Bfishes333

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Wire the leek on a whole is a real nice blade but it isn't a work horse . It keeps a good cutting edge and the assisted opening is smooth as silk . It has a thin profile and feels great in my hand ,i actually have 2 of them . The tip of the blade can break easily it's not for prying anything . Kershawguy.com has blems for $49 free shipping from Oregon 2 days to NY worth every penny . 

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13 hours ago, mako20ft said:

Getting caught up on this thread.  I had no idea knock-offs were such a problem...Ebay, duh!  But Amazon...seriously?  I believe you, I just didn't realize it's a thing.

 

Anyway, back to the story.  Unboxed today from Knife Country...

 

 

 

 

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Pretty knife.  What's the pupose of the blunt blade?

10 hours ago, redpants_masterbaiter said:

I found this today @redfishkiller it’s not lost :shrug:

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The croc condition must be hereditary.

9 hours ago, Bfishes333 said:

The road goes on forever and the party never ends 

Good song.

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3 mins ago, JaseB said:

Pretty knife.  What's the pupose of the blunt blade?

The blunt tip blade is called a spey blade. Used for castrations traditionally. Aside from that, it's good for spreading peanut butter and jelly. :laugh:

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13 mins ago, bospa357 said:

The blunt tip blade is called a spey blade. Used for castrations traditionally. Aside from that, it's good for spreading peanut butter and jelly. :laugh:

Thanks.  

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24 mins ago, bospa357 said:

The blunt tip blade is called a spey blade. Used for castrations traditionally. Aside from that, it's good for spreading peanut butter and jelly. :laugh:

 

Castration and spreading peanut butter...long before they had cleaning wipes.

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