LC200N UKPK drop point

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bigboned
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Re: LC200N UKPK drop point

Postby bigboned » Tue Feb 11, 2020 4:02 am

im in for 3 at least as i reckon they would be great gifts also - leaf shape tho as a pref.
Sal, maybe to make the steel purchase more viable each purchase is a set of 3 - a drop point, a leaf and a wharnie, maybe throw in a spydy edge not only do you have a steel testing format, you a blade shape test aswell
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Re: LC200N UKPK drop point

Postby GHmn » Thu Feb 20, 2020 1:34 am

I have a native 5 salt, love the steel :spyder:
To see it in a slipjoint package, would be awesome!
I live in Europe so it would be an ideal travel companion.
Count me in for two when they come out.
Blade shape wise, both drop point and leave shape would suit me .

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Re: LC200N UKPK drop point

Postby sailhand » Thu Feb 20, 2020 10:28 am

Really looking forward to this knife, 2 for me at least!!!

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Re: LC200N UKPK drop point

Postby sailhand » Thu Feb 20, 2020 10:30 am

Ps definitely prefer the leaf blade but still in for two of the second best option for sure

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Re: LC200N UKPK drop point

Postby Christian Noble » Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:45 pm

sal wrote:
Sun Feb 09, 2020 11:22 am
The downside is the large number we'd have to make due to the minimum steel purchase requirements. And the entire market is not always up to slippies to the chance of selling the quantity required is a gamble.

sal
I mention this I am a fan of H-1 and travel extensively; why not a Ladybug and/or Dragonfly Salt as a slip joint? Understand why many like the appeal of LC200N, but with a handle adjustment to the Ladybug and/or Dragonfly, you are running the same blades and offer a "friendly" Salt version.

Sincere thanks for the opportunity to offer feedback here.


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