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Old 09-26-2011, 03:46 PM   #1
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Picked this up this weekend and thought it was real nice. Great quality, sharpe edge, Glass breaker and saftey just like a pistol. Zero wobble. Only down side is weight, it's a bit heavier then any of my other pocket protectors.
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Old 09-26-2011, 04:52 PM   #2
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Thats a good looking knife. I will have to see if I can get a few of those for the store.
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Not bad, but it's a little zany for my tastes. I like to keep all my gear simple. I use a Benchmade 551SBK Griptillian when I'm at UWF and a Benchmade 5000SBKSN Auto Presidio when I'm anywhere else.
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That thing looks like a tank, do you know what the weight is?
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I have one just like it and it is a sweet knife..
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Not bad, but it's a little zany for my tastes. I like to keep all my gear simple. I use a Benchmade 551SBK Griptillian when I'm at UWF and a Benchmade 5000SBKSN Auto Presidio when I'm anywhere else.
I like em simple as well, this was a treat for me though. My biggest decision is which one to pick up in the morning. This one is heavy and a bit thick for everyday carry.
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That thing looks like a tank, do you know what the weight is?
I'll put it on the scale tonight but it is heavy. I think it may need to be for the glass breaking point to work well. It's also very well made and sturdy, thats what I love about it. I can't stand blade wobble. I have a American made assit open I usualy carry and the day I brought this one home it started making a rattling noise when open, and I can't find for the life of me what is making the noise. There are very few moving parts and no internal area to hide anything, very strange.
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I'm not an expert on steel ,can anyone tell me if the 4034 steel blade is good or just fair quality?
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its good.. you will like it.... nice meeting you that day... the book link is http://www.gunlaws.com/AYS.htm

hope to hang out soon... do some fishing
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ohh like the pic change...
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