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This knife looks potentially interesting...

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Joe Demko, Feb 23, 2008.

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  1. Joe Demko

    Joe Demko Member

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    This one here. The price isn't bad. Where they lose me is the nearly $10 shipping and handling. Anybody have one and able to report on it? I think it might make a decent field knife, as I already have several kitchen knives of that basic pattern.
     
  2. Colt46

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    Not a big fan of the scales

    They come too far down and dictate that you move your work area(sweet spot?) a little too forward for my taste. Also, as the knife is sharpened(many many times) it will leave a hollow that will even exacerbate the problem even more.
    I like my kitchen knives to be all edge from tip to the very back of the blade.
     
  3. CWL

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    I've also given that knife some thought. The blade looks very thin though.

    As for shipping, I plan to buy some more items so to average out the total cost. I have always found Lee Valley to be a fast shipper so it is worthwhile for me.
     
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