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  • Iron mike
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    like the holster also it is the one i carry on most of my excursions also i have been made fun of it by my older brother but got my revenge when we spent 5 hours looking for his CZ75 lost on a 4 wheeler trail and my standard Beretta m-9 was still with me

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  • Snow Walker
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    I for one like serrations on one of my carries. I know alot of people think it's supposed to act as a saw, but that's not true. It's for corrdage and other material to save the edge of the main blade. I really like the serrations for making super fine shavings. (firestarter)

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  • Stitch
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    Originally posted by Dr. Smooth View Post
    I like the look of your knife. It appears to perform well for your chosen tasks. How are the serrations ? Do they snag or hang up on anything ?
    The serrations have never snagged or hung up on anything in my experience.

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  • Snow Walker
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    Sweet, very sweet!

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  • Dr. Smooth
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    I like the look of your knife. It appears to perform well for your chosen tasks. How are the serrations ? Do they snag or hang up on anything ?

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  • Stitch
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    Originally posted by Diesel View Post
    I will never own a knife without serrations, in true survival and extended outing scenarios serrations are priceless for sawing through tough stuff like bone, and hard woods.
    I always bring along a SAK with saw blade.

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  • Diesel
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    I will never own a knife without serrations, in true survival and extended outing scenarios serrations are priceless for sawing through tough stuff like bone, and hard woods.

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  • PT945
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    You have some nice knives. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Jason B. Stout Model 2 Tactical, D2 Steel, Nickle Silver Bolster, Loveless Bolts

    I have been leary of both hollow ground blades and partial serrations on a hard use field knife. I found one that had both and wanted to see how it performed. The partial serrations are field sharpenable with a flat stone. They were designed to "saw" through a deer's ribcage. I beat the crap of this knife and it came through like a champ. I still haven't made up my mind on the serrations though. I don't mind them, but probably will not get them on future knives. Thanks for looking.


    Batoning oak


    Chopping Juniper


    Batoning Juniper


    Model 2 Tactical on split Juniper
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