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Sage LW Wharnie

Postby Bemo » Sat Jan 22, 2022 10:42 pm

My favorite designs are the Caly, the Native 5, and the Sage. My favorite blade design is the Wharnie. So.... I think a Wharnie Sage LW would just be killer. What do folks think?

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Re: Sage LW Wharnie

Postby kobold » Sat Jan 22, 2022 11:07 pm

A Ti-framelock (Sage 2) wharnie in this size would hit the spot.
Military: S90V, S110V, Fluted Ti. PM2 & P3: Maxamet. N5: Rex45, LC200N SE, Spy27, Fluted Ti, Fluted CF. Native Chief: S90V, Rex45, GB2, SSS: K390.
Chaparral: Raffir Noble, Birdseye Maple. Tasman Salt 2 SE, Caribbean Sheepfoot SE, SpydieChef, Swayback, Manix2 S110V, Sage 1 Maxamet, DF2: Salt SE, K390 Wharnie.

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Re: Sage LW Wharnie

Postby Ramonade » Sun Jan 23, 2022 8:29 am

Maybe another line? The Sage is keeping everything the same except the lock on each variation. That would kill the concept of the knife imho
:respect Owned :respect : S35VN, S45VN, S30V, S90V, S110V, Rex45, M4, SPY27, MagnaCut, 20CV, M390, K390, ZDP-189, Maxamet, CTS-BD1N, CTS-XHP, SRS13, CPM154, 154CM, LC200N, VG-10, D2, 12C27(+mod), 14C28N, 420HC, Nitrox, Victorinox's steel, 440C(and others), 8cr...., the end ?

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Re: Sage LW Wharnie

Postby PocketShredder » Sun Jan 23, 2022 9:31 am

Ramonade wrote:
Sun Jan 23, 2022 8:29 am
Maybe another line? The Sage is keeping everything the same except the lock on each variation. That would kill the concept of the knife imho
Maybe there could be a separate line of knives, similar to the Sage and Chaparral projects, that uses the same base pattern but features different blade shapes?
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Re: Sage LW Wharnie

Postby Ramonade » Sun Jan 23, 2022 9:44 am

PocketShredder wrote:
Sun Jan 23, 2022 9:31 am
Ramonade wrote:
Sun Jan 23, 2022 8:29 am
Maybe another line? The Sage is keeping everything the same except the lock on each variation. That would kill the concept of the knife imho
Maybe there could be a separate line of knives, similar to the Sage and Chaparral projects, that uses the same base pattern but features different blade shapes?
Maybe, I'm pretty sure Sal and/or Eric have numerous designs with wharncliffe either in the head or on paper somewhere !
:respect Owned :respect : S35VN, S45VN, S30V, S90V, S110V, Rex45, M4, SPY27, MagnaCut, 20CV, M390, K390, ZDP-189, Maxamet, CTS-BD1N, CTS-XHP, SRS13, CPM154, 154CM, LC200N, VG-10, D2, 12C27(+mod), 14C28N, 420HC, Nitrox, Victorinox's steel, 440C(and others), 8cr...., the end ?

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Re: Sage LW Wharnie

Postby Wartstein » Sun Jan 23, 2022 10:42 am

I like wharnies in comparably short blades, and I think I´d really like the Sage 5 LW.

So: Yes!... but coming in SE too... :smirk
Top three going by pocket-time (update April 22):
- EDC: Manix 2 LW in REX 45 , Endela SE in VG10, stainless steel handle Endura in VG10 (hollow grind)
- Mountains/outdoors: Salt 2 SE in LC200N, Pac.Salt 1 SE in H1, Endura in VG10 (Micarta scales).


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