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Voyagers By Cold Steel

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by sonofodin, Aug 26, 2010.

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  1. sonofodin

    sonofodin Member.

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    Since when did cold steel discontinue the Voyager series? I always liked my little 3 inch and was just checking to see what factory price for a 4 inch was and it said discontinued!!! Of all the cold steel blades even people that dident care for Lynn Thompson's marketing strategy liked the voyager series :confused:
     
  2. usmccpl

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    Look at the X2 voyager. Looks like they mixed the voyager and the vaquero togather to make a new knife.
     
  3. sonofodin

    sonofodin Member.

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    Ah crud. But the voyager series was just fine :(
     
  4. MadMercS55

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    They will be back next year I hear. Better steel, and much stronger lock and handle construction. The addition of a more pronounced finger guard is also a good thing. Only downside is the largest one will be a little over 5 inches, no more 6 incher I hear.
     
  5. sonofodin

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    Sounds pleasant but knowing cold steel they will use san mai III or a similiar steel putting them higher in the price bracket. Same holds true even if they use 154CM or S30V. VG-1 was (is) a fine steel.
     
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