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Anonymous 2017-03-22 07:22:40 No.33388163

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Loving the Kershaw Dividend. Thin and lightweight with good lines. Gonna see how KAI's 420HC holds up.


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Anonymous 2017-03-22 07:28:35 No.33388182
Any opinions on the Kershaw Damascus steel folders? Was thinking of getting the Link or the Skyline.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 08:29:20 No.33388490
>>33388182
The Skyline is great, and I'd assume the Link is as well but I haven't handled one myself. If you're trying to pick between the two the Skyline is going to be a little bit smaller and has a manual flipper vs. the slightly bigger assisted Link. Skyline has G10 vs. the Link's aluminum handles. If you want a smaller Link check out the Dividend.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 08:38:07 No.33388542
>>33388163
>Thin and lightweight

thin and lightweight, you say?
0.075'' spine, 0.032'' 1/4'' behind the edge, 0.010'' at the shoulder of the edge.
2.4 ounces with wheath. Differentially hardened 1095, heat treated for edge stability.

Essentially a fixed blade version of sodbuster knives like the gec bullnose

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 08:45:00 No.33388573
Recently scored a Kizlyar Supreme Biker X, the gray titanium/blue G10 version with the "caged bearing" assisted opening mechanism. Out of all my knives, it's my favorite.

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"Namefag" 2017-03-22 09:23:25 No.33388680
>>33388182
>>33388490
I own 4 Skylines, including a Damascus one.. I don't own a Link but I've handled one, and my first impressions is it maybe even better than the Skyline for the money. I was going to pick up a blue s35vn one from House Of Blades, but their out, idk if they are making more.

My only worry with the Link is that it is Speed Safe assisted. I've had two different knives with Speed Safe (ZT 0770cf M4 and Leek) fail on me. It's not big deal, in both cases KAI sent me a free replacement spring when I emailed them and said I'm fine replacing the spring my self. But it's worth considering.

>>33388573
I've yet to dive into Kizlyar... Maybe one day. But I'm glad to hear people are liking them.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 09:39:00 No.33388707
>>33388680
Some autists have left reviews saying the Damascus used in the Skyline isn't "real" Damascus steel, is just etched, and that the pattern will come off if you rub it hard enough. Any truth to this, or full of shit?

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"Namefag" 2017-03-22 10:32:14 No.33388845
>>33388707
I've yet to try and rub it off, but as far as I can tell and have read, Alabama Damascus is actual layered damascus. Also Kershaw is far from a snake oil company, they would not market fake damascus as real.

I can't seem to find the exact composite of it though. But from sharpening it and using it a little, I can tell it's not a bad steel. I need to take some pics of my damascus Skyline, it took a very high polish edge.

To bring out the texture of damascus, often some type of staining takes place. The different steels react differently, and that is what brings out the contrast. It's possibly that they polished off the patina, making it look like a mono steel blade.

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Sebenza guy 2017-03-22 10:33:43 No.33388847
>>33388163
>not a sebenza
You mean recent mistake edition.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 11:16:43 No.33388939
>>33388847
>sebenza

couldn't have made a bigger mistake, friend.
How's that edge holding up?

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Sebenza guy 2017-03-22 11:30:46 No.33388980
>>33388939
>couldn't have made a bigger mistake
>Espada XL exists

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 11:35:04 No.33389001
How's the cadet for a babby knife, /pol/?

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 12:04:16 No.33389097
>>33388980
>y u say dis?
;_;

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 12:37:27 No.33389208
>>33388847
Git

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 12:50:50 No.33389271
>>33389097
>>33388980

Brutal.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 12:57:59 No.33389292
Recently got this, not sure how to properly judge as this is my first knife but it feels strong and has a solid grip. Still figuring how to flip it out quickly if anyone has any tips that would be greatly appreciated

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 12:59:58 No.33389300
>>33389292
Loosen the pivot screw a bit.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 13:02:46 No.33389314
>>33389300
Thats a good help but I more mean like hand movements wise? if you get what I mean. I don't want to have it overly loose just more like being able to flick my hand out and open it without my hand getting caught at any point

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 13:10:13 No.33389334
>>33389314

https://youtu.be/ardQq_35Ec8

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 14:12:18 No.33389663
Still extremely pleased with the skrama. Goes hard on the wrist though.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 14:14:25 No.33389682
>>33389292

Had one of these for years,
Shit for EDC, crap at everything except stabbing and looking ninja when flipping it open.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 14:16:49 No.33389696
>>33389663

serves you right for not using a 3.5'' blade.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 14:26:52 No.33389785
>>33389696
Oh the cutting works just fine, the knife is light for it's size and the handle is comfy and ergonomic.
You can't let the weight do the work like with a hatchet. It's possible to dodge this by using the same chopping technique they use for kukris but I'm to impatient and just power through.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 14:49:48 No.33389957
How is it 87 already

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 18:17:06 No.33391689
Slight mods to both the swisstool and sebenza: Matte/dark grey finish applied with some FeCl3 etchant.

