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Nemo
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Nemo
01-27-99 21:54.00 - Post#48540    

Hello,

If you got any knife you want to us to review. Say it and we will choose the most wanted .

Cheers,

JM

Kent Davis
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01-27-99 22:11.00 - Post#48541    

Why not a real test or review of Mad Dog's Mirage X EOD


Nemo
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Nemo
01-27-99 23:52.00 - Post#48542    

You are right.

We have asked to Kevin to review one of his
Rat Knives.
He seems to be overbooked and told us he will
find a way to provide us one of his blade.

But surely, the MAd Dog / Fred Perrin encounter should bring some... sparks!!!

CHeers,

JM

Yekim
Journeyman KnifeNut!

01-28-99 00:51.00 - Post#48543    

I would like to see some reviews on knives made from alternative blade materials. Talonite, titanium, ceramic, etc. I have heard good things fro0m other people, buyt no one seem to push the limits of durability testing like you guys. (except for maybe Namveit Vo's Desert Fox blade abuse marathon )
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Fenris
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01-28-99 03:07.00 - Post#48544    

I would like to see reviews of Laci Szabo designed knives like the UUK and the Jaws series.

JAson Yang

Nemo
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Nemo
01-28-99 03:22.00 - Post#48545    

The review of the UUk is written and will be released next week !

JM

Mr Blonde
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01-28-99 03:52.00 - Post#48546    

Well, I would like to see a review of the Quickening by RJ Martin or one of his other fixed blade designs.
Steve Harvey
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01-28-99 09:10.00 - Post#48549    

I would like to see a contrast and comparison type article on medium fighter blades like the Polkowski/Kasper Bulldog, Black Cloud Sharktooth, Mad Dog Wild Thing, and whatever Mr. Perrin might be able to get or think it appropriate to include.

Harv

AndrewT
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01-28-99 14:13.00 - Post#48550    

Agree with Yekim, some reviews on Ceramic, Talonite or Stellite knives will be interesting. Compared with INFI??

Andy

Jailhack
Journeyman KnifeNut!

01-28-99 17:24.00 - Post#48547    

How about a review on the quality,performance and overall comparisons of the "other" brands of automatics,ie alton,Whitewolf,James Brothers,etc.Everyone knows that Micro-tech's are excellent but what about all the others ?
C.O.'s- "It takes balls to work behind the walls"

Nemo
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Nemo
01-28-99 17:42.00 - Post#48548    

A lot of good ideas !

About microtech the Nemesis is perharps a to expensive knife for us to torture...
But its true, we will review an automatic soon.

Now we need to find a maker ready to see is baby tested by Fred.

JM

Smoke
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01-28-99 20:05.00 - Post#48551    

Spyderco Military


Nemo
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Nemo
01-28-99 20:11.00 - Post#48552    

Oh, I forgot a point

I can give hints about the coming reviews.
The UUK, the Military Spyderco,
the Cold STeel Showel ...
And for the custom knives the Project II from CR and a beautiful little keeper from Sean Perkins !

JM

Nemo
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Nemo
01-29-99 07:32.00 - Post#48553    

Fred and his shovel...

Who could imagine that love story ?

Kate and Leonardo ? Forget it!

JM

http://www.fredperrin.com

Titan
Journeyman KnifeNut!

01-29-99 16:05.00 - Post#48554    

The new rage: small fixed blades --SFBs-- with multi-carry kydex sheath (ala BM Nimravus, Boker/Nealy, etc.). Maybe a seperate review of the top customs SFBs and production SFBs.

"It is better to understand a little, than to misunderstand a lot." -- Anonymous



ChrisH
Member

01-29-99 17:34.00 - Post#48555    

Spyderco Civilian
Bud Nealy Pesh-Kabz or Aikuchi in M2
Emerson Commander
Nemo
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Nemo
01-29-99 20:59.00 - Post#48556    

The small fixed blade !

These are our favorite !

Soon the little Sean PErkins will be reviewed !

JM

[This message has been edited by Nemo (edited 01-30-99).]

Wolf
Member

02-17-99 14:45.00 - Post#48557    

Has anyone reviewed or tested any of Newt Livesay's Knives.

