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Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by Scarecrow28, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. nosuchagency

    nosuchagency @ you in tohoscope...

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  2. NeverMore1701

    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    Makes me sad my Benchmades aren't assisted :crying:

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    Just have to go get the world's smallest Torx wrench to put clip in the right place :upeyes:
     

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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    Been wanting one since I first saw a picture online a a few years ago (may even have been here). Meandered into the crappy knife store in the mall, which I haven't been into since they first opened about 4 years ago, and their last 0301 was on sale for $250. Came home, did a few searches, went back the next day and got it. Absolutely love it. Just a bit smaller than my Onslaught, a hair heavier, and the action is slick as snot. Locks up like a bank vault too. Only thing I don't like about it is it means my Benchmades won't get much pocket time now :crying::crying:
     
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    Extremely happy with both knives. Beating on the ESEE izula, and it's holding up wonderfully.

    The Spyderco Para2 is by far my favorite folding knife. Perfect IMO, used for EDC.
     
  7. Travclem

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    I know the feeling. My new Umnumzaan will be here next week. I have a feeling that my Emersons, Benchmades, and Spydercos will be getting neglected for a while.

    Now what I need to do is find a reasonable price on a Hinderer XM-18 or preferably XM-24.
     
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    I have heard lots of great things about both knives, they should serve you for a lifetime.
     
  9. JASV.17

    JASV.17 Prime Example

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    Whoa. Wow!

    I'm not a knife-guy, but that is beautiful. Really, really beautiful.

    Went to the site and $ was as expected.:crying:

    Oh well, added to the list of must-haves. One day.
     
  10. Travclem

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    They are a little pricey but well worth it IMO. Paul is a true craftsman and uses top quality materials. the grind lines are perfect and the finish is immaculate. Not to mention the 1/4" spine.
     
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    Edwood Todo por México

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    syntaxerrorsix Anti-Federalist CLM

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    Bucked up and got one of the new releases eh?

    Love my Persian :supergrin:

    Nice photos as usual.
     
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    nosuchagency @ you in tohoscope...

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    lil' change of pace from my benchmade whoring ways...
     
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    The two I'm carrying today.

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    How do you like the Russlock?
     
  18. Travclem

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    They are defiantly a love it or hate it design. I am one of the few that absolutely loves them. I have ~10 or so of them. They are very nice once you figure out how to open them. The Russlock is by far my favorite CaseXX design followed by Copperlocks and Canoes. This is the 2011 Calypso Blue, it's the only one to ever have a drop point blade. All other Russlocks are Clip point. I hope they start making them with this blade more, I really like it.
     
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    You're killing me with Dan's hawk. IMHO the nicest one made.

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