Arrived in the mail today: Surprisingly awesome chinese "D2" knockoff fixed blade. I didn't know it had lionsteel logos on it when ordered, but it is of surprisingly awesome quality for the $28 paid. sheath fits well, although pretty thin kydex. super thick blade stock, very nicely machined g10 scales with comfy contours. I may order a few more and ask the seller if they have them without the logos.
we'll see how the blade actually holds up.

The contrast between the blade of the fixed and the finish of the seb & swisstool show the effects of the Ferric Chloride.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 18:32:01 No.33391852
Give me your best knife choices for $20 and under. My current choice, Ontario Rat II

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 18:35:03 No.33391884
>>33391852
Douk-Douk

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 18:38:47 No.33391921
>>33391884
>Douk-Douk
whats up with the branding on the handle? is it like a dunce shit monster?

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 18:42:14 No.33391957
Thinking of getting the Lions Toothpick from TOPS.

Anyone had any experience with it?

I need a really good shank that can hit the lungs / other things easily. It's 4 inches, which is a damn good length for such things.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 18:43:41 No.33391973
>>33391921
nigga what

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 19:48:45 No.33392531
>>33388163
Made the knife and the sheath.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 19:53:51 No.33392599
>>33392531
I love the feeling of the paracord handles, plus you have rope if you need it.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 20:01:48 No.33392686
>>33392599
I made this knife for someone who wants to bring it back packing, that's why I did a cord wrap. I wasn't really a big cord wrap fan but if you can do it tight it feels pretty good.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 20:52:56 No.33393217
>>33392686
to each their own, I don't prefer it on most knives but on a small tang like the one in your pic, they don't throw me off, I'm also a huge sucker for multipurpose items.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 21:23:51 No.33393496
>>33392531

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 21:26:48 No.33393528
>>33388163
Got this in the mail yesterday. How hard did I fall for the meme?

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 21:44:03 No.33393754
>>33388542
Holy shit the Calton meme is real! How are you liking it?

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 21:49:46 No.33393837
Little one for work. Big one for EDC.

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Anonymous 2017-03-22 22:20:22 No.33394137
>>33388163
Its like the american version of 8cr13

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 00:35:59 No.33395580
>>33388845
Really wish they brought this back along with the other colored G10 variants

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 02:51:49 No.33396943
>>33389292
Clip it to your pocket, catch the guard on your pocket as you draw it, blade will pop out as it clears the pocket.

Twist the knife slightly to facilitate this

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 02:52:53 No.33396966
>>33391921
It's a god of death, called a "douk douk"

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"Namefag" 2017-03-23 02:59:47 No.33397056
>>33394137
8Cr13MoV is not the same as 420HC, it's more comparable with a 440 based on it's carbon content but the same as 420hc based on chromium content.

Either way, it would be wrong to call it the "American version", more like 8Cr13 is the Chines Version of American 420hc.

>>33395580
Yeah it's a really nice knife. Had an absolute crap sheath though, it looked horrible, and functioned worse. I ended up getting a Kydex sheath for it.

I don't own one, but I think the Kershaw Diskin Hunter is a better knife than the Skyline fixed blade wise. I held one the other day and was really impressed, may have to get one.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 03:02:04 No.33397087
>>33388163
I need a decent fixed blade that isn't huge.

I'm thinking OKC Rat-3?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 03:07:09 No.33397144
Hey /k/ I wanna sell a couple of my knives. Let me know what you think of these prices.
BK10-micarta scales dyed black-custom crossdraw/scout sheath-stripped coating natural patina-added choil-used $90
LTWK Bushcrafter HC w/ handmade sheath-VERY lightly used, shaved a stick down and nothing else has been done with it $70
Ontario Carter Prime-used, cut open a beer can and fucked the finish up a little bit other than that nothing has been done with it $50
And a Ganzo 717 like new for $15

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 03:12:15 No.33397193
The CHRIS REEVE SEBENZA is the greatest knife ever designed. Its perfectly slender and minimalist design, when combined with a buttery smooth action, make it the most comfortable knife known to mankind. Its sharpness and speed are scientifically proven to have killed off all the dinosaurs upon its arrival to earth. A man once reportedly dropped his CHRIS REEVE SEBENZA in New York (with no damage to the Sebenza of course). The knife cut through the sidewalk and disappeared for 3 months until a Chinese man stepped on the blade coming through the dirt in a local fish market. After infection set in, he then used that same CHRIS REEVE SEBENZA to amputate his own foot in one slice. God bless Chris Reeve and praise be Sebenza.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 03:23:01 No.33397314
>>33388163

Like that color. Knife looks like a pretty good buy. might have to pick one up.

