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Discussion in 'Chris Reeve Knives' started by BMCGear, Sep 7, 2014.
The Large Inkosi is the perfect platform for the Insingo's blade shape.
Just saw this thread. Thought I put put this here.
There is just something about the insingo shape.
With a lineup like that I would stop collecting and pick another hobby .
I’ve never tried to post a link before so not sure how this works. I recorded this video because well I was dared!
Love my Inkosi Insingo.....
^^^ @TexMac I would love to know how that inkosi insingo fare after chopping. I have never found the CRK heat treat to be all that spectacular. Any close ups of the edge after that test??
Unfortunately no I didn’t take any photos of the edge. There was just a slight edge roll, hard to see but you could feel it with a finger nail. Considering the steel and the relatively thin grind I think it performed quite well, I was just glad to see no chipping.
Have you guys noticed that some insingo swedges on the 21 are shorter than others?
On some models it doesn't contact the grind line like most!
Is there an explanation for this?
Been trying to find something about this but can't find it anywhere.
Have pictures? I don't understand what you are trying to say...
I apologize i meant this gap
Ouch... I have no idea why they sent that out the doors..
Should be more like this IMO:
Yes, that how my previous ones were.
I've seen more like mine i believe.
So do you think this is some qc issue?
I don't know, it really doesn't matter I guess. But I personally like the two lines to cross like they do on my picture.
Yes i like it too.
Found the reason for it though:
Birthday present from my wife today. I absolutely love it and it’s my first CRK.
My little experiment from a couple months ago