Thanks

The Wolf

TAckerman
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02-17-99 17:58.00 - Post#48558    

I agree with Harv. Let's see how Polkowski rates with the other small to mid size fighters.

"ACK"

ACK

William Johnson
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02-18-99 09:54.00 - Post#48559    

I too would like to see your review of the Military. I would also like to see a review of the Sebenza.

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Markku Huttunen
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02-19-99 00:41.00 - Post#48560    

I'll third Harv and ACK: *COMPARISONS* of medium-size fighters as Harv mentioned *and*, maybe after that, a bit smaller ones too (including, e.g., the Kasper/Polkowski Scorpion)! *That's* where Fred's skills and experience would become of immediate maximal benefit for all of us, I think.

Markku

[This message has been edited by Markku Huttunen (edited 02-19-99).]

Cobalt
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02-20-99 14:10.00 - Post#48561    

How about comparing the Cold Steel 5/16 inch bowie to the Busse and the Mad Dogs. See who really prevails.
Titan
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03-02-99 00:50.00 - Post#48562    

Steve Ryan's awesome and eye-poppin' MEGAFOLDERS!

His folders are featured in the March/April issue of the American Handgunner magazine.

"It is better to understand a little, than to misunderstand a lot." -- Anonymous



AJ
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03-02-99 17:58.00 - Post#48563    

How about an in-depth review of custom kitchen knives? I could see Trace Rinaldi, Rob Simonich, Timothy Wright, etc. Maybe some different steels, Talonite, etc., would also make the review interesting. Lots of folks asking about "high quality" kitchen knives the last couple of weeks on various forums.

AJ

[This message has been edited by AJ (edited 03-02-99).]

AJ

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Brian lavin
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03-03-99 17:37.00 - Post#48564    

Yes, do a review of the new Talonite material as used by Trace Rinaldi and Rob Simonich.
And my goodness, if you review any of the Mad Dog's stuff, be very kind.
Buck Collectors Club member
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Nakano 2
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03-03-99 17:50.00 - Post#48565    

I' ll fourth Harv, ACK and Markku. I' ve not seen too many reviews on medium size fighters.

L8r,
Nakano

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tallwingedgoat
Journeyman KnifeNut!

03-11-99 04:00.00 - Post#48566    

Himalayan Imports khukuri, preferably the 15 inch Ang Khola.


Athabasca Ed
Member

03-11-99 17:06.00 - Post#48567    

Cold Steel's 'traditional' tantos would be interesting to learn about.
PJ
Member

03-12-99 16:32.00 - Post#48568    

Review the Uluchet. I know, I know, WHAT'S AN ULUCHET? We make it and would be glad to supply one for you to test if you would like to see how it performs.

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BUD LANG
Member

03-12-99 19:53.00 - Post#48569    

While many of the factory people will supply knives for magazine or internet evaluations (that is serious use, not abuse), you won't find many of the custom people, and that includes names such as Reeve and Busse, who are not really custom makers, willing to part with knives that they may not be able to refurbish and sell. Some of these people will "test" their own knives and report on them, but won't let others do so. Why? Furthermore, there are a lot of wild looking folders being made today, some with thin and even slick handles, that may look wild, but they are very impractical, hard to handle, and actually dangerous to use. Many liner lock(TM) models, custom and factory, are really sad. Some of the springs engage the blade by no more than .015-.030-inch, rather than full spring width which is usually around .060-inch.
PJ
Member

03-13-99 06:02.00 - Post#48570    

Bud:
Don't know if any of your post is aimed at the Uluchet but just in case here's some info.
Yes, the Uluchet is a wild looking folder, the handles are textured, beefy and it's very natural to hold and use.
No, it's not a liner lock(TM), the Uluchet has my own patented lock design which, in my own testing, never failed.
We're just a new outfit with a very different approach to mans oldest tool.

