Medowlark

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Medowlark

Postby harronek » Fri Feb 06, 2015 8:58 pm

I got this yesterday , mainly because I wanted something similar to the Delica Titanium Damascus I've got ordered , and I wanted to practice using a Lockback knife after years of Liner and Frame locks exclusively .
I wasn't expecting much , and just thought when the Delica arrives I'll give it away or throw it in the toolbox .
But , and its a big BUT , this thing is a really good knife , I just hope now it wont spoil my view of the Delica when I get it .
If your after a cheap value for money knife grab one of these Medowlark's , I don't think you will disappointed for the money you spend .


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Re: Medowlark

Postby PWork » Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:08 pm

I'm considering a Meadowlark in FRN to use on the job. I've become a huge fan of the choiled models.
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Re: Medowlark

Postby harronek » Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:27 pm

PWork wrote:I'm considering a Meadowlark in FRN to use on the job. I've become a huge fan of the choiled models.

I say get it , what have you got to lose .


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Re: Medowlark

Postby PWork » Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:39 pm

All in good time. My work knife tends to see a lot of use and sometimes borderline abuse. I don't like to invest much because the chance of breakage is greater than normal.
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Re: Medowlark

Postby sal » Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:11 am

Hi Harronek,

Welcome to our forum and thanx much for the comments and pics.

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