I don’t mind the blue spacers. It gives the knife a splash of color and homage to its former self.
Great minds and all that..Haha. That is almost word for word what one of my friends said.
@cory yes, that was the blue one. I liked quite a few of them but as I wanted something special with the scales from Flytanium I didn't see the point in paying more for the knife. So I bought the bog standard basic blue.
Now I am already eyeing up other purchases. I could waste so much money on this type of thing.
I have always loved a great blade.
Custom knives are becoming more and more popular.Nice.
I never realised there was such an aftermarket for these knives. there are some stunning designs out there and the machining is superb.
I decided a few years ago I wanted a custom or semi custom folderKnives are a dangerous game for me. I could very easily become a 'collector', and that isn't something I want. A knife should be an extension of your body, and you should be intimately familiar with it's feel and operation. I don't see how that's possible when you have a different knife every day. That's why I want to have a particular purpose for each knife I own. I've kind of bent the rules a bit, but I've stuck with it for the most part.
I'm new to watching them but the knife beater and beez blades gives a good run down of certain models.Doh, never thought of youtube re knives but your post prompted me to search. Knife Center looks solid, any others you recommend?