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so sexy it hurts
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Agony, that's a sexy little knife, love the lines on it.
Going right now to check out more details....


It really is a great little knife.
I was afraid it was going to be too thin, but the thinness isn't a big issue so far.
Personally it feels more secure in my hand than a mini-griptilian or a 940.
And at 1.85 ounces, it disappears in the pocket.




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I replaced the plastic scales on the 535 Bugout with carbon fiber. I really love this little knife.







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^^^^^Cool knife, nice photos

Enjoying a finger before dinner


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I just started carrying a Hogue X-1 Microflip. Seems like a great little knife. 2.75" blade. The flipper deploys the knife well as long as you don't put your finger across the whole thing. All you do is press on the very distal end of it and it launches as if it was an assisted opening knife.



I grabbed this knife on special at opticsplanet. They already had a decently discounted price, then I found they had 15% off thru labor day so I got it for about $107 shipped (Big knife stores are asking around $150). This is my first Hogue Knife.....



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Carried these two today while hiking:
ESEE Becker BK14 and a benchmade copy Ganzo 704.




"You have the right not to be killed..."

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man, seeing all these CRK's makes me so sad mine got stolen Frown I refuse to pay that much for the same knife twice too.


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The one in the middle.

Edit: Holy Moses! Here is the link: https://i.imgur.com/8uvalPl.jpg

I'll have to figure out how to resize that.



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The one in the middle.

Edit: Holy Moses! Here is the link: https://i.imgur.com/8uvalPl.jpg

I'll have to figure out how to resize that.


Love the forum knife! I've been carrying mine as well.





"You have the right not to be killed..."

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The one in the middle.

Edit: Holy Moses! Here is the link: https://i.imgur.com/8uvalPl.jpg

I'll have to figure out how to resize that.


Love the forum knife! I've been carrying mine as well.



I am loving it as well. Hopefully this picture works better.

Edit: Nope. I have no idea what's going on with Imgur.

https://i.imgur.com/liFEcqZ.jpg



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I replaced the plastic scales on the 535 Bugout with carbon fiber. I really love this little knife.

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Really love the look of this knife. Looks like a great, slightly bigger brother to the Mini Griptilian.
 
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Really love the look of this knife. Looks like a great, slightly bigger brother to the Mini Griptilian.


It handles totally differently than the mini grip. It is very thin, but the handle is much longer. I have medium sized hands and the bugout feels more secure in my hand than the mini grip. The blade is longer as well.




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I switch up my EDC blade and light on an almost daily basis, but lately I have been carrying my Byrd Raven 2 folder along with a Fenix L1T (AA with a clicky tailcap) light, and my leatherman juice S2.



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i am still carrying my buck






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