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Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Dec 22, 2013.
. My squeak
I've had that knife for. While now and it's in my top 3
The acid bath is really easy. Just take the knife apart dip what you want in the acid (I use PBC etchant it's 10 bucks at Radio Shack) for 30-40 min then clean and stonewash then reassemble and sharpen. The scales were shaped using a cut blade and sanding drum bit on a dremmel.
What's this knife called? I think I'm in love!
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Which model is this?
First time seeing it, love the super simplistic lines
These two have been in my pocket for the last week non stop, with no rotation. Both are a couple of my favorite knives.
It's the Spyderco Chokwe. I love it for the same reasons. Plus its unbelievably well made. They are discontinued, so if you want one I can help.
i think it is this for today, and seeing that chokwe above, i might carry one of those too.
i had originally looked at the 530 at a store locally, and had thought it felt cheap and too light. especially for a 100$ knife. then i saw this one in the bst section for a good price, and decided to jump on it. i am glad i did, i really like this knife now that i have carried it off and on for a week.
sorry for the delay in answer,
those knives were short runs from LionSteel for an italian knives's vendor,
in some different handle's solution (G-10 as mine, black G-10, cocobolo, olive. 50 knives per run)
You'll find more detail in my thread or in "friction folders" one here.
Awesome case, love the Damascus blades.
Total impulse buy yesterday, even though I had been looking at these knives for a while.
Here it is......
BOOM! really really liking this thing
SURVIVE! Knives GSO 4.1
Jay Dubbia Smith Ef Five
These two today
2014-02-09 12.11.19 by timcyms, on Flickr