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    I didnīt try FRCP yet but FRN is fine. Linerless...

    I didnīt try FRCP yet but FRN is fine. Linerless G10 like on UKPKs/Urbans/Byrd Tern or Dodos is the handle version I absolutely prefer.
    Skeletonized liners might add some strength but for my use...
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    I just saw 2 of them on (in?) the bay. XHP?...

    I just saw 2 of them on (in?) the bay.

    XHP? Well that one isn't a Native 5, the forum Native is (and the S35V black G10).

    The CF will be a classy, high value, optical and materialwise...
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    No lube for my H1 blades and they are doing fine.

    No lube for my H1 blades and they are doing fine.
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    Factory sharpness is on the same very high level....

    Factory sharpness is on the same very high level. The knives I got in both of those steels easily shave.
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    :D I am Austrian, living close to Vienna-and...

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    I am Austrian, living close to Vienna-and eating here!
    Sometimes, please nobody here take offenses, it seems German versions of traditional food get strange.
    Schnitzel simply refers to slices...
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    Interesting, the original Schnitzel should be...

    Interesting, the original Schnitzel should be beef (calf) as I just viewed in an Austrian restaurant. There are alwas discussions wether it was invented in Vienna or Milano but mushroom sauce seems...
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    I had this kind of problem with my Robin G10. The...

    I had this kind of problem with my Robin G10. The backspacer holding that lock spring was dimensioned just a bit too big.
    I do not recommend anyone voiding their warranty by modifying their blades....
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    I don't know if the lineup of Spyderco or the...

    I don't know if the lineup of Spyderco or the facilities' capacities allow but I would be interested in a Byrd fixed blade.

    Right now almost half of my favourite knives are Spyderco fixed blades...
  9. It did bug me too until I tried it. No...

    It did bug me too until I tried it.
    No concerns/troubles involved with the blade curve and some teeth peering out of the handle.
    Once a key got trapped in the opening hole sliding the blade out of...
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    Hmmm... too much distraction coming from MadRookies thread and my growing hunger. UKPK as an US made blade wonīt get a SB treatment. Would be a great blade though-maybe CPM Cruwear/M4 for an...
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    Lunchtime+your photos are a perfect combination...

    Lunchtime+your photos are a perfect combination MadRookie.
    My meal wonīt please the eye as yours do (even if you call them simple) but with this visual appetizer I might eat more than necessary....
  12. I really like my SB Delica but for ergos it...

    I really like my SB Delica but for ergos it cannot compete with the UKPK (not possessing a Caly 3-yet).
    The choil plus the slight angle just melt into my hand (UKPK G10 SB sprint to follow the Caly...
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    Work: CE Delica/Tasman SE + H1 PE Dragonfly ...

    Work:

    CE Delica/Tasman SE + H1 PE Dragonfly

    Outdoors:

    PM2/Moran DP + UKPK Rescue G10
  14. Since the UKPK handle fits my hand sooo good I...

    Since the UKPK handle fits my hand sooo good I will have to get a Caly 3. The 3.5 is great too, it just might be a bit too long of a handle for me.
    Need to see some comparison pics Caly 3/3.5/UKPK :)
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    Some of my mid-/backlock knives have part of the...

    Some of my mid-/backlock knives have part of the lockbar slightly stick out of the handle. Especially when the blade (+ or- lockbar) are swapped. All of them did lock up securely though.
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    I thought I have a knife for every cutting task I...

    I thought I have a knife for every cutting task I can think of, not needing any more. Then those laminated Super Blue knives became true. Now I have every knife I want at home or on the way ...
    ......
  17. The Ironwood one I have is a masterpiece! Its...

    The Ironwood one I have is a masterpiece!

    Its handle though looking simple fills the hand better than various finger groove ones.
    The blade itself seems like a little too short for the size of...
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    Soo, CE Stretch arrived Fri, SB is on the way and...

    Soo, CE Stretch arrived Fri, SB is on the way and SB Ladybug freshly ordered. So much for "No more knives this year." :-|
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    Wow! They did come and go without me noticing. A...

    Wow! They did come and go without me noticing. A pre-need replacement would have been great but knife budget is too low anyway (too many super blue knives up for sale :rolleyes: ).
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    I prefer Robin G10 or, if you look for an...

    I prefer Robin G10 or, if you look for an extremely durable and slim handle: there are also stainless steel handled ones-also in the price range of G10s.
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    I wouldnīt miss out Alexander Newski cathedral-an...

    I wouldnīt miss out Alexander Newski cathedral-an impressive sight and if lucky some orthodox choir will sing giving the special light also a special acoustic.
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    Some ideas other makers follow lead to knives...

    Some ideas other makers follow lead to knives which perform well.
    For price/quality ratio Spyderco really meets my taste.

    As for the PM2: I was hesitant for a long time as the looks just seemed...
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    Couldn`t resist a CE Stretch and a SB one. Now...

    Couldn`t resist a CE Stretch and a SB one. Now waiting starts ... It takes forever to get them to Austria some times.
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    Yupp, a puffball. Some worms were already...

    Yupp, a puffball.

    Some worms were already feeding on it but half of it was good.
    I will have to wait for late summer though to find all different kinds of mushrooms in our woods.
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    Sometimes I stumble over something ... 23354

    Sometimes I stumble over something ...

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