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how2 wrote:

This may help for people in the U.K

knives with folding blades, like Swiss Army knives, are not illegal as long as the blade is three inches long (7.62 cm) or less That's interesting, doesn't say it can't be locking, unless I missed something?
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You did!  Look here:  http://www.britishblades.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?39-Blades-Britain-amp-the-Law...

 

For a knife to be a folding pocket-knife within the meaning of this section, it must be readily and immediately foldable at all times, simply by the folding process. A lock-knife, which required a further process, namely activating a trigger mechanism to fold the blade back into the handle, was held not to be a folding pocket-knife (Harris v DPP [1993] 1 All ER 562); followed in R v Deegan [1998] Crim LR 562,[1998] 2 Cr App Rep 121. The section applies to articles which have a blade or are sharply pointed, falling into the same broad category as a knife or sharply pointed instrument;

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Hi, Everyone, I am back with a few new items

1) Slitzer 390

2)  SRM : New Edition of PR-728

3) EM01, Small Edition of EL01A

 

4) EL01  (new member for EL01 family)

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G611, features with a plastic handle with whistle

My opinion: if you just want to take it for your collection or normal everyday us, this knife will satisfy you.

but if you are going to use it for outside activities, forget this one, it is not durable and will not last

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Hi Ashuang,

Whats your opinion on  Slitzer 390? Does it come as a plain edge only?

Is there anything in the pipeline from Inron?

 

Cheers

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Hi, Jeansy:

for the style, it is just a normal locl back folding knife with partial serrated blade and money clip. it is a Well Made OEM knife for Germany.  just with the knife,no other things like orginal boxes.

for Inron man, there will be no new knives in the near future.

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ashuang0731 wrote:

2)  SRM : New Edition of PR-728

I like the original version of the PR-728 better than this new version with new handle (part metal compared to wooden handle on the original version) and a clip. Too bad the only place I found where I can get the original version from is Ebay, where it is twice as expensive.

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this new edition feels much heavier than the old one.

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ashuang0731 wrote:

Hi, Everyone, I am back with a few new items

3) EM01, Small Edition of EL01A

 

Wow thats awesome!  Thanks for posting that.

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u r welcome

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New Model Name but not new knife

MC-715 (Old Model:  1615)

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New Model, Multi Tool(Window Breaker, Bottle opener )

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David, I saw the Chris Reeve F32 on your aliexpress page - what can you say about it?  It looks like a large SRM 710 with the clip reversed.  How is the quality, steel compared with SRM?

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the steel and finish is not as good as SRM. but you can't expect too much for a knife at that price.

 

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ashuang0731 wrote:

the steel and finish is not as good as SRM. but you can't expect too much for a knife at that price.

 

I didn't expect it to be SRM quality.  Perhaps SR Columbia quality?  That seems like the next step down, which I still find acceptable.

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Latest Y-start Hunting Kit

feature with a knife sharpener and a mini fixed blade hides inside the handle (magnet stick)

to help finsh small jobs that big fixed blade can't do.

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boomhauer wrote:

ashuang0731 wrote:

the steel and finish is not as good as SRM. but you can't expect too much for a knife at that price.

 

I didn't expect it to be SRM quality.  Perhaps SR Columbia quality?  That seems like the next step down, which I still find acceptable.

yes, something like the SR quality

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New Model, Multi Tool(Window Breaker, Bottle opener )


This new SRM 788 with strange blade shape, anyone willing to explain how on earth such blade shape could be used in everyday situations?

Because if there is reasonable explanation for such weird blade, I might get one myself!

And BTW, how long is the blade in it and how well it fits in ones hands when used?

 

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Latest Y-start Hunting Kit

feature with a knife sharpener and a mini fixed blade hides inside the handle (magnet stick)

to help finsh small jobs that big fixed blade can't do.

 

This is just beautiful, pitty such knives are not allowed for import over here, care to share the price for this one :)?
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esrevenge wrote:

ashuang0731 wrote:

Hi, Everyone, I am back with a few new items

3) EM01, Small Edition of EL01A

 

Wow thats awesome!  Thanks for posting that.

+1

Does anyone have a size comparison photo of this and EL01A?

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It's pretty much the same as the 700 series of SRM.... here more pics and sizes.

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David, thanks for the info.  I don't mean to be a bore, and I'm sorry if this has already been asked, but what is going on with the most popular 700 series SRMs?  Why is there limited or no availability for the SS-710 and 763?  Are they in-between production runs, or undergoing changes?

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Vectrex wrote:

It's pretty much the same as the 700 series of SRM.... here more pics and sizes.

Thanks! Had to order one..

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boomhauer wrote:

David, thanks for the info.  I don't mean to be a bore, and I'm sorry if this has already been asked, but what is going on with the most popular 700 series SRMs?  Why is there limited or no availability for the SS-710 and 763?  Are they in-between production runs, or undergoing changes?

there are run of stock for the monent.

but I think SRM will reproduce them soon, they are not going stop popular models like 710,GB(GA)-763

Fucking Government hres puts much more  striction on knives in here, especially for long folding knife and fixed blade.

 

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vēer wrote:

ashuang0731 wrote:

New Model, Multi Tool(Window Breaker, Bottle opener )


This new SRM 788 with strange blade shape, anyone willing to explain how on earth such blade shape could be used in everyday situations?

Because if there is reasonable explanation for such weird blade, I might get one myself!

And BTW, how long is the blade in it and how well it fits in ones hands when used?

 

ashuang0731 wrote:

Latest Y-start Hunting Kit

feature with a knife sharpener and a mini fixed blade hides inside the handle (magnet stick)

to help finsh small jobs that big fixed blade can't do.

 

This is just beautiful, pitty such knives are not allowed for import over here, care to share the price for this one :)?

for they Y-start hunting kit, the retail price in Chinese Market is around 66 USD.

 

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Thanks David.  I understand the issues with large folders and fixed blades, but still cannot understand how they could let their most popular small folders run out of stock for so long.

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boomhauer wrote:

Thanks David.  I understand the issues with large folders and fixed blades, but still cannot understand how they could let their most popular small folders run out of stock for so long.

Have a little more patience, Cool

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Hello David, can you tell me something about the quality of Tekun knives for example about this one:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tekut-LK5033E-Axis-Lock-Aluminum-Handle-Pocket-F...

I have some Enlan/Bee/Sanrenmu knives and two of Navy Knife. Do the Tekun have a similar quality?

What about this ceramic balde folder

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tekut-LK5070-SPIKE-White-Ceramic-Blade-Aluminum-...

Is this useful? Ceramic as a kitch knife is ok, but as a fodler? Doesn't it brake easily?

Light up the darkness.

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Buwuve wrote:

Hello David, can you tell me something about the quality of Tekun knives for example about this one:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tekut-LK5033E-Axis-Lock-Aluminum-Handle-Pocket-F...

I have some Enlan/Bee/Sanrenmu knives and two of Navy Knife. Do the Tekun have a similar quality?

What about this ceramic balde folder

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tekut-LK5070-SPIKE-White-Ceramic-Blade-Aluminum-...

Is this useful? Ceramic as a kitch knife is ok, but as a fodler? Doesn't it brake easily?

For the Tekut LK5033E, there is no money clip, no lanyand hole,  not suit for EDC;  for the Aluminum Handle, it is not textured, so it feels not safe to hold it (it may slip when your hand sweats).

for the Ceramic Material, yes, it is easier to break than steel . but it is as sharp as steel (or more sharper)  and it lasts longer for cutting. and it never rust.  so it depends on where you are going to use it.

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