Quote from: Spartan19 on October 20, 2018, 03:14:06 AM I see your Leek,and raise my Oh-So Sweet! (Image removed from quote.)
Very nice, Spartan! I didn't know Kershaw made the Leek in that finish.
I'm a bit disgusted with my Skyline...... Firstly, 14C28N.......great steel, more than good enough compared to 8cr13My main problem is deployment, it's just not a good flipper, especially not after few months pocket time, and what gets me it's not even obviously dirty....Currently it's easier to use the horribly sharp blade stops like thumbstuds, but that's less than ideal.Yesterday I tried to cut a dead branch off an office plant, wood was a bit harder than expected so I couldn't get through......went to close the knife and found the liner lock at past 100% Thought about it and that alone is not a deal breaker......with the single liner a bit of flex is to be expected.
Maybe try one of the models with bearings if you cant carry an assited, heard good things about the atmos
Did the full Nick on my Skyline, and while I had it apart put a 17 degree edge on it with the Lansky I think the term is "sticky sharp"
Quote from: Gerhard Gerber on January 04, 2019, 08:16:40 AMDid the full Nick on my Skyline, and while I had it apart put a 17 degree edge on it with the Lansky I think the term is "sticky sharp"I enlarged the lockbar relief, and the Skyline has become a firm favourite