Here is my most recent acquisition.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 03:25:25 No.33397341
>>33397314
GAAAAAAY!

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 03:26:42 No.33397362
>>33397341
it is actually pretty gay anon

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 03:41:10 No.33397530
I have a few bench mades. I bought a cheap ass 3 dollar knife at Wal-Mart and that shit has been surprising the fuck out of me. I expected it to last a few weeks, a year later I still carry it at times cause it matches a pair of my khakis and isn't noticeable.

It's like Ozark trail or some shit brand but it's actually a decent little folder.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 03:51:07 No.33397653
>>33397530
you should try one of the sanrenmu sebenza clones they are fuckin choice and only 12 bucks

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 04:07:44 No.33397841
>>33388163
Don't have the Dividend, but I really like the design. My Kershaw Storm II and two ZT knives have been great. I carried the Storm for several years as my work knife and it held an edge well

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 04:25:58 No.33397986
>>33397841
>0456
My brother of melanin-enriched complexion. It's a great knife, isn't it?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 04:34:11 No.33398060
>>33397986
>>33397841

Disgusting taste

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 04:52:03 No.33398223
>>33398060
>those poor tolerances on pivot
Sometimes I understand why people rave about Chris Reeve.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 05:20:15 No.33398418
>>33398060
I see you have not yet embraced Dmitry in your heart yet, anon.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 07:36:50 No.33399203
>>33393754
>an apple

I'll raise you some chili.

Liking it a lot - it's my new go-to edc knife. Very light and handy, top notch performance - couldn't ask for more.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 11:41:22 No.33400058
>>33388163
I've never been into a knives, but my first one, just arrived this morning

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 12:13:22 No.33400162
>>33400058
did they send you ghost peppers with the knife?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 12:29:43 No.33400229
>>33400162
no, he fucking bought ghost peppers

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 12:47:48 No.33400307
>>33393528
Mall ninja get out
Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 12:52:42 No.33400324
>>33397986
Great knife, but I'm white. Not sure where that came from.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 13:09:37 No.33400404
Recent acquisition

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 13:47:34 No.33400593
>>33400404

nice brick.Hope you're not planning on actually using it, or you will experience a new level of pain.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 13:52:37 No.33400614
>>33400593
What do you have, the arms of a little girl? This weight is fantastic.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 13:55:14 No.33400629
>>33400162
Store sent me a business card with two dried Trinidad moruga scorpions

Honestly I'm afraid to touch the card

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 13:58:15 No.33400644
>>33400404
Enjoy your white elephant.

https://youtu.be/krZJUj70r1c

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 14:02:17 No.33400668
>>33400629
How the fuck did you contact them ? Ive sent like 6 emails and they wont respond

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"Namefag" 2017-03-23 14:05:25 No.33400681
>>33393528
The Higonokami is a great knife in my book... And no >>33400307, nothing about it is mall ninja

>>33397193
You forgot the name you pleb

>>33400058
The Skyline is a good knife... there is plenty of love for it in this thread; >>33388182, >>33388490, >>33388680, >>33388845, >>33395580, >>33397056

>>33400404
The meme is real. I held one for the first time to other day, not actually as heavy as I was expecting because I have a few .25 knives already, some a lot larger. The handle truly is comfortable though. The micarta scales are worth it for the extra grip.

>>33400593 if talking about it's geometry, not it's weight. If I were to get one, I would probably re-grind and give it a better cutting geometry. As it is, it does have a needlessly thick cutting geometry, in the scene that a thinner edge is just as strong (vertically), and cuts better, so why have such a tick edge?

That being said, I still think it's a cool knife. I'm probably going to get a BK-9 some time soon.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 14:06:54 No.33400691
>>33400668
Due to the fact that I'm Czechfag, relatively easy

Would you like to help out with something?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 14:07:48 No.33400698
>>33400593
>>33400644
Back to /out/ with you.