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P.J.
YES, it is sharp, just keep your fingers out of the way!
(url)www.silverstar.com/turnermfg(/url)

P.J.
YES, it is sharp, just keep your fingers out of the way!
(url)www.silverstar.com/turnermfg(/url)


BUD LANG
Member

03-14-99 20:06.00 - Post#48571    

PJ, I have not heard of nor seen your Uluchet, but I am interested. Some of my references toward folder designs covered a lot of territory. A few I've handled recently carry slick, polished metal handles that look pretty, but are as slick as owl snot, and dangerous to handle. Many folders have handles that almost pointed at the rear end, and how one can maintain a grip on them is beyond me. Quite a few new folders feature exotic looking handles that some feel are actually ugly as heck; ditto some of the blade designs. Finally, I've handle many folders in recent months, both factory and custom, that apparently are lacking in the area of engineering, because when you open the blades (on liner lockers) it's quite easy to come near slicing your thumb, ditto when closing the blade. Many also feature buttons way back on the blade so that you almost have to tuck your thumb back under your palm then stretch your thumb out straight as the blade fully opens, due to the wide arc the button (or thumb hole) must make. But what the heck, I'm not a knife maker nor designer, so what do I know. Can't mention any names because due to my position, I, and the magazine, could be liable for slander or whatever. I just ignore these knives and won't feature them, because to do so would be a dis-service to our readers as I would have to lie. If I can't say something nice, I won't.
PJ
Member

03-15-99 11:33.00 - Post#48572    

Bud:
Your comment "I'm not a knife maker or designer, so what do I know" is important.
You know what feels right in your hand and what works right when you use it, that's all that matters.
The only reason I responded to your previous post was so the Uluchet wouldn't get included by assumption.

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P.J.
YES, it is sharp, just keep your fingers out of the way!
(url)www.silverstar.com/turnermfg(/url)

P.J.
YES, it is sharp, just keep your fingers out of the way!
(url)www.silverstar.com/turnermfg(/url)


bcurran
Journeyman KnifeNut!

03-15-99 20:26.00 - Post#48573    

The new James Bros. OTF as soon as it comes out. PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE!!
Mike200
Journeyman KnifeNut!

03-15-99 21:31.00 - Post#48574    

The Hissatsu by Ancient Edge.
M David Poff
Member

03-17-99 18:54.00 - Post#48575    

Hartsfield

Opinel

James S Piorek/Bladerigger

CRKT S-2

Dozier

Kris Cutlery Barong or Pira

Emerson Tiger Claw

Spyderco SpydeRench

Other Multi-Tools

MDavidPoff

Check out the future possible Spyderco Worker 2000 www.bladeforums.com/ubb/Forum20/HTML/000224.html

One may want to keep an Eye out for my review of the Bob Kasper designed, Kevin Gentile modified AFCK and interview of Bob Kasper. Sorry about the wait, my review and interview should be online shortly, look for it at BladeForums.com. The delay has been getting pictures,no beginner's luck for me.

Marion David Poff ska Eye, one can msg me at mdpoff@hotmail.com

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Mr Blonde
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03-22-99 06:53.00 - Post#48576    

Boker: Nealy Specialist, both with tanto and spear point.

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shootist16
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shootist16
03-22-99 08:35.00 - Post#48577    

Still looking for that review of the Emerson Commander, but I would love to see a review of the new REKAT Carnivour.


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Earthman
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09-22-02 06:34.25 - Post#192421    

Hi...

Could you please review model 689 military/camp knife from Fox cutlery?

Thanks...

Earthman.
Steve1701D
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Steve1701D
09-24-02 06:33.22 - Post#192923    

Maybe a comparison of "Marine Fighting" style knives, from Kabar, Camillus, Case, and Ontario, maybe even including the Spec Plus, Next Generation, and D2 extreme versions.
Steve

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RobertCole
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09-29-02 17:02.18 - Post#194099    

The shrike!
tallwingedgoat: drop me an email at robert.cole@hazard.kctcs.net and I can tell you anything you need to know about HI kukuris.

gailt
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09-30-02 02:35.20 - Post#194149    

a g russells deer hunter. VG10 and D2 comparison
BOUNTYHUNTER3
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10-01-02 11:34.14 - Post#194425    

I WANT YOU TP REVIEW BLACKJACK KNIVES FROM EFFINGHAM IL AND LILE. KNIVES
Jagged
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12-21-02 12:45.02 - Post#213338    

How about a review and comparison of knives as similar as possible from Mad Dog, Mission (Beta Ti), Busse (Infi), and Strider? If the review is thorough enough, it might give us some factual guidance on how they compare in several key areas.
Lawrence Keeney
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Lawrence Keeney
12-21-02 15:47.54 - Post#213362    

We can certainly explore that.

