Hi kvdo, I think we have similar sized hands. Do you find the G10 on the Brouwer to be more grippy than say the G10 on the PM2? Mine seems slightly grippier.
I could certainly be mistaken but isn't the texture on G10 created by using the peel-ply technique?
My bad I meant peel ply carbon fiber the really grippy stuff like on the sprint para 3 s90v
er·go·nom·icMichaelScott wrote: ↑Sat Oct 06, 2018 2:12 pmI disagree. Ergonomic in the sense of knife use relates to everything but a clip, then in a mostly negative connotation. The Rhino has a handle as thick as the Lil’ Native and is far from lacking in major contouring. And, it carries fine with the stock clip.
The clip should primarily allow the knife to stay where it is clipped. It should not interfere with the knife’s primary purpose which is to cut things. Too often it is not a matter of “slightly” uncomfortable but one of basic irritation and pain.tvenuto wrote: ↑Sat Oct 06, 2018 12:01 pmThe clip should primarily allow the knife to carry well, and shouldn't compromise that to feel slightly better in hand, since you're probably not doing extended cutting with it anyway. If you plan on that, carry an original D'allara, which has the ergos of a fixed blade.
So, according to your logic, if I plan to do extended cutting, whatever that means, I should plan on switching to the other extensive cutting knife I happen to carry for that purpose.
My notion is that a clip on a knife should not interfere unduly with the knife’s primary purpose which isn’t to carry well in a pocket.
Describing valid criticism as "cries of doom and terrible design" is what's overblown.
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