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#180395 - 05/22/19 12:49 PM Re: which folder to carry ** [Re: LarryWW1246]
coachblalock Offline
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Registered: 12/03/16
Posts: 518
Loc: Lake Fork, East Texas
Lytridis:

I agree with Larry.

I looked on their site and they make some nice stuff.

Coach
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#180410 - 05/23/19 05:18 AM Re: which folder to carry [Re: LarryWW1246]
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Registered: 06/30/13
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Loc: Belgium
Indeed. The knife has saw several countries and continent and he never failed although it has been abused. Neither on the opening, neither on the lockback. The blade open very easily. Not a one hand open (they have a special version for that) but nearly as easy. The blade is also very easy to sharpen and it hold the edge for a long moment. I've choose the basic version but you can add several features as name or guilloche.

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#180461 - 05/24/19 09:13 AM Re: which folder to carry [Re: Lytridis]
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Here is what I carry for everyday use. (peeling grapefruit of slicing apples for lunch).

It is a Camillus Yello-Jacket. I've had it forever and I can't find anything better for what I need it for.


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Edited by coachblalock (05/24/19 09:34 AM)
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