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foofytr
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12-26-02 04:59.11 - Post#214179    

I would like to see a review on the Pro Tech series of knives, primarily the Godfather. From their I would like to see a series on MOD's.
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Gemini
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12-30-02 00:19.22 - Post#215168    

I second the motion made by the gentleman who wants reviews of the various "Ka-Bar" USMC types, inc. the Second Generation. (Steve 1701D).

I'd also like to see stories on Fallkniven and the Applegate-Fairbairn folders and the SOG SEAL 2000 and the Muela Tornado.

Gemini
PartialSerrations
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PartialSerrations
01-03-03 01:25.51 - Post#216203    

Spyderco Wegner Folder and a Spyderco Terzuola Folder
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Northern_Light
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Northern_Light
01-12-03 11:17.34 - Post#218896    

Hi!
I would like to see a review of laminated blades from different production knives. Which laminated combination is the strongest/the best?

Northernlight
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landsurveyor
Member

01-13-03 12:48.30 - Post#219181    

I'd like to see the MOD CQD Mark II auto version tested. Lots of nice reviews from new owners but how do they stand up to every day use over time? (How about after 4000 or so openings?)
Surveyors do it with a 5.0 foot rod

chuckasher
Member

02-11-03 14:36.44 - Post#228683    

How about a Browning Mako Pro? I bought one from a local knife dealer because it looked like a very well designed and made tactical fixed blade. I have'nt seem anything on the forums about this knife. What do you say?
dennis75
Master Member KnifeNut!

02-22-03 22:04.09 - Post#232522    

TOPS cqt magnum 747 or 711
drivie
Member

02-24-03 16:52.48 - Post#233215    

I would be interested in reading a review of the newest MOD 685 series knives please.

Thank you,

Drivie
diddle
Member

03-01-03 03:13.38 - Post#234763    

Would be very interested in a review of the subject knife
claysquire
Member

05-11-03 08:54.48 - Post#257693    

i would love somebody to review Tom Brown's Tracker Knife.
"Keep It Simple"

thombrogan
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06-12-03 01:08.02 - Post#268567    

Nemo,

I think that you'd enjoy reviewing the Tracker for claysquire. Don't tell
Fred! It could be between you and Knifeforums!
-Thom Brogan

"I knew you before you knew you had hands!" ~Tracey Brogan

Teufeldog
Member

03-24-04 10:34.05 - Post#371440    

I really would like to see anything with the steel heart in it, I want to see if INFI is really as tough as they say (without destroying mine) I'd like to see it against the Fehrman First Strike
halloween87
Journeyman KnifeNut!

03-24-04 10:57.23 - Post#371456    

I'd appreciate a review on the spyderco native 3-D and the benchmade 805 TSEK.
Lenny
Master Member KnifeNut!

03-25-04 00:56.41 - Post#371801    

How bout a Dozier Folding Hunter?
Lenny
Manodegat2
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Manodegat2
03-25-04 08:31.57 - Post#372047    

Quote:

How bout a Dozier Folding Hunter?
Lenny




If you mean the Dozier-designed knife sold VERY reasonably by Ka-Bar, I'd be interested in that review too. I've heard good things about it, but would like a systematic report.

If you mean a real Dozier, ain't no way I can afford one!
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_WoodsWalker_
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_WoodsWalker_
04-07-04 20:01.01 - Post#379379    

I am about to purchase my first knife in the category of survival knives and I would be greatful for any opinion on the Ontario Ontario SP25 USN-2.
Any other suggestions for a small-medium fixed blade?
Thank you guys in advance.
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Copper for the craftsman cunning in his trade.
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desertfox
Member

10-18-04 15:13.51 - Post#492877    

i would like to see a strider d9ss if thats possible
deserthawk748
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11-06-04 03:40.54 - Post#505283    

I have just ordered the new Spyderco MANIX model. I would love to see a review on it.

Also, I second a review on the Bob Dozier Folding Hunter (the real one, not the Kabar model).
sarguy
Master Member KnifeNut!

