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Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by NeverMore1701, Jan 2, 2014.
That looks amazing. What is is?
Bought an Emerson horseman early in 2014 -- favorite knife ever.
I want to get a strider SNG! Hopefully, I can make this happen.
I recently bought a Spyderco camo PM2 and Chaparral. I love Spyderco.
The PM2 is one of my all time favorite knives, custom and production.
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To be honest with you, I do love it and I am dying for the Earth Brown version in S35vn but I honestly much prefer my Caly 3.5 as an EDC. It just carries like a Delica with a blade that is pretty much the same size as the pm2 and the fact that I love VG10 helps also.
I know the Caly isn't as durable, the lock is probably inferior to the pm2's comp. lock, the steel isn't as impressive, USA made compared to Japanese made, and Caly isn't nearly as sought after. With all of that said, the pm2 hasn't left the box since I got the Caly in a trade.
Have a Spyderco Military Fluted Ti and a black Szabo coming soon
Well, my new Persian is "new" again...
That is a Pohan Leu bluephin flipper. Its got a 4" blade with a scandi grind. Overall length is about 10 inches. Carbon fiber bolster and a silver twill carbon fiber scale. It is an all titanium frame. The lock side appears to be stone washed and it has a 3D machined silver lightening strike carbon fiber pocket clip. It runs on IKBS bearings. The flipping action is awesome, even for such a large and heavy blade. Blade thickness is around .19. I'll attach a few more. If you notice, there looks to be coloring in between the jimping, Mr. Leu states this is from the heat treat process and not all blades come out with it. Its a very nice touch. Also, blade steel is S35VN.
Thanks for sharing, that is an amazing looking knife. The Brous Blades Reloader I posted above also rides on bearings and is a fantastic flipper too. Love it's beefy blade.
THAT is what I'd like to get my hands on. A 2013 Division Flipper by Brous Blades. But at $420.....I'll have to wait awhile.
I would certainly hate to be on the business end of that Persian. That is a mean looking SOB.
I just scored a NIB Spyderco Chaparral for $75 off of BladeForums. I love the exchange there.
Nice, looks like an ETAK-B with a finger choil.
I agree on the blade side, and a 13/Journeyman on the frame side.
Had a stray Dawg follow me home:
My Busse knife collection has seen a few more added this year
Wow, nice group there. ^