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  • Bigchillin83

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    Work knife, I know she’s ugly but what part of the blade she has is sharp :mamoru: doesn’t pay to keep a good one cause when I get sprayed with chemicals or acid it’s gotta go either cause of it being a carcinogen or just pain melted lol
     

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    MOTOR51

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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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    My ZT 0230 will be here Sunday. I’ll post a pic when it gets here. I did get my fresh Sebenza 21 in. It’s fresh from the CRK Spa so like brand new.
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    mukwah

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    Work knife, I know she’s ugly but what part of the blade she has is sharp :mamoru: doesn’t pay to keep a good one cause when I get sprayed with chemicals or acid it’s gotta go either cause of it being a carcinogen or just pain melted lol
    Looks like a Kershaw. If so then you have one of the best work knives made (JMHO). Those knives take a lot of abuse and tough work and just keep on working. One of the best knives on the market for the money. They also have such a wide variety of styles and designs it's hard not to find one that you like. Good choice!

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    Bigchillin83

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    Looks like a Kershaw. If so then you have one of the best work knives made (JMHO). Those knives take a lot of abuse and tough work and just keep on working. One of the best knives on the market for the money. They also have such a wide variety of styles and designs it's hard not to find one that you like. Good choice!

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    yes sir its a kershaw..
     

    MOTOR51

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    Nice! I think that model is ZT's first slip joint. That blade design will definitely get the job done!

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    Yeah. They have another one that’s the same style with more of a drop point blade and it has a small pocket clip


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    MOTOR51

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    This one came in today. Figure I’ll try out Hinderer. It’s an extremely smooth flipper with the bearings.


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    SVTFreak

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    This one came in today. Figure I’ll try out Hinderer. It’s an extremely smooth flipper with the bearings.


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    Spyderco Ambitious G10. Big fan of Spyderco since my service days

    Hinderers are very capable knives. Just not designed to do what I generally need to do with my pocket carry lol.

    Ain’t nothing wrong with a spyderco. It’s all I carried for a long time. Before I fell down the rabbit hole.
     

    MOTOR51

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    So the adventure continues. Been trying a few Striders out. They are better everyday carry knives as far as slicing etc than the Hinderers. Trying to decide if I enjoy the SnG or the SMF better.

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    2011ERIC

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    So the adventure continues. Been trying a few Striders out. They are better everyday carry knives as far as slicing etc than the Hinderers. Trying to decide if I enjoy the SnG or the SMF better.

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    I’d love to have a SnG. They seemed to have eluded me the couple of years.


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    MOTOR51

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    I’d love to have a SnG. They seemed to have eluded me the couple of years.


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    It’s almost Impossible to buy one from a dealer online. It’s all used market now


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    MOTOR51

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    you got a problem and you need help:mamoru: that means alot comming from me... you know what they say " the pot calling the kettle black" :rofl:

    Lol. You are def the pot


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