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A couple more CRK videos in case anyone is interested in seeing more of these knives:


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I to was unimpressed with my CRK when I first got it. Took a little while but now it's my everyday carry. I have the small Sebenza 21 Insingo. I wouldn't part with it now. Smile


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It was another good afternoon. My new (to me) small 21 with micarta inlays arrived as did my HK P7 M8 slide from CCR. I look forward to using both of these.







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Posts: 1248 | Location: Inside the Beltway (VA) | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by photoman12001:
I plan to do a comparison video of these small titanium frame locks.

Looking forward to your thoughts on the Small Sebenza 21 vs. ZT0900. Thanks for your posts.
 
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Originally posted by photoman12001:
I plan to do a comparison video of these small titanium frame locks.

Looking forward to your thoughts on the Small Sebenza 21 vs. ZT0900. Thanks for your posts.


I'll try and do a video this weekend. I will say that the ZT is one of my top picks/recommendations for a small EDC knife.

I picked up a Sebenza 25 with inlays and really like it. I feel like it benefits from the inlays more than the 21 (small or large) as far as feel goes. The plain 25 felt awesome but with inlays it feels perfect without the pocket clip.



A few more photos of smalls and larges.





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See all my firearm photos at
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View a photography demo video here:
http://youtu.be/Iftice_BYlE
 
Posts: 1248 | Location: Inside the Beltway (VA) | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I got this small Insingo with carbon inlays today. I like both of these a lot but especially the bead blast Insingo blade with the polished handles.



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View a photography demo video here:
http://youtu.be/Iftice_BYlE
 
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A little Sebenza maintenance video:



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http://youtu.be/Iftice_BYlE
 
Posts: 1248 | Location: Inside the Beltway (VA) | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I thought I'd update this CRK thread a bit. I've picked up a few examples of small & large Classic & Regular Sebenzas recently and done a some more videos talking about them. These CRKs are fun to collect though I've had to sell some to make room for new additions. I actually picked up the large, plain Regular from the Classifieds here.





Large Sebenzas from bottom to top: Regular, Classic, 21, 25






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Posts: 1248 | Location: Inside the Beltway (VA) | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Nice collection of CRK's!

The last year or so, I've been drawn back to the traditional folders, like Barlows, stockmans, etc, & have been concentrating on them mostly.

I'd like to pick up a Small Insigno to go along with my 25, but I'd like to handle one first to see if it would suit my needs.


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Your pictures are awesome. Where are you buying the CRKs from?


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Your pictures are awesome. Where are you buying the CRKs from?


Thanks.
I've had about 18 (currently 14) and purchased all of them from the Exchange on BladeForums except for a small 21 from eBay and the large Regular from the Classifieds here.


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See all my firearm photos at
http://s1274.photobucket.com/u...rearms?sort=3&page=1
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View a photography demo video here:
http://youtu.be/Iftice_BYlE
 
Posts: 1248 | Location: Inside the Beltway (VA) | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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My CR small Sebenza, and Professional soldier are my favorite folder and fixed blades. I've carried the Sebenza for over ten years, and like the OP, I was skeptical of the cost. After a few weeks I began to appreciate it more and more. I'll never sell or trade that one. My only regret is that I didn't buy one of every model while I was still single.

Thanks for posting all those great pics!
Sean


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