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Sam Fisher Knife
Spyderco Sage Carbon Fiber
Exclusive fixed blade knife - micarta samples
We got these samples from Shadetree Custom Composites http://www.shadetreecustom.com/ and we'd like to gauge community interest in producing an exclusive fixed blade knife. What do you think of these? Are there specific colors or materials (b...
If you guys make a reasonable sized (3.5-5.5in blade) fixed blade with unusual micarta scales I will purchase it.
Samurai Pocket Knives
https://massdrop-s3.imgix.net/img_thread/i1ymrf3LTToF5emtwhiW_samuraipocketknives4c8b7599cbc899b5160c374052710fce.gif Explore the Collection! - https://kit.com/EvolveEDC/samurai-pocket-knives
Interest Check: Bread Knives
I've been using the mercer millennia 10 inch bread knife. One of the sharpest knives out of the box I've ever purchased, retained the edge well so far. It flies through absolutely everything I've thrown at it, functions great as a general purpose serrated knife. Ultimately a bread knife isn't a chef's knife. I probably won't have it for the rest of my life, due to the difficulty in sharpening serrations. As such I have no interest in...
Vulture Equipment Cholera Mk2 Fixed Blade Knife
I've noticed a strange concept has infected a large portion of the modern knife market - the idea that stainless steels are brittle and are for folders, high carbon steels are tough and are for fixed blades. Only if things were that simple. Those who speak highly of traditional high carbon steels always like to refer back to the good ol' days when men were men, knives were rusty, and you died from a minor infection. Here's a couple snippets...
154CM is my favorite knife steel by far. It's been serving me well year after year through some demanding situations ...