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Thursday I got a Ramon Chaves C.H.U.B.- Chaves Handy Utility Blade.

It's an amazingly handy little utility blade. Clipped in my pocket it just disappears. This might be a game changer for my regular EDC.



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No pics yet, but I swapped out carrying my Benchmade AutoStryker for the Benchmade Phaeton Santa got me.


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Tidioute Cutlery 721116LB Cody Scout Lockback, Canvas Micarta, 1095 Carbon Steel, 3 7/8" closed

 
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Thursday I got a Ramon Chaves C.H.U.B.- Chaves Handy Utility Blade.

It's an amazingly handy little utility blade. Clipped in my pocket it just disappears. This might be a game changer for my regular EDC.



In a parade of wonderful blades, that's a standout. Unnecessary, extravagant, beautiful. Smile




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Thank you to member Kravashera for turning me on to this LionSteel knife.

My new knife arrived yesterday. I am carrying it today, but will probably not make it part of my regular rotation.

It is a beautifully crafted knife. The spring is strong, the knife is tight, the blade is stout and perfectly centered.

IMO, LionSteel has taken an old school design and made it better.

This knife belongs in a museum, it is that beautiful to me.



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Picked this up for less than 15 dollars yesterday. Its a nice little tool that I can use and not kill my ZT

 
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Thank you to member Kravashera for turning me on to this LionSteel knife.

My new knife arrived yesterday. I am carrying it today, but will probably not make it part of my regular rotation.

It is a beautifully crafted knife. The spring is strong, the knife is tight, the blade is stout and perfectly centered.

IMO, LionSteel has taken an old school design and made it better.

This knife belongs in a museum, it is that beautiful to me.



Glad you are happy with it Big Grin Photoman12001 was the one that introduced me to the line. Between his and Hobbs’ posts, my wallet has gotten significantly lighter.




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Could fall into: carrying or totin'... also "Just Because"!





"Just Because" I happened to have a friend who is a great machinist & welder.

...and you could run out of ammo!

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I'll join the chorus; I like that Lionsteel, too. Very nice.
 
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Grey Spyderco Delica 4 FFG/FRN, blade reprofiled to a Wharncliffe style and shortened to 2-3/8" by https://www.northernknives.com/



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The Hubertus Shell Puller on the bottom is my first new-to-me Hubertus since 2001. It is truly a PRIZE knife.
I won a recent photography contest in the Gallery section and this was the prize generously offered by the contest organizer DSgrouse. Thank you DS!


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