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#180973 - 06/20/19 12:46 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho *** [Re: LarryWW1246]
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The clip on the Impinda is so tough, I'd have to loose my jeans with it as well laugh


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#180975 - 06/20/19 01:29 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Litch]
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Love the knives, carry a Sebbie every day. I have broken or bent the clips. I replaced with these..... deep carry is much better IMHO.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-Titanium-Deep-Carry-Clip-Made-for-Chris-Reeve-Knives-Sebenza-21-Small/171832252523?hash=item280200186b:m:mGWW18o8Xna3LAlWYBtPHvw
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#180980 - 06/20/19 03:50 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: tunefink]
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Thanks Tune, just ordered one for mine.

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#180981 - 06/20/19 04:16 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: tunefink]
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Originally Posted By: tunefink
Love the knives, carry a Sebbie every day. I have broken or bent the clips. I replaced with these..... deep carry is much better IMHO.
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I'd really love to put a clip like this on my Impinda. They'll probably make one soon wink
Here is the relevant side:


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#180989 - 06/21/19 01:17 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Litch]
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The Small Sebenza I lost was in the original two-way (vertical or horizontal) nylon belt pouch. (They did not put external clips on the knife in those days.)

We had tied up the horses and gone on a walkabout. When we came back, we found the horses had been spooked by something (we assumed elk), and one had busted loose and his reins were dangling and one stirrup had been torn loose.

After we got things straightened out, I undid my belt to re-tuck my shirt, then forgot to re-buckle the belt. The pouch with the knife put enough weight on the belt to pull it out of the pant loops, and fell off somewhere "out there."

Lessons learned.

But...I still like the type belt pouch they had in those days.

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#180998 - 06/22/19 01:00 AM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: LarryWW1246]
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Here are my favorite CRK's from my collection.


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#181000 - 06/22/19 09:15 AM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Tanasie]
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Beauties, all, very nice.

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#181002 - 06/22/19 09:55 AM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: pappy19]
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Very, very nice, Rex.
The Damascus is outstanding.
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#181012 - 06/23/19 04:44 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: LarryWW1246]
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Just got a Inkosi Small ... the break in period was a bit disturbing for me , but the outcome was very rewarding ! Love it !

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#181013 - 06/23/19 05:58 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Kirko]
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As for the CRK Damascus. It's too sharp. A leather strop keeps it
that way. I do not carry the raindrop example (Top). The one I do use is pictured at the bottom. Their Basketweave would be just as nice I would imagine.


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