I started to write up something on that subject, :o I did honest!animportant wrote:Beauties! Can you speak to some of your favorite users?
I've got a Swick 3, Swick 4, m390 Mule, Serrata. Looking to pick up a Sprig or Phil Wilson, and probably something in H1 in the future.
Love the Lums! I seriously kick myself for not grabbing the Paperstone when they came out.
The new FB15PBBK fits in both sheathes, firmly with out any rattling. Old original Street Beat will work in the new sheath, but it is fairly loose and rattles. It would work; I can hold it upside down and rattle it about and it stays in. It will drop out if you try hard enough.
:) I agree with you on the Szabohawk.JT wrote:Wow, nice pics Reject!
That Szabohawk might be better for breaking in doors and zombie skulls rather than wood :D
The Aqua Salt, Street Beat and Street Bowie makes me drool... I just can't decide which one to get, brobably I'll get the Aqua... I think it has more versatile handle for EDC use. Any thoughts since you have all three?
I am neither a whittler nor a serious bush crafter; so that in to account with my view on this.JT wrote:Yep, the original Beat is a beauty.
My main concern is the deep choil on Beat and on Bowie.. do they limit the edc usage, sure they lock your hand pretty well, but can you, say whittle or cut/slice for longer periods without the choil being annoying? Also, how do they feel when in reverse grip?
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