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I dig that 943 very much.
Quote from: Kampfer on May 14, 2014, 06:39:24 AMI dig that 943 very much.Thanks!, I just got this one in:(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
I been eyeing the 710, do you feel it is too big / heavy for EDC?
Here are a few Benchmades.I have more but I'm too lazy to dig them out.
Quote from: toolguy on May 14, 2014, 11:04:55 PMHere are a few Benchmades.I have more but I'm too lazy to dig them out. I need more Benchmades.
Quote from: Kampfer on May 15, 2014, 02:11:29 AMQuote from: toolguy on May 14, 2014, 11:04:55 PMHere are a few Benchmades.I have more but I'm too lazy to dig them out. I need more Benchmades.The bottom four are autos.I do like automatics.It must be the kid in me,as I've always been fascinated with a blade that flies out upon just pushing a button.LOL.
Just came back from knife store, here is what I confirmed.The gut hook on 15060 is very similar to the safety cutter on BM916 in term of shape and size.I am pretty sure it could be use as safety cutter.But I am really falling in love with the 943
You're comparing apples and oranges,purpose wise and well as price wise.Griptilian= general purpose knife.Grizzly Creek= hunting knife.Osborne=tactical folder.Buy the one you like the most and then buy the other two at a later date.LOL.
I recommend the 943, it's the perfect EDC size and s30v
Al Mar GPA General Purpose Automatic Switchblade KnifeI got this NIB GPA from Mr Mar sometime in the late 80's after the SOF convention for $65It is marked on one side of the blade, U.S.A. 0056 above the Al Mar logo. On the other side it is marked ATS-34 above the Bali-Song logo. Black handle and partially serrated blade. Serial matches the box. Sheath has Al Mar logo. Small instruction sheet.Jim[/quotShowing both sides. I ordered and pre-paid for 5, and my GF visited Portland, picked the up and brought them home to Florida in her luggage. She was more than a little PO'd when she found out the possible liability. I gave her one knife to make amends. She is gone, I miss that knife. I wonder what would be worth now?Jim