You recently did a article of all the knives yeah a knife I’ve collected when you can see here I got. I have five knives. I’ve got a couple more at work. These are the ones I’ve at the house, since my wife won’t. Let me buy many guns, I figure i’ll start collecting knives, so I guess we’ll kind of go smallest to largest see that it works this little guy right here.
I believe it’s a crkt. This is what they call the Ichi guess it’s one of the guys they hired in saying is razor sharp, but the tip on it. It’s so fine that I’m afraid to use it for anything, I’m afraid it’s going to break. So this kind of just sits more drawer, clicked in a bit desk, but every once a while, when I’m pretty confident tips not going to break i’ll cut a package up or something because that tip I mean that sucker no effort at all cut through anything.
Alright, this guy right here this is another crkt. This is the first pocket knife that I ever bought. It cost more than probably about ten dollars. I think I got this off. The corn will tool guy that stops by the shop and a nice display this. This one isn’t an assisted opener, but it’s got that little flipper. You pull out your pocket hit the flipper it pops right open. This is got the Tonto edge, tanto tanto, where you want to call it this knife out of the box.
It’s pretty sharp, not really impressed not anywhere near as sharp as that Ichi right there, but this knife is a lot heavier duty for a good long time. This was the knife I carried everywhere. I went and I would have total confidence that this would do anything I needed to do so. These won’t open on the table. This one right here is my latest purchase. This is another crkt knife, oh by the way that this knife is a out of the m16 line from crkt, and this crkt knife, I believe, is called the igniter t.
This is a assisted opening and to open it doesn’t have a flipper and you can’t just push it open and see. If you guys can see this we’ve got, a new system was a frame lock. I guess it’s a liner lock down here, but then there’s a lock up high and when you push that button it unlocks the blade. You can even hear that click maybe. But I tried as hard as I could to get this thing open until you push that button and then just give it just a tiny bit of flip.
I sucker flips open in re. What sold me on this knife was those serrations. I tell ya those things are sharp. I was checking this knife out. I touched some. I thought I’d cut my finger open but just cut to lick the top layer of skin. I didn’t believe it all, but I was like wow that his way is open. I thought it was guess, that’s what you call a clip point. Okay, this knife is not ambidextrous because of that locking system at locks, it closed crkt night or tea, and this is now my everyday carry.
Imagine I’m not usually a famous variations, because that’s why that’s? Why I found this one? This was hard to find because all these m16 lines, all of them, had the serrations they’re, just the normal servations I don’t like, but when I saw these bad boys I was this. I was sold. Let’s see here this one has a Smith & Wesson, spec, ops, knife. This is an assistant opener. It’s got a safety, switch red ready to go, no red safe and see that little thumb stud right there.
That’s not a flipper, it’s actually a switch. You pull! That’s you push that switch down this way comes out. This is another tant, 0 edge for whatever reason eyes I seem to like that blade shape. It’s pretty neat. Looking knife, it’s got some wow well shipping up there. Isn’t that great, I guess on the frame. You’ve got that little flip. The switch stop your finger from Ryan over there’s some decent grip down here and actually this side of the frame.
Here, it’s like grip tape on a skateboard you’re, not slipping anywhere on that. On the other side, I was pleased to see that they didn’t put that grip tape on here, because when you put that in your pocket, man got where that grip tape would rip. That grip. Your pocket up in no time but um gets its molded into the grip, is decently grippy but, like I say, you’re right, hander we’re going to hold it like this on the grip tape, we’re going to hide her thumb when the stud.
This is a. I guess this was my favorite knife. I just got that igniter. This was my favorite one. It’s Kershaw, 10 million designed. I guess this is the cycle, and this is the large one. As you can see pretty big boy and this is assisted opener. It’s got the speed safe system. You can turn the assist on turn these just off. I like to leave it on hit the flipper, which comes out Knutson. It’s a wide blade, and this I was carrying this one for a while.
Let’s go up 30 got a couple of rust spots on the blade, but that’s just part of your normal maintenance keeping your knives clean, oiled. Well I’ll, just
Knives and daggers are awesome! Plain and simple, right? Let me say, I enjoy my dagger collection with a little music playing in the background.