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Anyone else have any knives from this company?
CJRB being the budget line of Artisan.

The Artisan Archeao Ti, the Virginia & an Archeao Layered G10




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Love the hydraulic action on this knife.










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Very nice.
I need to avoid threads like this.
Your ZT thread caused me to buy one.
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Originally posted by Patrick-SP2022:
Very nice.
I need to avoid threads like this.
Your ZT thread caused me to buy one.
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What did you get ?




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I picked up a 0350TS and an ESEE-5PB-002.
A couple of Christmas presents to myself.



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I’ve yet to snag a 350 but I’m sure I’ll get around to it soon!




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CJRB Centros Micarta







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You know, there were some on Drop (Massdrop) that I was eyeballing. D2 tool steel wearing jade G10 for under $50 is pretty tempting. I like the middle one in the top pic you posted, Grumpy.


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You know, there were some on Drop (Massdrop) that I was eyeballing. D2 tool steel wearing jade G10 for under $50 is pretty tempting. I like the middle one in the top pic you posted, Grumpy.



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Be still my heart..... they are gorgeous..........
 
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Been looking at these lately, thir stuff looks nice. How's the build quality? Do you own any with the D2 steel?



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Been looking at these lately, thir stuff looks nice. How's the build quality? Do you own any with the D2 steel?



I have a Briar, 2) Centros & a Feldspar (large)
all in D2.
I’m not a steel snob so for an EDC knife in that price range it’s all I’ll need.
All their knives run on caged bearings and are smooth as a bearing knife should be.
If ZT tried to sell a 0562 with D2 @ $240... I’d laugh !

I’m very impressed with the CJRB Centros & the Artisan Archaeo.


Couple video reviews from Nick Shabazz

https://youtu.be/eCVhqsVIft0

https://youtu.be/gI_sPVoKNbc



Centros CF



Centros Micarta



Feldspar Jade G10



Briar CF







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So this just arrived today !
CJRB Maileah , Monday.














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