Good point Donut!
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Good point Donut!
I have to agree.
There are plenty of other places to sell and trade.
Leave the drama away from here.
I picked up one of the CQC-6Ks too.
I don't care for a lot of the usual features on Emersons, but they got this import line just right.
I do like the ergonomics on most of the Emerson knives,...
I have both.
The Knockout I have is the first generation with the thin G10 handle scales. They went with aluminum after these.
I find the handle to be too thin, I do like the blade shape...
I don't mind the stone-washed finish.
It is better than the bead-blasted finish in my experience.
I am glad to see that most knife making companies have phased the bead-blasted finish out.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 has been recently released.
I, too, prefer Android over Apple.
I like the overall design.
I just wish that it was a 3.5-* to 4-inch blade.
Yes, for the most part, forums and the various social networks have replaced knife magazines for me too.
I still subscribe to Blade because it is fairly good for an overall view of the knife...
I have to agree with the general thought shared in the previous posts of this thread:
It is tricky business to try to educate someone that doesn't know any better when it comes down to quality...
I consider it a lighter or brighter blue than the Manix 2 Lightweight or the original dark blue that was used on the ZDP-189 Stretch.
It is still a more pleasing color to me than the "Smurf blue"...
They probably just haven't gotten around to updating their website or FAQ.
Unfortunately, a lot of companies get caught-up in the day-to-day-grind and tend to overlook things like this.
I too, am glad that this is going to be a regular production knife.
I don't really follow the super steels that much.
But I will get one of these because of the price range.
It is too good...
I should have bought one of these when I had the chance...
I think that I am done with buying anymore sharpeners too.
I have stuck with DMT and Spyderco stones for the most part.
I don't even bother with going past the DMT 600-grit red stone or the...
I can't really find anything to add to the Endura 4, it is great just the way it is.
A great large knife that has superior ergonomics that work in a variety of grip positions.
(I'd like to see...
I finally got mine today.
I had to request it twice to get it.
I am getting it for a coworker, as I prefer the .PDF versions, since they are much easier to get.
I like most of the various knife companies. I have more Spydercos that any other brand too.
Kershaw is one of my favorite knife companies, I only got into them recently. I think that they are...
Yes, I have ordered from them within the past few months.
One of the owners used to post on another well-known knife forum before they went to having all of the special and different levels of...
I saw this posted on Reddit.
Yeah, that is one great-looking knife!
I hope that they consider doing a flipper version in the future.
I haven't been keeping up with the latest sharpening gear, because I went with DMT sharpeners for the most part.
Been using their products for 15+ years now and haven't had any problems with them...
The main ones to get for me are the sprints:
Large brown G10 Calypso.
Olive drab Goddard.
Super Blue Endura in dark blue FRN. (Not listed in the 2013 catalog. More Super Blue knives on the...
I am looking forward to the new olive drab sprint, as I missed out on the previous versions like others have stated above.
From what Sal said a month or so back on USN, it should be fairly soon.
I am guessing with the next two months.
The newer Benchmade in question is actually a lot closer in overall appearance to a Kershaw Lahar from a few years ago to me.