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Jan 22, 2017 16:27 |  #796

I'm not a big fan of liner locks either, so what did I do?
I got one. :rolleyes: "Me" fingers never feel safe closing it.
There's been a few CRKT post recently, so
I'll include this one. Inexpensive, heavy and built like a tank
but cannot flip the clip. -?
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Jan 22, 2017 16:42 |  #797

maxblack wrote in post #18252645 (external link)
I'm not a big fan of liner locks either, so what did I do?
I got one. :rolleyes: "Me" fingers never feel safe closing it.
There's been a few CRKT post recently, so
I'll include this one. Inexpensive, heavy and built like a tank
but cannot flip the clip. -?
Good stuff on the previous page guys!

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Jan 22, 2017 16:48 as a reply to  @ corythosaurus's post |  #798

Thanks! Took me forever.
Love your stuff on the last page, especially that Kizer Bolt.



  
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Jan 22, 2017 16:53 |  #799

Lightweight, inexpensive, always sharp, made in the USA. I keep this small one in my bag after I had to borrow one once.
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Jan 22, 2017 17:08 |  #800

maxblack wrote in post #18252665 (external link)
Thanks! Took me forever.
Love your stuff on the last page, especially that Kizer Bolt.

Is that Plexiglas, Lexan, or what?


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Jan 22, 2017 18:35 |  #801

maxblack wrote in post #18252645 (external link)
I'm not a big fan of liner locks either, so what did I do?
I got one. :rolleyes: "Me" fingers never feel safe closing it.
There's been a few CRKT post recently, so
I'll include this one. Inexpensive, heavy and built like a tank
but cannot flip the clip. -?
Good stuff on the previous page guys!

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Jan 22, 2017 18:51 as a reply to  @ corythosaurus's post |  #802

It's a black glass tabletop.
I have it in white also but I never used it.
Everything looks good in or on black. 8-)



  
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Jan 22, 2017 18:53 as a reply to  @ PhotosGuy's post |  #803

Thank you.
Would be easier shooting tethered to a laptop,
then I could check position of highlights on the fly.
One day soon I hope.



  
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Jan 23, 2017 17:35 |  #804

Bought this a long, long time ago.
This is the only knife I own that gives me pause.
It scares me a little. It's more sickle than knife.
I remember reading somewhere that just on looks alone, it could save your life.
Cold Steel Vaquero Grande.

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Jan 23, 2017 18:15 |  #805

maxblack wrote in post #18253595 (external link)
Bought this a long, long time ago.
This is the only knife I own that gives me pause.
It scares me a little. It's more sickle than knife.
I remember reading somewhere that just on looks alone, it could save your life.
Cold Steel Vaquero Grande.

Heh, nice thought to use Band Aids as a backdrop prop with the knife.
There is a saying among knife folks that goes like this; If you're not afraid of your knife, it ain't sharp enough. :twisted:


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Jan 23, 2017 19:00 |  #806

maxblack wrote in post #18253595 (external link)
Bought this a long, long time ago.
This is the only knife I own that gives me pause.
It scares me a little. It's more sickle than knife.
I remember reading somewhere that just on looks alone, it could save your life.
Cold Steel Vaquero Grande.

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Some nice curves there.


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Jan 23, 2017 19:02 as a reply to  @ Ballen Photo's post |  #807

There is a place in the States called New Graham Knives.
My first Spyderco I ordered from them came with a filled dispenser
of Band-Aids in the box.
I had to laugh. :-)



  
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Jan 23, 2017 20:43 |  #808

maxblack wrote in post #18252645 (external link)
I'm not a big fan of liner locks either, so what did I do?
I got one. :rolleyes: "Me" fingers never feel safe closing it.

Speaking of liner locks, this is one of my favorite pocket knives.
Benchmade 740 DeJaVoo.

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Jan 23, 2017 20:58 |  #809

I use this one as a kitchen knife. Some of you might recognize the Pout House logo of L.T. Wright. ;-)a
I believe this one is called The Patriot, made with D2 steel.

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Jan 25, 2017 12:53 |  #810

Three Victorinox Swiss Army Knife MiniChamp knives in red, silver and black Alox (aluminum oxide), finish. Each knife is 58 mm in length closed (2.28 inches), and has a total of 14 tools enclosed in the body. Each weighs 39 grams (1.37 ounces), and makes a handy little multi-tool to carry in the office. Because the Alox model has aluminum scales (handles), there is no toothpick or tweezers as there are on the plastic handle MiniChamp knives.


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