It just touches at the point of the G-10Cheddarnut wrote:Thanks for the pics!! Where does the clip touch the handle? On the apex of the triangular g10?
Sithus1966 wrote:The clp is actually really tight in the pocket. It looks to be a bit thicker than other clips.
Also this one came with a warning card and let me tell you it's true. If I slide the edge of this knife flat along my finger nail you can see it ripple, it's very very thin at the edge.
Funny you mention the must-buy list. This knife was never on my must-buy list. Heck, i never even knew the knife existed before the day i bought it. I received a newsletter from a vendor that said they had them in stock. Well i went to the vendor's web page, saw the knife and immediately bought it. It just bypassed the list altogether LOLgbelleh wrote:Looks nice! Unique and different. Definitely on the must buy list.
+1Cheddarnut wrote:I wonder what the intended uses of this knife would be, as a pukko is a general purpose tool as far as i know, which suggests that it would be put through its paces and not be babied.
Agreed, would be cool if they added a few pictures of various cutting tasks they deemed for it to be for/excel at in the pamphlet along with the warning. lovely grind line! Thanks for sharing those picsUke wrote:+1
The blurb states that the Nilakka is ideal for 'everyday carry'. Could I use it to take apart cardboard boxes and plastic packaging if I ran into them during my day? Or is this folder specifically for delicate whittling? I've wanted a Nilakka since seeing pics of the prototype from the Amsterdam meet but I'm slightly concerned now that I'd have to baby it for fear of chipping the edge on a staple