Yes, I'd prefer a fixed blade, but the devil asked about folders.
And IMHO, since you've got a manual folder, you, actually need no locks.
I don't like buttons on knifes. I like glass breakers. And burnishing.
Nice thing. I think "she" would be even more beautiful with the carved wooden handle.
My own opinion!
Like, it doesn't lock open or it doesn't lock closed? Every decent folding knife (spring or standard) I've had locks in the open position, and none lock in the closed position. The only reason a lock might not be a good idea is if you're in a country where they're not allowed.
Originally Posted by Bad
Sorry, my mistake. Liner lock.
I like fixed blade knives too, but my boss frowns when I wear them to our weekly staff meeting.
Don't wear it. Carry it in your teeth. (Wear a loincloth.) (And maybe swing in on a vine sometimes.)
Originally Posted by devil
Originally Posted by Hedgehogey
Originally Posted by Kidspatula
At work I carry an auto, it has serverd me very well. Having said that, there are times when I need it and space and time isn't working for me Also, in bunker gloves I can get the auto to work without hesitation, the standard folder isn't made with the thumb assist to work well with bulky gloves.
My auto is a OX ENT and it is bomb-proof.
What I carry day to day is a non auto folder.
Originally Posted by Aaron Fields
It hadn't occurred to me with regard to the bulky gloves. I take back my thought with regard to it being gimmicky.
Also, hey Aaron, long time no see! I might end up in Seattle in August with a decent change of some unallocated time. I'd like to come by so I can sign your puke wall. :)
Things are well here I hope all is good with you and your family.
The gym moved into a new space in October that is very nice.
When you are in Seattle you will for sure have to practice with us, also a fine cup of coffee or two is on me my friend.
Keep me in the loop.
I carry this on my weak side because I can open it left handed. It's been very reliable opening not so much closing. which is why I only use it in an emergency.
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