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Hello!

I’m usually a Spyderco guy, but I lucked into a deal for a brand new Kizer and money flew out of my hand before I could over think it. Damn smooth and feels amazing in my hand!

First time trying to post a pic, hope it works!

https://ibb.co/bZ9JOS

Jim


That which doesn't kill you only makes you stronger
 
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Interesting !! Looks like quite the slicer!
 
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I've been eyeing those but ended up with another Griptillian.
How is the handle texture and width? What blade steel and how does it look closed?

Thanks sorry for all the ?'s
 
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Hello!

https://ibb.co/gNZ9xn
https://ibb.co/cpQGcn

Handle could use the slightest texture, but it’s not downright slick. Blade is dead center. Carried it today - it’s big, but not too much to carry.

Jim


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Some people call it a sling blade, I call it a Kizer blade. Umm Hmm.

 
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