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Artisan Cutlery Shark G-10 Folding Knife

Artisan Cutlery Shark G-10 Folding Knife

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I just thought I would add this on here as no one mentioned it as of yet.
The flipper tab is very small and has no traction/ jimping, which makes it rather difficult to deploy at times. Your finger wants to slip off. Gloves or hands are damp, forget about it. I understand you could do it yourself but with so many knives out there, you would think we would have got the basics down by now. You need some form of traction on smaller flipper tabs. I know it was a deal breaker for me again just my opinion. Hope this helps someone avoid a disappointment. Thanks.
Rolf123
My observation also... otherwise a great knife for the money.
I was able to purchase the carbon fiber for $88.38 delivered from Smoky Moutain....that's about $25 less. Something made me look and I am glad I did. Sometimes I buy from Massdrop if the price is within a few dollars but not this much, I was very disappointed because it shows you absolutely have to check them out.
This one, or the Bestech drop going on right now? This one looks nicer, but I like the window breaker/lanyard loop-thingy that the Bestech has. both the same type of handle.
Lefibonacci
I went with the Bestech Lion based on the reviews & comments.
Looks a lot like the pivot on CH knives.
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Ha, that was my mistake. It happens often enough around here that I just assumed that's what you were doing.

And you're right, it does fit CH's aesthetic in pivots.
MaxwellDemonic
I figured. I own knives from many countries. The pivots on the CH knives are very roughly detailed but almost identical. If Artisan Cutlery knives are made by CH I trust the quality. I will snap a close up of a CH pivot when I get home.
When are these getting mailed out and about when should we expect them to arrive?
$47 on whitemountain knives.
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Tasselhoff
Scratch that, just found the other colors!
Belphegor
Great seller, great service at WMK.
Isn’t this on BladeHQ right now for $104 (cf version) ?
Anyone know where they’re made? I couldn’t find that info on their website.
Brance
China.
48thRonin2
Hmmm...Still, shouldn’t everyone own a knife that will “slice through water...easily”?
Artisan does not skeletonize their liners. Not sure why this technology isn't being used as everyone else was doing it 4-5 years ago. Real shame as I like the design. No need for this knife to weight 4.1 oz
TrailBlazer
You are correct, this knife should totally be skeletonized
"Featuring an aerodynamic drop-point blade"
Hey, MASSDROP, you really ought to get some folks who are true knife guys to write your descriptions. That is one of the silliest things I have ever heard said about a knife and that is how you began the description of this knife.
First it is called a "shark" and last time I checked they don't fly. Also, folding knives are meant to be held in the hand and used that way, no need for them to be aerodynamic to be functional.

Now that that silliness is tot of the way, that seems like a fairly decent knife... very stabby.
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Enns
Yep. If it's going to cut through water, as advertised, it should be _hydrodynamic_! :-)
Enns
Sharks do fly! I saw them fly on Sharknado!