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My lefty Sebenza 31. Love the drop point, hollow ground blade. My large Seb came direct from CRK much sharper than my small Seb.


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My lefty Sebenza 31. Love the drop point, hollow ground blade. My large Seb came direct from CRK much sharper than my small Seb.


Yeah, I have "a few" other knives, including 3 other Chris Reeve knives, and they were all bought to be users, but the 31 keeps ending up back in my pocket.


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Full Titanium Hinderer XM-18 geared brass backspacer & pocket clip with brass over travel stop.







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I needed a couple of knives for Christmas gifts, they're going to foodies. Nice paring knives, good materials.

Black Micarta, steel is 50100


Imitation Ivory, steel is 80CrV2

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Off Grid Scorpion Blackout v2. It's a nice knife!

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Still totin' my Esse Izula.




 
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Escort, Dirk Pinkerton collab with Kizer in 20CV.
I orders & added their titanium pocket clip to it.
There a lot of new designs out since Benchmade patent on the “axis” lock ran out.






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As stated in another thread, I may carry another blade at times, but if I have pants on, one of these is in my pocket and has been for over 50 years. Grampa gave me my first in the mid 60's

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Merry Christmas all!


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Nothing screams Merry Christmas like my Microtech
Cypher, I will hold it close to me through out Santa's visit tonight.
If I don't get what I want, I'll CUT HIM, then I will head to the roof and start on the reindeer!
 
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My boys gave me a Spyderco Para 3 in Maxamet for Christmas. Added it to the rotation.

Added a few images of the factory edge at 100x, 500x, and 1,000x. Will see how it holds up in the coming months.




 
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"They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
--Benjamin Franklin, 1759--


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My boys gave me a Spyderco Para 3 in Maxamet for Christmas. Added it to the rotation.

Added a few images of the factory edge at 100x, 500x, and 1,000x. Will see how it holds up in the coming months.




If it’s anything like my PM2 Maxamet it’ll only need a strop unless you’re digging dandelions with it. Wink
* I did put a mirrored edge on mine but I couldn’t resist it.






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"They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
--Benjamin Franklin, 1759--


Special Edition - Reverse TT 229ST.Sig Logo'd CTC Grips., Bedair guide rod

 
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I just got this Para 2 from the Cutlery Shop, it's going to replace my orange Military. For years I only carried custom knives and used them daily while managing businesses, since retiring I've come to like the Spyderco knives.



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