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My hypocrisy goes only so far
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^^^Made in China, though I believe at least some (all?) are 'assembled' in the US.


Well shoot



Don’t walk around your home & look at the “made in...” stamps & decals !
It’ll ruin your day ! Wink




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Dammit. I really want that Archaeo with the hammered copper handle.

...I DO need a backup knife for my Emerson.


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Originally posted by Quattro15:
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Originally posted by nhracecraft:
^^^Made in China, though I believe at least some (all?) are 'assembled' in the US.


Well shoot


Don’t walk around your home & look at the “made in...” stamps & decals !
It’ll ruin your day ! Wink


It would have been the icing on the cake! How do you like the fit and finish? I usually carry a Leatherman Skeletool. I find I use it quite often for uses other that just the knife.


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[Quote] It would have been the icing on the cake! How do you like the fit and finish? I usually carry a Leatherman Skeletool. I find I use it quite often for uses other that just the knife. [quote]



The fit & finish is so much better on the titanium model.
But of course it’s more than 3 times the price of the Copper , Bronze or Brass versions.

















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Here’s a teaser of the Big Chonk that was one of a couple that arrived this weekend.






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I like that blade design!


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I really like the titanium mini.
It’s a Dirk Pinkerton collaboration knife.
The full-size Proponent is a bit much for me but I had to buy it to find out.
My hands are not xl so it’s at the max of what’s enjoyable to fidget with.
But sometimes ya just gotta scratch that itch.











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