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My newest CRKT

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Kobun, Feb 5, 2003.

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  1. Kobun

    Kobun Member

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    Picked up a CRKT Ryan Plan B last week.
    This knife is just incredible to hold. And it is so beautiful. I'll probably have to get one more so I have one to mess around with (use).
    Anyways, I attached a pic.
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  2. 10-Ring

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    Very nice! Congrats! ;)
     
  3. Schuey2002

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    Sweet! :D

    How much did it cost you,Kobun?
     
  4. Guyon

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    Extremely interesting. Does it come in a plain-edged configuration? Price? What kind of steel?
     
  5. Guyon

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    Okay, I did a little research. AUS-6 steel. The ones I'm finding run about $30 (One Stop, Knife Outlet, Best Knives). If anybody finds it cheaper, let me know. Still, that looks like a lot of knife for $30.

    However, the ones I'm seeing all have a grey rather than a black bead blast. I sort of like the black. Also, Kobun's scales seem to have more texture. Where did you pick up yours, Kobun?

    Here's another pic:
     

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  7. Soap

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    They're awesome knives for the cash. The ergonomics are excellent. Chris Rhines has one, I'm sure he'll chime in here.
     
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