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Sat Aug 10, 2019 4:40 pm
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Sat Aug 10, 2019 4:22 pm
Don´t get me wrong, I like watching Nicks reviews, and he normally points out really interesting and important things!
But, like most knife "reviewers", he does in fact mostly "just" kind of first impression videos (and good ones!!), and not real reviews. That is on no way against Mr. Shabbaz, as said, he does a good job and given the amount of knives he shows on his channel, he would have NO chance to really use all that blades over a longer period of time and in various tasks, to do a "real" review afterwards
One of Nicks favorite Spydercos is the Shaman. A large knife and gem in his eyes.
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I really like my Native Chief. I was afraid it would be weak without liners and saw
how small the pivot for the lock looked at the side of the scale. Then...I saw a disassembly
video which shows the pivot pin for the lock is stepped (duh..I never considered that).
It has a lot more surface area to bear stress than I thought it did and I ordered it.
Liners would ruin it...it would be too heavy. Ergos and balance are great and I love the
blade profile. Great for cutting meat and veggies at camp! A solid knife I am very glad I got.
I have a S30V Shaman too for tougher use where a stronger tip and thicker blade make more sense.
I like it! It is a high quality slicer that is a decent size that is comfy to carry. I find myself
gravitating to thinner profiles for slicing. The Kapara is epic for this as is the Ikuchi.
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Please Sal, a Native Chief in Cruwear????? I’m on my second Chief and Love it !! Thank you Sir
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