ThanksManixguy@1994 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 13, 2023 5:12 pmJosh can’t speak for 2nd generation models, Exclusive from KC in CPM20V was not one of my best experiences. PM if want more info . Dan
I cut open a bunch of bags of Lyme stone and fertilizer and noticed the coating it didn’t hold up to hot.Bemo wrote: ↑Sat Jan 14, 2023 11:10 amInteresting responses. I have 3 of them in MagnaCut. I'll start with my advice first, unless you like the lock type and fidget factor, I'd wait for the Spyderco version. I do think the heat treat is soft. Now onto other factors, the FRN scales aren't good but I don't think it has as much flex as my Bugout. I do think the omega spring on the Hogue looked beefier (they worked with Wolf springs to improve them) when I took it apart. I impulsively bought another one this holiday season when it came out in some "exclusive" scales. Much stiffer feeling knife and really changes the feel. But honestly not worth the extra money. Oh and the cerakote coating on the blade is just ok. Saw wear on the coating pretty early. The one thing I really do appreciate in the Deka and the Bugout is the thin blade stock.
I own both Bugout and Deka and I definitely prefer the Deka. I haven't noticed any hot spots. Then again, if I'm doing something that requires that much use of the knife, I'm generally using a fixed blade anyway.kennethsime wrote: ↑Sat Feb 25, 2023 10:28 pmFolks pitch the Deka as the “better Bugout,” and I would definitely love a Magnacut Bugout, but the Deka just looks a bit too tacticool to me - looks like hotspots all over.
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