Hmm ... don't try to cut steel bars with it ... avoid temperatures over 1000C ... and only ever grip the FRN part Other than that you shouldn't go far wrong with a Delica If the edge does loose its keen-ness then get hold of a Spyderco SharpMaker and that'll get it up to razor sharp with no troublehenhen14 wrote:Is there anything else I should know?
Boom! Right on. I've gotten to the point where I LOVE FRN. I like it more than G10, carbon fiber, and any other handle material.gull wing wrote:Looks cheep, but it isn't. Never had FRN disappoint me.
Very true. FRN is basically Nylon which is an extremely firm plastic, but not "hard" in the same sense styrene, Bakelite, plexiglass, or lexan are hard.Blerv wrote:I've always thought FRN to be softer than most "hard plastics". It always feels warmer to the touch and more receptive/secure in the hand.
When I think about "hard plastic" I think about action figures from my youth. Cold and slippery.
No but it will look cheap.henhen14 wrote:sweet. I thought it would feel really cheap, but i guess not