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The Odium arrived yesterday so it’s in my pocket today. The Mini Archbishop has been my regular EDC since I got it.

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Just got to work, today’s carry….

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Knives with holes like that in the blade, in my ( raging ) mind which like to play with words i have named those sewing needle knives.
Elongated holes like those do not make it better. Big Smile
Other than that the general blade shape are fine.

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sparkyDK wrote:
Knives with holes like that in the blade, in my ( raging ) mind which like to play with words i have named those sewing needle knives. Elongated holes like those do not make it better. Big Smile Other than that the general blade shape are fine.

I’ll make sure to post more in the future.

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Today was a hunting day, so I carried my Randall Model 8 Trout and Bird in stag.  It's always a good day when I get to carry my one and only Randall.  laughing  

 

Edit to add: And it's a better day if I have to use it on a whitetail buck!

 

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The new Kizer Sliver Micarta with S35VN blade. It weights only 2.64 oz (75 g).

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The new Kizer Sliver Micarta with S35VN blade. It weights only 2.64 oz (75 g). !https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-T7jsBVgPFY0/X6Z09MlMvUI/AAAAAAAAwDw/6TrAihV8k...!

Nice materials, nice looking knife….but that clip, not feeling it….your thoughts on the clip isti?

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Nice materials, nice looking knife….but that clip, not feeling it….your thoughts on the clip isti?

It doesn’t match the lines of the handle aesthetically but it works fine. I’ll replace it as soon as I find a better looking one.

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Kizer Gemini with Micarta handle:

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desmobob wrote:

Today was a hunting day, so I carried my Randall Model 8 Trout and Bird in stag.  It's always a good day when I get to carry my one and only Randall.  laughing  

 

Edit to add: And it's a better day if I have to use it on a whitetail buck!

 

 

I got the chance to use my hunting season EDC on Wednesday...

 

 

Now, it's back to EDC'ing a folder...  today it's an Emerson Horseman.

 

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Harnds Blazer with a partial serrations blade. It’s a handful with thick scales, and a four inch blade.

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isti242 wrote:
Kizer Gemini with Micarta handle…

I got the brown one. It’s a very nice knife. My only complaint was that they left the inner scale edges rough. As usual, that’s an easy fix. I just went around with an emery board and smoothed up the edges. It was my first time modding Micarta and it was a lot quicker than G10.

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isti242 wrote:
Kizer Gemini with Micarta handle…

I got the brown one. It’s a very nice knife. My only complaint was that they left the inner scale edges rough. As usual, that’s an easy fix. I just went around with an emery board and smoothed up the edges. It was my first time modding Micarta and it was a lot quicker than G10.

Are you sure we’re talking about the same folder? The Gemini Micarta has full steel liners so the inner scale edges aren’t exposed. Anyway the Gemini is a pretty good compact flipper.

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Are you sure we’re talking about the same folder? The Gemini Micarta has full steel liners so the inner scale edges aren’t exposed. Anyway the Gemini is a pretty good compact flipper.

Now that’s interesting. The brown one has nested liners and thinner blade stock.

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isti242 wrote:
Are you sure we’re talking about the same folder? The Gemini Micarta has full steel liners so the inner scale edges aren’t exposed. Anyway the Gemini is a pretty good compact flipper.

Now that’s interesting. The brown one has nested liners and thinner blade stock.

Mine weights 3.2 oz / 91 g with full steel liners and 3 mm blade stock. What’s about your version?

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isti242 wrote:
Mine weights 3.2 oz / 91 g with full steel liners and 3 mm blade stock. What’s about your version?

The published stats for mine look to be 2.8oz and 0.09” but a few places have different numbers. I’ll take some real-life measurements when I get home. (That will hopefully be before Thanksgiving.)

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This one... 

 

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These two Green Thorn F95 flippers one at a time. Smile

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The latest Petrified Fish PF959 “Veteran” has arrived:

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isti242 wrote:
The latest Petrified Fish PF959 “Veteran” has arrived: !https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ULxQIfdDuDA/X9KVz3BGWVI/AAAAAAAAxRM/Eo02PXkD3...!

Love all my PF knives, <what do you think of that Shooziz XUN-112 ? been thinking of ordering 1

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isti242 wrote:
The latest Petrified Fish PF959 “Veteran” has arrived: !https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ULxQIfdDuDA/X9KVz3BGWVI/AAAAAAAAxRM/Eo02PXkD3...!

Love all my PF knives, what do you think of that Shooziz XUN-112 ? been thinking of ordering 1

I’m happy with it. It’s super smooth out of the box and it flips open nicely. Despite the massive blade stock it cuts well too.
The 14C28N blade steel and the micarta handle slabs are refreshing after D2 & G10 in this budget category.

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