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What KNIVES do you have inbound, part four.

Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. ackeith4570

    ackeith4570 Loaded Pockets

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    I am waiting for my Benchmade Anthem.
     
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  2. Willy

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    The Butterbean landed:
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  3. Moshe ben David

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    @Willy: very nice looking knife. I have to admit I have not quite figured out which ones are considered a Butterbean; which are a Baby Butterbean; and which are Canoe. I assume it has something to do with size; but I haven't sat down and examined the Case website closely enough to get it straight in my head.

    And then of course just because Case have some sort of dimensional criteria for their naming it doesn't mean the other guys follow suit...! Example being at least a couple of Boker patterns I've seen (sorry, didn't note them down) that looked like a trapper of some sort but were labeled as stockman!

    And the beat goes on... (just channeling Sonny Bono for a minute there!)

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
  4. Willy

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    You are not alone. I am not sure either. I think Case just called it "baby" as a small canoe knife. Couldn't find a "Man" Butterbean.I just saw this one and bought it. I wanted something that was easy in the pocket and have become addicted to stag.
     
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  5. Moshe ben David

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    @Willy: LOL. You're not alone with the addiction to stag! Although I think most of the very few I have are from Case and those are actually an imitation stag although derived from bone; Case calls it 'Bonestag' (duh!). Not bad looking; better than plain bone IMNSHO!

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
  6. The Last Crow On The Wire

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    Just picked up the WE Knife Co 604

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  9. Moshe ben David

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    Is the lanyard your work or theirs? Liking the knot and beads! Goes well with the scales.

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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    The lanyard is my work. Thanks!

     
  11. Danny Baker

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    Not overly imaginative, however classy, Small Sebenza Tanto.
     
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    Buck General Bowie
     
  14. Moshe ben David

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    HAD a Kizer Splinter incoming. Actually arrived Thursday... Small, smooth action flipper -- uses bearings. VG-10. Blade similar in shape and size to the Kershaw Leek. Also at least in terms of size blade, in the same ballpark as the Kershaw Chill or the Rat 2.

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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    Too bad my knife budget's gone for a while.

    I like the Leek but very much dislike A/O. I love the Chill and like the RAT 2 (my first edc knife) but edge retention is horrible.
    So the Splinter moves on top of the list.

    If they'd make a lightweight titanium Swindle with VG10 at least on the other hand....
     
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    Or instead M390 or S110V? I’d pay the premium.


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  17. Adahn

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    For the Swindle? Well, It's not the most versatile blade, more for light duty, so S30V would be more than enough for me.
    But CRKT tends to use low end steels, same as Kershaw these days...
     
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    From the day I discovered this thing I obsessed over it and finally relieved some anxiety by clicking buy. Will be my first Esee product as well. Stock photo.[​IMG]

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    Because it’s light duty, imagine in that kinda steel. Would virtually never be dull.


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