up is killing my wallet, lol.
First up is a TRM Neutron! I had to see what all the hype was about and as soon as I saw how thin the stock was, I understood. It reminds me of the Spyderco Chaparral with it's amazing sliceyness. I'm a big fan of 20CV too, so I'm excited to try this bad boy out.
Next package contained a Hess Knifeworks Tiburon! What a sweet knife for the price! It has a 1095 blade from GEC and a beautifully finished, stabilized redwood burl handle. These knives should be much more popular than they are. Amazing bang for your buck.
And last but most certainly not least... A small Sebenza 21 Insingo with black Micarta inlays, double lugs, and blue hardware. This exact build has been one of my grail knives since the moment I started learning about CRK knives. Thanks @CHNeal for making it happen!
I looked for a year when this one popped up on the sales forum. Decent price too. It’s easily my favorite EDC.
I had the MBK EZC version to get me accustomed. It only whetted my appetite for the real thing.
If I had to choose one I’d go for the CF Knockout. It’s great knife, very light with the cf. The ZT is a stout blade, solid lock up and you can tell it’s built well. I wasn’t originally gonna purchase it but I got it at a price I couldn’t pass up, cheaper than the knockout actually. The cf knockout I liked so much I bought 2. Both are great knives but if given the choice.....cf knockout.
Samurai Stuart K-tip parer w/ edc sheath carry -
New toy came in today:
Little buddy is curious too:
New Microtech Halo 6 in a chocolate finish with a bronzed hellhound blade and no safety on the button.
Carbon fiber pattern sheath with matching tri-way screws:
Deep chocolate colored body with bronze hardware:
And that sweet, sweet bronzed hellhound blade:
And of course the matching bronze charging handle:
This knife is amazing. It fires with such authority and force that it almost feels like recoil of a pistol.
I will admit that I previously bought some cheap Chinese Halo clones to see what they felt like before this big purchase for the real deal. The difference between those knockoffs and this are apparent and obvious now that I have experienced this beast.
That is an awesome knife
Your not kidding, that’s a beauty! Congratulations.
My newest, the becker kephart
Custom from Anton Tkachenko:
Lock type: Paradox Lock
This is the same designer/ custom maker who created the Ant Lock on the Steel Will Tasso. Here's Nick Shabazz' review of the Tasso
The Paradox Lock and the Ant Lock both look like Lock Backs and distribute vertical forces onto a stop pin like the Tri-Ad Lock
Alan Davis Slip Joint
Blade 2 3/8”, OAL 5 2/5”, Closed 3 1/8”
Handle - Sambar Stag
Blade/Backspring - CPM 154 Stainless
Bolster/Liners - 416 Stainless
Filed Backspring & Liners
Wow does that ever have some beautiful curves and flow to it. You got a real beauty there.
Ugh! Loved that knife for a long time!! Soon as I was ready to get one they had stopped making then!! Enjoy that sexy beast!!