I think it's a Sage
Only own three and I'm not sure where the 30 year old Delica is. Somewhere in the house. Somewhere. Couple of Salts. Must be the sharpest knives I own, I can't seem to avoid cutting myself each time I handle these. And yes, certified diver.
Maybe over the rainbow?...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSZxmZmBfnU
I was hoping to show off my HH UKPK by now, but the order update I asked for this morning says March possibly AprilI ordered it last July/August
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I've never been a fan of the Emerson opener only because it aesthetically kind of ruins the blade for me. When I left Tennessee a year and a half ago I gave away my switch blade because even with laxer restrictions in NYC, carrying a switchblade is a serious offense Now that I'm living in a rural area where people openly carry knives and guns, I decided to get a new toy, a Spyderco Byrd Cara Cara 2 with an Emerson opener. Well I have to say after carrying it for a few weeks, I really like it. It's faster to deploy than my old switchblade and really fun to play around with. But what really struck me is how well it is made for an economy model. The fit and finish is fantastic. Lockup is awesome. Blade grind is perfect and for the first time in a long time I didn't have to rework the edge bevels. They are exquisitely ground probably around about 12 degrees per side. I did polish the edge a bit with a ceramic rod and between that and the full flat grind, this thing slices beautifully. Absolutely worth the $40 delivered that I spent. Quite happy with it (Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
I finally have a PM3. There are so many varieties of these, the confusion of which one to get was real. Then, if I wanted a specific one, they're nowhere to be purchased. I was holding out for a Cruwear version, but went ahead and bought this orange/green Max 45 steel one. It is in route.
Nice! I been a fan of the Emerson Opener which 1998 when it was called the Wave. That name got changed after a law suit with Leatherman which Leatherman won hinch the name change.