Sages complete :)

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Sages complete :)

Postby KJKeyserSoze » Tue Dec 31, 2019 8:38 pm

Let's celebrate locking mechanisms ingenuity

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In my collection,
Executive C04 ,
PRCA 'Q' (C35SBK),
Bug C133,
One-Eyed Jack G-10 White C226G
Lil’ Lum C205GFBLP
Vallotton Lil’ Sub-Hilt - Black G10 C224GP
Chaparral Ti C152TI
Jonathan McNees McBee C236TIP
Marcin Slysz SpydieChef C211TIP
Marcin Slysz Techno C158TIP
Native 5 Salt LC200N C41PYL5
Native 5 S90V C41PBOR5
Native 5 Maxamet C41PGY5
Native 5 S110V C41PDBL5
Native 5 CPM-Cruwear C41GPCW5
Native 5 S35VN Fluted Titanium C41TIF5
Native 5 CPM-REX 45 C41PBORE5
Delica Super Gold steel X Massdrop C11FPBKSG
Salt 1 FRN BlackBlade C88PBBK
Dragonfly VG10 C28P
Dragonfly 2 ZDP189 C28PGRE2
Sage 1 Liner Lock C123CFP
Sage 2 Reeve Integral Lock C123TIP
Sage 3 Bolt Action Lock C123GPBL
Sage 3 Bolt Action Lock C123CFBAP
Sage 4 Front Lock C123WD
Sage 5 Compression Lock C123CFPCL
Sage 5 Lightweight Compression Lock
Para 3 CPM-Rex45 C223GPORBL
Manix 2 LW CPM-S90V C101PORBK2
Starmate C55G
Byrd Cara Cara rescue plain (BY17BK)
BYRD FINCH (BY11)

and other brands...

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Re: Sages complete :)

Postby remnar » Fri Jan 03, 2020 12:20 am

Nice family photo! :)

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Re: Sages complete :)

Postby bearrowland » Fri Jan 03, 2020 5:15 am

I agree 💯
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Re: Sages complete :)

Postby Larry_Mott » Fri Jan 03, 2020 5:25 am

I have all except the 5 lw. Don't know if I will bother getting one as I see it as a side-step rather than some truly new model. Perhaps if one practically falls in my lap. If not I think I'll pass on it.
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Re: Sages complete :)

Postby Filoso- » Sat Jan 04, 2020 9:20 am

My Sage family is now complete too!
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Re: Sages complete :)

Postby Ric » Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:57 am

wow - very nice collection.

Which one is your favorite?

Is there a big difference between Sage 5 and Sage 5 LW?

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Re: Sages complete :)

Postby Filoso- » Fri Jan 10, 2020 1:24 pm

Ric wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:57 am
Is there a big difference between Sage 5 and Sage 5 LW?
The main difference between the Sage 5 and the 5 LW, aside the scales, is the action of the knife. It has improved a lot with the new bushing pivot.

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Re: Sages complete :)

Postby abbazaba » Sun Mar 15, 2020 7:40 am

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Re: Sages complete :)

Postby Mr Blonde » Mon Mar 16, 2020 2:26 pm

Very nice, and excellent photos too!
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