A Wharncliffe Slip-It?

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Re: A Wharncliffe Slip-It?

Postby xceptnl » Fri Dec 15, 2017 1:14 pm

Larry_Mott wrote:A Terzuola slip it remake would be nice :)
I'd buy a Terzuola wharncliffe in a heartbeat
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Re: A Wharncliffe Slip-It?

Postby Lbblue » Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:20 pm

sal wrote:Hi Lbblue,

Welcome to our forum.

Thanks sal !

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Re: A Wharncliffe Slip-It?

Postby utor » Sat Dec 16, 2017 4:46 am


perfect portable apple peeler edc. :D
would love a lightweight version of this one.
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Re: A Wharncliffe Slip-It?

Postby Joris Mo » Sat Dec 16, 2017 5:31 am

SpeedHoles wrote:
Joris Mo wrote:Would love to see the Urban Wharnie in FRN and a UKPK in FRN with a somewhat pointy sheepfoot with a slight trailing point giving it some belly near the tip.
(I'd get the Urban and a couple of those UKPK's)

:D Yes, pretty much!
Love that bladeshape, wouldn't mind seeing that on a Manix 2/Stretch 2/Endura either although the Manix 2 already has a quite similar edge profile.

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