Glad you like it.Holland wrote:I almost spat water all over my computer hahahahaha
I can't take the credit KS. I just found that on the 'net.KardinalSyn wrote:Is the cat out of the bag yet.
Nice visualization chuck.
Any idea what it would cost to have Cf put on a Cat?The Deacon wrote:I'm not Sal, but I'm guessing Nishijin glass would be unlikely on a non-Japanese model. A new CF version would be possible, but I wouldn't hold my breath. Watching eBay and the forums that allow selling and trading for a CF Cat would be one option, finding someone to replace the scales on a G-10 Cat with CF would be another.
My mother already knew that when I was still at a very early age.v8r wrote:Bahahaha you are nuts bro!
As NoFair said, S30V. The QC problems were related to overall fit and finish, which likely suffered due to keeping cost low while using top of the line materials. By releasing them again with cheaper materials (blade steel and handle material) while still at a similar price, they likely shifted material costs over to fit and finish costs. I believe the Cat and Chicago were made by a different Taiwanese manufacturer than the usual one. I've got a factory 2nd Chicago and it's pretty rough around the edges.The Mastiff wrote:Which steel was on the CF cat again? Was that the one that was made then stopped after problems, then re releasing later a bit different? Man I'm getting too old to keep track of all these.
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