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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by cchu518, Oct 7, 2018.
@issues what is this incredible looking knife?
I have just ordered one of these, can't wait to try it. It will be my office and airplane carry(if the blade lenght is longer than 6 cm or 2,362" it's bye bye knife in europe).
12C27 steel and a nice hollow grind.
I'm thinking this is a great RFP floater as it is only 2,625" folded.
That is a custom build by Alan Davis with a reclaimed old saw mill blade and Koa scales. It probably has the smoothest action in my entire collection.
Other than Swiss Army knives, I don't have too many "mini" knives, and those I do have are kicking around in one of my knife chests somewhere because I don't use them. I have larger hands, so I don't tend to enjoy knives of that size. That said, I do have several knives, like the Kershaw Shuffle, an ESEE Candiru, and a few others.
Very cool knife. I will have to look into the maker.
He's right here on bladeforums. I actually have 2 pieces from him. Great maker with a ton of talent. You can check out some of his work in The Knife Exchange.
And his slippies are outrageously nice!
Tactical Geek Variable X. I have a lot more minis, but I'm in Brazil for a few months and this is the only one I have a picture of. I love my Hoback MK Ultra.
Thank you . I must try & do a smaller one........
I use both of these almost daily. Obviously not for heavy work but both open with one hand.
Christy and Korcraft.
I've had a Christy knife or three since the late 1950's. My dad was an enthusiast of the little slider, and gave both my sister and I one when we were kids. My sister Anne used hers it stop an attempted sexual assault when she was 20. They have a fascinating history with both the U.S. armed forces and certain government agencies. I use mine daily for small cutting jobs like opening packages and cutting twine in the garden.
I'm curious about the Korcraft. Does it use regular X-acto blades?
A little keychain knife is surprisingly useful
I think it is an X-acto blade but not 100% sure. Comes with extra blades in different shapes, a bottle opener and extra bushing. Quite handy little guy. You can remove the blade with a coin (unscrew the nut) if caught at the airport (in the old days).
Carried since 1998
Fantastic light weight knives
Yes. That little knife is hanging round the neck of an ex-girlfriend...... . (See post 31!)
So need to make another!
This little guy lives in my wallet
Awesome comparison picture compared to the Mnandi. My edc is a Mnandi, it was my office/work knife. I wear a suit so I can't get clip anything on my pocket. However based on the weight and sleekness of the Mnandi I made it my always knife. I never came across anything I couldn't do with it.
Congrats on the purchase.