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  • The James Brand

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    @Jimmypie Absolutely Jim. All the big & small USA brand manufacturers alike went to or are still with Far East production base. Cost or pruduct range supply drives the needs & requirements. Nowt wrong with it or product from my experience of these knives & I have a couple or three. The Folsom sounds like a lot of knife for the money. . Please let us know the craik with it Cheers.

  • The James Brand

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    CKF style operation but with industrial designers in-house. Not knife makers as such. Some assembly is Portland Or. Most major parts are not US manufactured. But in the main, very right handed thinking when so many knives & General hand tools have some compromise toward ambidextrous use. The more I look, the less I like.

  • @Platinum Only 30 ?

  • Spinner knife

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    @Platinum That's a fail..

  • @Platinum Hello Joel. Thanks. I've had one of them for quite some time & another came up from a very respectable member recently. Ones full Apocalyptic & the other has a mirror polish. They are a nice thing in that they are very light & have the weight removed most everywhere.

  • One of the Marfione Sigils. The same but different... edgematters.uk/attachment/3189…bc16d025fe0c36c2aeaeed7d7

  • Buck Intrepid 187 Tanto

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    This may not be the righ side of the Atlantic for this knife but worth a try. Designed & developed by maker Kit Carson primarily for Navy seals teams. The last Tanto knives went to SWAT teams in 2004. Production 1999-2003. Specifications: Blade Lengths/Types: 5.5" half serrated Tanto point with [b]mid-spine live cutting edge. 6mm stock.[/b] Materials 420HC steel, Length Overall: 10.0" Weight: 1.0 lbs Handle: Thermoplastic, removable Sheath : High specification form fitted kydex. Unused : Light s…

  • Sold thank you.

  • @The Lord Flashheart Another candidate for post of the year...

  • Mini Barrage : Unused The first "axis assist" Benchmade & a production knife of year winner in 2009. Becoming a rare sight these days thanks to the lack of Importer & risk of Border Detection sending you a "naughty letter" The specs : The Barrage® is the first to feature the AXIS® Assist. They offer quick, one-handed opening and can be operated equally with either hand. Designer: Osborne Mechanism: AXIS-Assist Action: Assisted-opening Blade Steel: 154CM (58-61 HRC) Blade Length: 2.91" (7.39cm) B…

  • @TrayTray There's a zip line & a number of activities. I'm looking forward to the "Cuddly camper-van cabaret" It's be great, it will be huuuuge...

  • @Pegasus Congratulations Chris. The show pics are much appreciated. Some absolute beauties..& liking some of those daggers...

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  • @Mark Jacob Mark You'd be very welcome. My wife & daughter are coming along too. Besides, everyone's got to meet @The Lord Flashheart at least once..

  • Ok. Enough of this. This forums been running 2 years & you Alex have been mostly inactive member for 20 months of it. You've joined on a base sub & started showing your work coincident with rule changes which was unfortunate. I'm not going to argue further semantics. However the changes in these & other areas are resulting from the plain fact that certain areas of the forum we thought would operate in a collegial & reciprocal manner have not done so. The Edge Matters team will make the decisions…

  • You can never have too many when celebrating any "national redneck day".. edgematters.uk/attachment/3145…bc16d025fe0c36c2aeaeed7d7

  • @The Elusive Dr.X All credit to you if you can listen to a whole review without developing Tinnitus. I agree that his disassembly "How to's" are valuable for many people.. Apart from his muppet show drawl, I find his constant rants about proprietary fasteners a little tiring. In context, many of those folders that have bespoke custom fasteners holding them together are Midtech to higher end custom folders. With rare exceptions, they won't get carried. Safe Queens spring to mind. The Grimsmo Nors…

  • We are just over 3 weeks away from the meet. It would be cool if we could get some of the Makers based in the South / South West to confirm that they are attending. I see a reasonable opportunity to meet up with & show some of their work without their geographical location requiring hours of driving. A rare thing for those located in Dorset, Devon & Cornwall. Come on fellas, this will be a fun event..

