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Kershaw Zing

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Todd A, Mar 20, 2009.

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  1. Todd A

    Todd A Member

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    I had to pick up a new carry knife. Due to downsizing, and not wanting to collect unemployment, I took a 4 day a week job in an adjoining state. This state doesn't allow me to carry a fixed blade concealed. :fire: So ... I needed a new one-hand knife to carry with my SAK. :)

    So I picked this up at Walmart...

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    It has a 3" blade , thumbstuds and flipper (but not AO) and is 14C28 steel.
    It came with a hair popping edge and hasn't lost it so far.The tip is as fragile as the Leek and I did snap it. (I dropped it). :( No major deal I used a stone to give it a new tip. All in all it is a great, fairly slim, light knife to bring to work.


    Ohhhh... And I haven't completly crossed over to the tactical side....I picked this up today too.

    A vintage Robeson #2.. :D( Shown with a 8OT large Stockman)

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  2. bikerdoc

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    Nice knives Todd,
    Sorry about the job situation. I Guess "change you can believe in" has new meaning for you. Hang in there buddy.
     
  3. Todd A

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    Thanks Doc .... but years of living well within my means (I have never even applied for a credit card, never mind have one :eek:) has left me much better off than most.

    This job takes care of child support, knives, and ammo. :D
     
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    Thats what im talking about, Pay the bills and have some left over for toys.
    He by the way, making a 4th attempt at Becker scales. So far so good. will finish the oak ones first, the move on to to the yellow ones to honor you know who.
     
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    Scuttlebutt from KaBar is June release of micarta and various wood scales.:D

    Just in case....:evil:
     
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    * ears burning for some reason.*
     
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