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Got another BIG one...

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by EGGMAN240, Nov 4, 2010.

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  1. EGGMAN240

    EGGMAN240 Member

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    Maybe too big?

    My brother in law got me a CS Ti-Lite Aluminum 6" folder... It is MASSIVE, almost comical in fact. It came razor sharp, and is very good quality. However, it is was too impractical for a EDC. Kind of like carrying a Desert E IMO.

    However, I will give it a shot. MD has no blade length limit, but I will need to be careful nonetheless...

    Here it is with my other folders... Ridiculous huh? :evil:

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  2. zignal_zero

    zignal_zero Member

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    i dunno. i'm more of a FB guy because - with a folder, the longer the blade gets, the longer the handle has to be and (to me) it gets kind of out of proportion and goofy, at a certain level. it's rare to see a FB with a 6" blade that also has a 6" (or more) handle and there's a reason.... it's goofy :(

    that said, out of all the "plus size" folders out there, the one you have is the one i'd probably go with. for some reason, the appearance doesn't shout "novelty item". i can see myself totin a TiLite 6" on a daily basis. honestly, i think you've got a decent piece there :)
     
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    my girlfriend used to carry a XL Voyager, so i don't see this as a problem. i just don't personally care for the Ti Lite, which is why i gave mine away.
     
  4. JShirley

    JShirley Administrator Staff Member

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    Yeah, I would use or suggest the clip-point L or XL Voyager first.

    John
     
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