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Well, there isn’t much more for me to say about this knife. I’m enamoured. It’s sleek, sharp and has a centreline that actually goes to the point. It’s pretty.
What I’m learning though is this; I’ve always bought thin folders as a point of need because that way I can still access my pocket, but...
That’s a nice knife. And good on the manufacturer for fixing it. I can’t imagine it would be hard for them to do - compared to you or I lol.
It would be interesting to know if they would do that for a regular customer though.
I have a Kershaw machete that’s just a big slab oh of D2. I use a file to sharpen that thing. It’s great in the woods.
I also have this Extrema Ratio. It’s got a metal very similar to D2.
It’s an absolute bear to sharpen. Very hard to finesse that’s for sure!
I’m not going to try and sell you on one particular razor because if I’ve discovered anything along the way, it’s that every razor reacts differently on each face. But! But I will say this, I haven’t bought a closed comb since my first open purchase. I find opens way more comfortable on my...
Yeah, I wouldn’t want to pry anything with the Infidel that’s for sure. This is a 100% pure in & out or slicing tool. D2 is tough, but not that tough.
Man that reminds me back in the day I was a bit rougher on my stuff - which is odd because I was also too poor to replace stuff lol. Anyway, I...
The cold steel dagger is pretty cool. And yes, it’s a lot less expensive. Its certainly a viable option if you aren’t into brands, metals, and aren’t sure about what kind of utility you’re going to get from it. I thought about buying one, but I think Benchmade might be discontinuing the fixed...