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Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by NeverMore1701, Jun 26, 2012.
Noice! I'm yellous.
Been hunting one for a while, not many out there, especially for under $200. This one is used, but looks like its in good shape, so I'm pretty happy
I want to see pics when you get it.
I'm waiting on these to arrive.
I think you post enough pics for all of us
Do you want me to stop?
Would it matter?
Rukus came today, it'd forgotten how beastly these things are! Love it!
Liar... Prove it.
As soon as I get home
Nice! That ones is on my list.
It's been on my list for a long time now, glad to finally snag one. Do like the silver twill inserts.
So do I, they look nice.
Me too. I LOVES me a Rukus!!
Don't know why I'm on a fixed blade kick all of a sudden but I have a Spyderco Hossom Forester and a Becker BK77 incoming. Stainless is painless!
Decided i wanted a fixed balde and decided to get this
Coye Ridgeback - seems sturdy enough for any use i will find for it.
Not familiar with it, but it looks nice
A friend just sent me a NIB Camillus like the one I was issued while serving:
I purchased a few knives this year and I consider an Xmas present last year on this years list, I received a Kershaw Whirlwind which caused me to retire my SOG Flash II. The Kershaw is more comfortable in my hand.
About the only purchase that would be of interest around these parts would be the SOG Aura SEAL I picked up on a whim. I wanted something to put up againsnt my old K-Bar for my "Ultralight/minimalist" kit. Shopping around I got it for a bit over $30 and for my behind the seat of the truck kit it makes more sense than the K-bar (leather rots in this country) or my old Chris Reeve (he quit making that model and it was too expensive for the ob anyway).
I wouldn't try digging a trench with the SOG (I have an original "Spetznaz" shovel in the kit for digging and one edge is sharpened for chopping) but for most cutting chores this SOG seems to be doing well in my little "tests". For a little over $30 it's not one I worry about.