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    New knife, Byrd Robin2

    I've been on a knife buying binge lately and the price on this one was so attractive, I just had to get one.

    I'm glad I did. Very handy size and boy, that 8cr13MoV steel is no joke. I love the edge it takes, and it takes it so well.


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    It is a great little knife.
    So many knives, so few pockets...
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    Light Modding and Wharnifying when time permits

    Just got:Lum Nishijin

    The "Spirit" of the design does not come through unless used. -Sal

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    Hi JHR,

    thanx for the kind comments. It looks like your knife has no markings? Is it just the pic?

    sal

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    UH OH!

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    Probably the flash washing out the engravings around the base of the blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sal View Post
    Hi JHR,

    thanx for the kind comments. It looks like your knife has no markings? Is it just the pic?

    sal
    Yeah, the flash covered up the markings.

    Last edited by JHR; 12-04-2013 at 04:30 PM.

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    Look good,your images are very stunning.

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    Hi Haydennathan,

    Welcome to our forum.

    sal

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    Hello.

    This is a little big knife. A perfect EDC in an office environment.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Regards.

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    I also got me a ss robin2 for home (ab)use
    Opening boxes and packages etc, replacing my beater Winchester folder
    I really dont wanna use any of my spydies for that purpose

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    I use mine for trimming the heat-applied edge banding on plywood when making shelves. Get right in those inside corners where the router won't go! Nice comfy handle, too.

    Like Leon, I just don't want to use my Dragonfly for that. I mean, what if there was an errant brad nail?

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