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  • JBP55

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    My new to me Sebenza
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    Let me know when you want to trade or sell one of your "quality used knives" at a discount.
     

    MOTOR51

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    I love mine
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    I like that tanto. I have another one coming that is in excellent shape that I will put up. SVT is an enabler. Now he has me looking at slipjoints lol


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    MOTOR51

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    Think you'll ever find the holy grail?

    I think the search is the fun part. One day maybe but I don’t see it. This is what I’ve learned so far. The bugouts are the lightest, sabenzas are the best built and smoothest, but I will always use my cheap SAKs the most . I’ve still got to try a Hinderer and a Strider(trying to get past the thought of Mick).


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    SVTFreak

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    It’s a rare day that I don’t have 2 knives with 3-4 blades total on me. Love my sebenzas, large and small. But I’m in a shiro mood lately. This hati is s30v and is about the best steel I’ve ever owned. They have it perfected. This particular one runs on washers using a pivot bushing like the reeves. Makes it durable and easy to clean. The bearing knives are smoother but even these are incredible. The slip joint is m390 with ti bolsters and lines, Italian from lionsteel and is the perfect size and quite well made. One of the few production slippies that’ll knock my customs aside for a few days.

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    Yeah, don’t text me about advice for knives or we’ll talk for days and I’ll talk you into all kinds of expensive purchases lol
     

    MOTOR51

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    It’s a rare day that I don’t have 2 knives with 3-4 blades total on me. Love my sebenzas, large and small. But I’m in a shiro mood lately. This hati is s30v and is about the best steel I’ve ever owned. They have it perfected. This particular one runs on washers using a pivot bushing like the reeves. Makes it durable and easy to clean. The bearing knives are smoother but even these are incredible. The slip joint is m390 with ti bolsters and lines, Italian from lionsteel and is the perfect size and quite well made. One of the few production slippies that’ll knock my customs aside for a few days.

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    Yeah, don’t text me about advice for knives or we’ll talk for days and I’ll talk you into all kinds of expensive purchases lol

    Lol, I’m sure it’s no coincidence the 2 knives u show are the 2 I want to get next


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    tallwalker

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    Lol, I’m sure it’s no coincidence the 2 knives u show are the 2 I want to get next


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    That Lionsteel CK really grabs me. Is that one of their special editions? Can’t find it anywhere on their site.


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    mukwah

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    It’s a rare day that I don’t have 2 knives with 3-4 blades total on me. Love my sebenzas, large and small. But I’m in a shiro mood lately. This hati is s30v and is about the best steel I’ve ever owned. They have it perfected. This particular one runs on washers using a pivot bushing like the reeves. Makes it durable and easy to clean. The bearing knives are smoother but even these are incredible. The slip joint is m390 with ti bolsters and lines, Italian from lionsteel and is the perfect size and quite well made. One of the few production slippies that’ll knock my customs aside for a few days.

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    Yeah, don’t text me about advice for knives or we’ll talk for days and I’ll talk you into all kinds of expensive purchases lol
    Dang that Lionsteel is a purty knife! Gets me all knife crazy!

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    tallwalker

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    It’s their CK01 edition that is limited to collectorknives.net. SVT originally showed me and be warned, they are all awesome lol. I like this one

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    Thank you. Now that I have said that... dang you! ;)

    Mukwah, glad it’s not just me but I seldom see knives that just drool over right away. This one just has it all.

    Edited: to say it looks like that was a limited because it isn’t listed anymore that I could find. Would love to find a really well made 2 blade with both a clip point and sheepfoot that I like. The scales make that one look extra traditional too. A real beauty.

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    mukwah

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    Had to go and pull out one of my slip joints just to calm me down a little. A Case trapper lock.
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