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ashuang0731 wrote:

9.8cm 9Cr13Mov Blade, 22.3cm whole length,G10 Handle

 

Where can you buy the top model? Hopefully the pocket clip side is g10 as well. Otherwise lame.

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duro wrote:

Where can you buy the top model? Hopefully the pocket clip side is g10 as well. Otherwise lame.

 

You can get either model (black or tan) for $22 shipped to the US here:

 

http://www.aliexpress.com/product-fm/534478185-Inron-MY803-Tactical-Pock...

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drbobguy wrote:

duro wrote:

Where can you buy the top model? Hopefully the pocket clip side is g10 as well. Otherwise lame.

 

You can get either model (black or tan) for $22 shipped to the US here:

 

http://www.aliexpress.com/product-fm/534478185-Inron-MY803-Tactical-Pock...

shits from the pics.. is lame :(, SS clip side... for that I was wondering about the frame lock

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yeah, they went and ruined what could otherwise be a good design. If only it had g10 on both sides and a complete frame lock.

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How are you going to have a G-10 scale on a frame lock? I like it the way it is. I would prefer a frame lock over a liner any day.
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Hmm, I was wondering yesterday, can someone share some information regarding Enlan and Sanrenmu factories - do they comply with ROHS? How are they about pollution? I just suddenly realised that I wouldnt want to fork 60$ for bunch of cool knives knowing that factory they are made in pour toxic waste into environment both through water or air pollution or if their workers suffer from pollution in their factories :/

Just came to thought that I rather get some more expensive European made knives instead.

Ashuang, can you comment on Chinese cuttlery industry tolerances towards pollution etc?

I know one CANT avoid that completely knowing loose Chinese environmental policy or lack of one no matter what you buy from there, be it knives or something else, so dont take this personal :)!

OH, My God,

if you really care about that, you can almost forget all the products made in China, except some famous and big brands like Iphone, Nike.etc.

As for as I know, only factory like Foxcom who do products for Iphone cares about the things your mentioned(they have to care about that under Iphone's watch).

for othe factories, they pay not attecntion to that.

I have never been in SRM and Enlan's factory, but I can image.

 

 

Rather than speculate about the SRM factory, maybe stick to the facts.

 I've never been to SRMs factory either, but the man that owns and runs a very well known knife company in the USA has been there and he must of liked it as he used them to make some of their knifes. So it can't be too bad can it?

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I really like framelocks (they come without extra junk stuck on the locking side).  They are nice and thin - however, they seem to pocket better with only one stud or just a thumb hole for opening.  When (if?) they bring back the 710, I hope they get rid of the left-hand stud - it always gets hung up on my pocket since the frame is so thin.

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Essexman wrote:

ashuang0731 wrote:

vēer wrote:

Hmm, I was wondering yesterday, can someone share some information regarding Enlan and Sanrenmu factories - do they comply with ROHS? How are they about pollution? I just suddenly realised that I wouldnt want to fork 60$ for bunch of cool knives knowing that factory they are made in pour toxic waste into environment both through water or air pollution or if their workers suffer from pollution in their factories :/

Just came to thought that I rather get some more expensive European made knives instead.

Ashuang, can you comment on Chinese cuttlery industry tolerances towards pollution etc?

I know one CANT avoid that completely knowing loose Chinese environmental policy or lack of one no matter what you buy from there, be it knives or something else, so dont take this personal :)!

OH, My God,

if you really care about that, you can almost forget all the products made in China, except some famous and big brands like Iphone, Nike.etc.

As for as I know, only factory like Foxcom who do products for Iphone cares about the things your mentioned(they have to care about that under Iphone's watch).

for othe factories, they pay not attecntion to that.

I have never been in SRM and Enlan's factory, but I can image.

 

 

Rather than speculate about the SRM factory, maybe stick to the facts.

 I've never been to SRMs factory either, but the man that owns and runs a very well known knife company in the USA has been there and he must of liked it as he used them to make some of their knifes. So it can't be too bad can it?

Maybe I will nerver get truth there, just like many things in CHina

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ashuang0731 wrote:

I love how much is packed into such a little frame.  I'd love to know where to find it.  Thanks.

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Essexman wrote:

Rather than speculate about.....  maybe stick to the facts.

good advice, it seems most people on this planet need to hear that - so many people mistake their opinion for fact...and try to pass it off as such

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My first message here just to say that i ordered four knives from Ashuang and everything went fine: he even freely sent me the assisted knife in a different parcel to avoid any problem with customs. ( i live in France)

 

Good service !

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David, I received my package yesterday - that's 12 days from the order date.  Thank you, and keep up the good work! --George

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Patrickbateman wrote:

My first message here just to say that i ordered four knives from Ashuang and everything went fine: he even freely sent me the assisted knife in a different parcel to avoid any problem with customs. ( i live in France)

 

Good service !

thank you

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David, I received my package yesterday - that's 12 days from the order date.  Thank you, and keep up the good work! --George

thank you.

here comes a new Model from SRM, 680 (weights 60g)

similar to 603, just a little longer to a overall length at 6", and with Money clip for EDC

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That 680 is a very attractive little knife!  Perhaps a more useful size, too.

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[quote=ashuang0731]

 

 Actually, looking again, I see these differences:

1. Blade has a ricasso

2. No four-way clip

3. Rides a little higher than the Tenacious

4. There was something else, but I can't think of it.  Time to wake up.

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normal shape and EDC size folding knife.

But I really like the serrated steel of the handle which provides better grip

this little design of very thoughtful

 

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new sanrenmu at exduct. small pocket/keychain folder

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yelve wrote:

new sanrenmu at exduct. small pocket/keychain folder

Uh ....?

What I do

 

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"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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The SRM H03 looks great, small slipjoint with a bottle opener. But I think they stole the spydie hole from Sal Frown

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My reviews about knives: : http://chinese-knives.blogspot.com/

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edc wrote:

paypal sent for the ganzo g301

I would be interested in this product as well. Have you received it already? Wink

*FMI* i got 4 i/o sh
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5.9" total, Black/Red G10 Handle, 7Cr17Mov Blade, Liner Lock, Money Clip.

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xatu wrote:

http://www.exduct.com/Chinese-Folding-Knives/SRM-Knife-Gifts/GAT11-SRM-F...

It seems like a cutter...

 

took a chance and ordered one from exduct for its uniqueness. ill try to get a review up when it comes as i cant find much info on it. there is also one seller on ebay w/ more pics. http://www.ebay.com/itm/SANRENMU-T11-Foldable-Knife-GB-T11-/280875652673?pt=Collectible_Knives&hash=item41657e5641#ht_500wt_1180

fairly small knife with 3 clip placement options. so it may make a good left side pocket carry.

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ashuang0731 wrote:

5.9" total, Black/Red G10 Handle, 7Cr17Mov Blade, Liner Lock, Money Clip.

 

Nice!

 

Don wrote:

"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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