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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Dr Jekell, Oct 28, 2012.
switched to my chokwe tonight, cant believe i almost sold/traded this thing.
Emerson Endeavor, I'm not a huge fan of the thumb disc or wave but like the ergo from picture and when I got it in hand it fits very NICE!
last rung of the 'get what you pay for' ladder, any further and you're just paying for a name (of course, in my opinion)
IMG_0307_E by rsitter, on Flickr
Lately these two: Spyderco Persian and Kershaw Zing
Loving the blade shape
Persian by Mud80, on Flickr
Persian Zing by Mud80, on Flickr
Oh a nice drink is a must. A pub in the city I grew up in has a little cigar shed where they have a wide selection, so I've had them with pale ale and also at home with Jura or Dalwhinnie whiskey. I stick with nice mild-mid cubans like montecristo, cohiba are meant to be a little stronger, H. Upmann are nice, I'm not a fan of Romeo y Julieta, they just didn't do it for me. I think I'm a die hard montecristo fan I'm a poor student so I haven't tried that many, but I reckon a no. 4 is a great starter. Not too fat, not too hot, just a nice easy smoke. Others will have far more experience and knowledge than me though.
I neglected my grip for months, Decided to take it apart and clean it. After removing about two pounds of something that looked like grease, its like a different knife. This knife was my gateway to knife collecting addiction....
*Transmitted via portable cellular device*
Spyderco Gayle Bradley
Spydie Persistence today.
I was trying to have a look at your links, but it says the photo's are private?
(also, you typed 'Persian Zing' instead of 'Kershaw Zing')
YES YES YES
You are right. I have nothing to add
Sorry brother, I do not quite understand the translation of this phrase.
You think it's fake cigars?
It's a real cigar. It just does not appear to be a real Cohiba, judging from the looks of the band. It looks a little better in the most recent photo you posted, but the embossing, color and spacing still seem wrong. The wrapper of the cigar appears to be too veiny and blotchy in color, as well as having obvious loose seams. Of course, it could just be the low quality photo and I could be way off base on all of this, but I'd bet my stash that it's a fake. Compare yours to this authentic Cohiba...
Do you mind if I ask where you got yours?
You can PM so we can avoid further cluttering this knife thread.
That's a great looking knife . Any informations please ??
Curtiss SwayTac - Ti scales, CPM-154 steel, Curtiss pivot
Thank you. Must "google" this and take it on "the list "
Doesn't get much better than that.
Sent from me, from somewhere.