This is /k/, over sized, non efficient knives are okay.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 14:15:16 No.33400735
>>33400614

keep deluding yourself.

It weighs a freaking pound.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 14:16:01 No.33400740
>>33399203
Glad to hear you're enjoying it. His knives really opened up my eyes to how much cutting performance thicker geometries give up.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 14:54:03 No.33400988
is the benchmade/hk mini axis any good?

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@@@@@@djm.factorymark.co.jp 2017-03-23 15:18:06 No.33401133
Bought this the other day, my first blade too

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 15:27:24 No.33401184
>>33393496

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the real sebenza guy 2017-03-23 15:37:43 No.33401244
hey guys

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 15:39:57 No.33401255
Which knife is better for dependency injection/inversion of control?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 15:45:38 No.33401284
>>33400644
This guy is hardly putting that knife through 1/4 of what that Becker can do. Lets see him drive it into a piece of wood and stand on the damn thing. Lets see him go through a cinder block with it. Lets see him baton the fuck out of the thing.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 16:16:10 No.33401483
>>33401284
>Let's see him do self-evidently retarded stunts totally unrelated to using a knife to cut things.
What did he mean by this?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 16:23:38 No.33401534
>>33401483
>hurrr durr this knife can totally take what the Becker can
>here lets hardly abuse it and just cut a few things and go "see? This knife is still sharp"

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 16:40:45 No.33401663
>>33401534
>Using knives to actually cut things
>Is a bad way to test knives
>Smashing cinder blocks with knives
>Excellent test!
What did he mean by this?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 16:42:25 No.33401677
>>33401663
As an ABUSE tests you fucking mong

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 16:46:42 No.33401721
>>33401677
>Judging tools by testing them in deliberately abusive tasks totally unrelated to what the tool is designed for.
>Testing screwdrivers by using them to hammer nails
>Testing chisels by how well they turn screws
>Testing saws by how well they plane wood
What did he mean by this?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 16:48:31 No.33401739
>>33401677

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 16:49:43 No.33401752
>>33397144
pls respond

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t 2017-03-23 16:51:58 No.33401774
>>33397144
just go on bladeforums.com
they have a classified section. take a look at what people are asking for knives.
nobody here's going to give you a reasonable answer

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 16:54:10 No.33401799
>>33401739
Haha /k/ really is the easiest

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:04:34 No.33401860
>>33401774
I have the prices i want. I want to know if you guys think theyre worth it. Fuck bladeforums, i want /k/s opinion.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:12:46 No.33401912
>>33401860
they're all shitters

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:18:10 No.33401951
>>33397144
The bk10 depends on the looks. The ltwk may need to come down a bit. The Ontario seems well priced. You're not getting $15 for that Ganzo. I would spend around $5-10 for it even if like new.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:26:32 No.33402014
>>33401951
The ltwk needs to come down even with the sheath? Its 80 new without the sheath which is an extra 30. I already figured id drop the g717 down to 10

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:30:56 No.33402055
>>33401951
If this is too rough, would it increase its value if i acid stonewashed it instead of leaving the natty patina?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:31:18 No.33402059
>>33402014
More like if someone offers $65 for it cause that's all they can spare then I would sell it for that price. Sort of like the BK, depends on the looks. If you can sell it as like new and it looks pretty much new then I would pay $70.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:32:37 No.33402073
>>33402055
Still the same guy. I would buy it for $90 if the sheath looks good with it too.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:38:22 No.33402120
>>33402073
Also if anyone from /k/ wants one or a couple of these ill pay shipping.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:39:24 No.33402128
>>33402059
Makes sense, i may end up keeping the ltwk anyways

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:42:32 No.33402158
>>33402120
Yeah I would pay $90. Sucker for leather. Not in the market for another large blade though. Got enough of them to last me.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:45:13 No.33402183
>>33402158
Cool. I figured that one was the best value.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 17:54:36 No.33402244
>>33393837
why isn't it the other way around?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 18:02:17 No.33402303
>>33397986
I really like the look of these but I'm worried about how chunky/heavy they are. Are they manageable as a pocket knife or are they a bit too heavy?

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 18:21:36 No.33402443
>>33402244
Work is full of pussies who'd be afraid of my larger knife. I'd probably be sent to HR on the spot.

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the real sebenza guy 2017-03-23 19:03:33 No.33402732
>>33402443
Sebenza is a great choice to use around normies.

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Anonymous 2017-03-23 19:38:21 No.33403047
>>33401133
straight outa book of eli







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