If you don't mind me asking...Why an auto?
Glock23 wrote:I agree. Autos aren't worth the hassle. My daily carry is a kershaw blur. under $100, and spring assisted.
I have no hair left on my arms from showing people how sharp I keep my knives.
wannabediscstar wrote:I have no hair left on my arms from showing people how sharp I keep my knives.
Thats funny ! My wife got uber pissed when I explained the misterious stubble patches on my arms when I first leared ( note : Not Mastered ) edging a blade . Ahhh yes , the universal display of sharpness , not much for attracting mates . But I have always liked the feel of Kershaw products and hearing all of the props you guys shoot to them I'll be making a purchase soon .
TexasOutlaw wrote:Also, get yourself a chives by Kershaw; it's a 30 dollar, smaller knife also assisted.
NoLifeLeft wrote:TexasOutlaw wrote:Also, get yourself a chives by Kershaw; it's a 30 dollar, smaller knife also assisted.
Actually, I purchased a Leek, its thin like the Chive but longer. It fits my hand better than the Chive. Another fantastic knife.
mothrows wrote:Way to go guys. I didn't even know that I wanted a knife til I read this thread.
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