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New Knife "Stars and Stripes"

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Highpower1, Aug 5, 2010.

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  1. Highpower1

    Highpower1 Member

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    I just received my new knife today. She's a CRK Regular Sebenza "Stars and Stripes". I just picked her up from the Mail box and decided to snap a few pictures (pardon the quality as it's from my cellphone). This sebenza is so beautiful! It's a great addition to my little collection. I also pulled out my EDC Sebenza and snapped a couple of photo's of it along with my new Stars and Stripes. It's funny because I'm Irish-American. My EDC sebenza was recently engraved from CRK in Gaelic
    "Tarbh Rua na hErieann" Tranlation is Irish Red Bull.

    So now along with my Irish Sebenza (as I call it), I have my stars and stripes.

    I know this is kind of sappy and I'm okay with saying this. When I looked at both of these together, I thought of my parents and actually shed a tear. They are both deceased and were from Ireland. They moved to America to start a better life. I was born in America. I Love America with all my heart and soul. I never forget my Irish Roots. This was a pretty special day for me. Thanks for reading my post.
     

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    Nice pattern!
     
  3. Highpower1

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    I think so too. This one was made in 2003. I finally was able to locate one last week from a collector. This one was on my have to have list. I really like the flag pattern that CRK's currently offers, but this was it for me. I truly love this knife.
     
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