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Well...I'm not sure what causes a member who's been here for years to go off the rails, but AB28 has done it of late. To be clear, TGO has no tolerance for racist language. Post that garbage here

Dude what is up with you lately? Every post I see from you is basically saying that nothing is worth it. In the shotgun thread you were going on and on about how it was pointless, and how there was no

Well...Nobody correctly guessed on what I got.  That is okay as I am sure that only a few people on the forum have ever heard of this maker.  Those in the custom knife community know him well, and he

Call me different if you will, but I like that knife much better than a sharpened lawnmower blade or a stomped coke can. That's just me though.
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Call me different if you will, but I like that knife much better than a sharpened lawnmower blade or a stomped coke can. That's just me though.


Compared to that most of my knives are sharpened lawn mower blades lol. Thats a gorgeous folder. So next question. Is it a safe queen or a carry piece
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I love the pointy lanyard hole. I wonder if it would work as a window glass breaker. I know they come to a very small point and this is flat on the edges but I can't believe it wouldn't work if you hit it hard enough.

Yeah, the ESEE knives have that too, they are made to break glass. 

 

That is all fine and good, and I honestly respect your ability to make knives from scrap material (I can't do that).  However, stop thread crapping.  This thread is not for that discussion.

Wasn't thread crapping.

 

Call me different if you will, but I like that knife much better than a sharpened lawnmower blade or a stomped coke can. That's just me though.

Yeah, it is definitely a lot nicer, and a great knife, and I'm sure he will get a lifetime of good use out of it. The sharpened lawnmower blade is a good one though, I'll have to try that.

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Compared to that most of my knives are sharpened lawn mower blades lol. Thats a gorgeous folder. So next question. Is it a safe queen or a carry piece

 

I have a few knives that I will not use only because of their rarity, and I don't want them to lose value.  This knife will be a user.  I spent too much money not to use and enjoy it.  If I mess it up I can always send it in for a spa treatment, and it will be made to look new again.

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Very nice indeed. How's the handle feel in your hand? It looks like it would fit like a glove. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk

 

Surprisingly, it is very nice.  I knew this was gonna be a big knife, but I had no idea it was gonna be freakin' huge.  When I first saw it this morning, I smiled and laughed at the size of it.  I got a little worried at first that it would be too big for my hands, but it is just right.

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Okay, I said I would post a comparison pic so you could get an idea on the size of this folder. 

 

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From top to bottom:

 

Chris Reeve Pacific

Todd Fischer Archangel XL

Hinderer XM-24

ZT-300

Protech TGO knife

Chris Reeve/Wilson Combat large Starbenza

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I am not much of a knife guy but I gotta admit this folder chubbed me up a bit.

 

Congrat's

 

Chubbed you up? I'll bet Willis is walking funny.

 

Georgeous knife, Mav.

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I love that knife.  Was not expecting it to be that big but man is it a great looking knife.  :up:

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I talked to the maker this morning and he informed that my knife is one of a kind. It has been the only one where he used sheep horn material. Not that it really matters, I thought it was pretty cool.

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Wow, you really have covered all of the bases in different threads. You may want to consider your words a bit more in the future ( if you are still around long).

I am really at a loss for words. If this was meant as some "lingo", you failed miserably.
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Wow, you really have covered all of the bases in different threads. You may want to consider your words a bit more in the future ( if you are still around long).

I am really at a loss for words. If this was meant as some "lingo", you failed miserably.

I meant as in a thuggish black man, no lingo, the same thing it has meant for years.

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