Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
Heh. It honestly took me several seconds to figure out what you were on about. ;)"Okay, it's a picture of two knives. What hidden message did I imply with the arrangement of... Oh... Walter's logo." :D
And nice ones to boot! :-)
So, when you carry the switch, do you find yourself uncontrollably snapping your fingers and dancing to show tunes?
My state has such stupid knife laws. I can legally carry a concealed gun into the local library, but I can't carry a 1.5" penknife. Switchblades can only be carried in a belt case (like for a Leatherman), and I'm not positive even then.
@JohninMd:Nah, Sharks and jets are more A.G.A. Campolin. Walter Brend is more "Drop silently from above, remove spleen in one fluid motion, then blend into the woodwork and disappear"
Yummy. Simple yet elegant.
I believe the Sebe is a lot older than a dozen years or so. My guess is that it's very early 90s with an ATS-34 steel blade. The later BG-42, S30V, etc blades didn't have the shine that the ATS-34 blades did.
"I believe the Sebe is a lot older than a dozen years or so."Indeed.Like I said: "I just realized I've had these two for about a dozen years or so... "I didn't say I bought either of them new. :)(The "P" stamp on the Sebenza is the giveaway to its age.)
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