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#181014 - 06/23/19 06:16 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho *** [Re: Kirko]
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Originally Posted By: Kirko
Just got a Inkosi Small ... the break in period was a bit disturbing for me , but the outcome was very rewarding!

Could you elaborate a little more on that statement please, just curious? Thank-You !!
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#181023 - 06/24/19 02:51 AM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Michael_Mason]
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The blade was hard to open , got a case of "Chris Reeve" thumb &#129299; , the tolerances are very exact. So I worked the blade back and worth as Chris Reeve Advised. After awhile it was fine. I'll clean it in a few weeks and should be perfect.

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#181024 - 06/24/19 03:25 AM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Kirko]
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#181029 - 06/24/19 09:30 AM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Kirko]
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Thank-You....
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#187232 - 04/23/20 03:46 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Michael_Mason]
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My small collection of Chris Reeve folders:

2000 Classic modified by Butch Vallotton to D/A
Large Sebenza Damascus
Small Sebenza
Small Sebenza tanto
Ti-lock


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#187235 - 04/23/20 04:38 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Eric]
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Wow, all very nice. Do you EDC any particular one?

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#187237 - 04/23/20 05:01 PM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: pappy19]
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All of them but the ti-lock. I mostly carry the 2 small Sebenza’s. The Tanto blade is my current favorite. I lost a Damascus small Sebenza when it must of hooked on my jacket and left my pocket. I looked everywhere for days, so someone found a hell of a knife.
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#187248 - 04/24/20 07:17 AM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Eric]
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A very nice collection of Sebenzas, Eric smile
I have never had a Damascus version though. Does the etch show wear easily?

Here are my Regulars:




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#187249 - 04/24/20 08:07 AM Re: Chris Reeve-Boise, Idaho [Re: Litch]
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Peter, Thanks, you have very nice grouping as well.

Since I retired 8 years ago, I only use my folders for easy jobs. Opening packages, cutting cardboard up, taking tags off of products. So no issues with that. Oil the blade and the blade looks brand new again. The leather strop keeps the keen edge. I am saving up for a replacement small Damascus carbon fiber example.

P. S. I donated that jacket to the Salvation Army.
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