I counted just my one handed folders today, they came in at a shocking 47! Whoa. When I get some time I will take a pic
Here you go Benner, enjoy.....This does not include SAKs, traditional slipjoints or my multi'sPlus there were some rascals that I could not find (probably in the car)
Nutz the Griptillian uses a plastic that they give a tecky name to, but it is a reinforced plastic but it does work well. I would suggest that if they interest you look really into the D2 model. It holds an edge forever.
hey Nutznboltz sorry I took so long to respond! we luv our Griptilian. Axis locks are wonderful! (fun too). Well made, secure grip (hence the name)and a nice overall design (in many models, I want more).the scales/handles are what they call, Noryl GTX which is a fancy type of plastic and they do initially feel cheapand sound cheap but they are NOT! they are strong and can take a beating, abuse; chemical, weather, dirt, allkinds of nasty stuff that would worry me with other scales, so I like them (took a little bit).you consider 60-70 u.s. dollars pricey? are you related to lame?(funny member here) I thought it was a bargin for whatyou get and the lifetime warranty. If you want to know anything else just ask
I have D2 leek and feels it's no harder or easier to sharpen compare to 154CM.
I saw that knife on DealExtreme.. How is it?
Quote from: Leatherman123 on December 19, 2008, 04:23:29 AMI saw that knife on DealExtreme.. How is it?If it's on DX it's a knockoff.
Quote from: jzmtl on December 19, 2008, 05:38:07 AMQuote from: Leatherman123 on December 19, 2008, 04:23:29 AMI saw that knife on DealExtreme.. How is it?If it's on DX it's a knockoff.Yes, I'm pretty sure we all already know that.
Not everything from DX is knock-off anyway. I got a little Fenix torch from there, and that's genuine.And Eddie - I completely agree with you on that