  • That's a very big post Alexander. We take in those points you make & if you don't mind, we will think on it. You were not meant to be the focal point for this implementation. Please also consider that there are other factors with regard to Makers & selling that were ongoing before you signed up for a subscription. Thank you.

  • None of this is easy for any of us if you care... Making Selling Running a forum. It's a symbiotic relationship. We all need each other.

  • Gents. We had fair intentions with clarifying what we thought was fair. Thank you for your support & consideration. You know we aren't perfect...we know it too

  • This is an open discussion & you know we listen. You all make some fair points. We do try to make our decisions on a case by case base & we'd be lying if we said we don't consider historical & other external information to help us make decisions. We make the best efforts to be fair. I agreed that the potential for abuse was there with Bruce.

  • Alexander. Please consider these points. Isn't it fair that if makers want to sell their own work, then they purchase an appropriate subscription that all makers are or should be paying ? The costs to support this forum with its cutting edge operating software & high tech servers that spend 99.9% fully operational rather than up & down like a whores drawers cost ££££ & a lot of it. All the Admin purchased their Subscriptions to support this place. When there's no money to run a non profit site, …

  • Hello Dave Welcome to EM. Most of us are ex BB in one way or another ! We've been going for nearly 2 years this May. Cheers Darren

  • The ones that got away

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    Yep... Stupidity always finds a way.. Cheers gents.

  • The ones that got away

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    Fairburn Sykes 2nd pattern white..

  • @BigAl The issues are with your membership restrictions I suspect. The cameras on on most modern phones make pics very megapixel dense such that image clarity is maintained. Subscription Information & FAQ To post attachments of any size beyond 0.5MB & access to galleries etc, you need a paid subscription that we've all paid to get full flexibility & less data restrictions. This allows full access to sales & other non public areas plus forum discount codes.

  • @fluffy Gary Can't see the pic ?

  • @The General Wayne I agree the used market values could only go one way. That's a factor forced upon us all. We must all accept that democracy has a price that we will continue to pay for many years. The issue here is untangling the economic devaluation bought upon ourselves versus the sharp business practice that some may politely refer to as profiteering. But no laws have been broken. Spyderco are a great company that make basic well made & high end collaboration products. Sal Glesser & his fa…

  • Manufacturers mimic other manufacturers designs all the time. A reality. There's not a lot that's truly new & innovative in our time. I'm sure that if a design patent had been infringed, Spyderco would have acted. They have in the past... The Dyad is now a discontinued product from the Spyderco lineup. I'm conscious that calling something or someone else's product "a rip off " when it's obviously not trying to deceive, appears fully branded & has physical differences, I struggle with as there ap…

  • That's a great looking piece

  • Kam Singh

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    Welcome .

  • Robust UK folding knives

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    @earthman I tend to agree that if the "Spydie hole" was an inherent design weakness, surely there would be very public uproar & economic ruin for the Manufacturer ?

  • Robust UK folding knives

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    The PITS custom feels stronger than the SPITS. That is my user's perception without foundation or substance. The SPITS has a larger more ergonomic frame with a broader blade that blurs easy comparison. I can say 100% that I dislike folding knives that don't lock. Have I experienced non locking knives with choil or stiff back spring fold on me in use ? Yes. Should I have been using said knife in the manner I was at the time ? Possibly not, but that's what I had on me. Has a SPITS or PITS ever uni…

  • Quote from Eee: “Trying to arrange a pass out ” That's what you do later in the evening..

  • Why is it a ripoff in your opinion ?

  • Should be a great day....looking forward to the zip wire..

  • Full Apocalyptic day out.. edgematters.uk/attachment/3118…bc16d025fe0c36c2aeaeed7d7

  • @Jimmypie I think this will be telling. The used market should have to increase inline. I suspect less products will be sold "New " so demand & cost has to increase ? @Paul W I suppose this thread will cease to have participation when the UK ( us ) see the all the prices outside of USA rationalise across Europe with due consideration that a difference in currencies re € & $ versus £ Sterling equates to some increase of 23% worst case due to our currency devaluations & allowance for material cost…