11-06-04 16:37.47 - Post#505756    

How about the William Henry Icon? After reading the article about Tom Brown in the latest Blade, I am interested to see if anyone else agrees with him.
ratfinx
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ratfinx
11-25-04 20:55.26 - Post#520640    

I would love to see a review on an emerson karambit, and a review on titanium as blade material in general would be very awesome!
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baldtaco
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baldtaco
11-30-04 09:53.34 - Post#524675    

Mineral Mountain Hatchet Works DV8-S3 Reverse Tanto


edzag
Member

12-02-04 03:47.17 - Post#526205    

BM10505P Benchmade Rant DPT Sheath Knife Plain Edge 4.48" Blade:
http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/store_detail.html?s=BM10505P

Thanks,
Ed
DevGroup
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DevGroup
01-10-05 11:01.14 - Post#558070    

Reese Weiland Baby Rastor!!!
Devgroup

unclestu
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unclestu
01-10-05 11:25.09 - Post#558099    

Note: If I listed anything that's already been reviewed, AIA.

Benchmade: Model 941 Osbourne, 710,705,551 & 556 Grip & Mini Grip. And can someone tell me the difference between a 941 & 943, & the 940 & 942??

Cold Steel: Large & Extra large Voyager Tantos, Large & Extra Large Gunsites, Trailmaster, OSS, Recon Tanto.

Ontario: SP-5 Survival Bowie, & the new Hossom folders when they're released.

CRKT: M-21 "Big Dog", M-16 EDC.
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Stone_Knife
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Stone_Knife
01-10-05 18:31.26 - Post#558469    

The new Microtech 1-piece "Alpha Detatchment Operative" knives. Just hitting some dealers' shelves this week...

How does it hold up next to a CR Mountaineer I?
Esav Benyamin
Master Member KnifeNut!

01-11-05 01:03.13 - Post#558549    

This thread cracks me up!

SIX YEARS AGO Nemo offered to test some knives. He got a few suggestions, mentioned some that were on the list, and the thread went on and on, year after year, with people continuing to suggest knives for testing -- with no response!

Real history ... a "new" REKAT knife (REKAT's out of business now) ... Bud Lang was still editing Knives Illustrated ... people suggesting tests of extremely rare and expensive knives, as if that would tell most of us anything we need to know

And the beat goes on, and the beat goes on ...
http://www.AKTI.org
http://www.USKTA.org

Lavan
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Lavan
01-15-05 11:25.48 - Post#562644    

That's a good point! Why hasn't Nemo finished reviewing every knife available? 6 years is a long time.

Go Nemo!

"There is more to life than knives."
....ancient stupid saying

bubbahoundog
Master Member KnifeNut!

01-16-05 09:39.07 - Post#563373    

Always remember: "Be careful what you ask for, because you might get it"....over, and over, and over.....LOL
race4aliving
Member

02-26-05 17:26.03 - Post#596986    

I'm new here an haven't been able to find anything on the Beretta Model 92 knife. thanks
Tmprd1
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02-28-05 11:35.32 - Post#598169    

You know what I really want to see... A battle of the super knives. How about Cold Steel Trail Master vs. Swamp Rat Camp Tramp of Battle Rat. Both of these companies cosistently claim that no other knives will stand up to what theirs will do . For the money, I've almost bought one of each to test for myself but I just can't stop buying those damn custom knives...
Knowledge is like a whetstone: Proper use sharpens the mind, but mis-use causes only damage...

soopajeff
Journeyman KnifeNut!

02-28-05 19:01.33 - Post#598558    

benchmade framelocks - 630 scirmish (spyderhole ripoff) 635 mini scirmish (another stolen spyderco, 930 stryker, and red class red chinese monochrome 10300
Beau T
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Beau T
03-01-05 06:42.21 - Post#598845    

Soopajeff... First off, no one ripped off anyone. Also if they are a rip off to you, why would you want a review done? Benchmade, Mr. Blackwood, and Spyderco are all together on the use of the opening holes used on the 630.


Please do a review on the William Henry Spire. I would love to see one pictured in the hand for size reference. I also heard the are heavy for being so small.
soopajeff
Journeyman KnifeNut!

03-01-05 12:20.50 - Post#599101    

I just meant that those 2 knives have a round hole opening, originally invented and patented by spyderco. I didnt mean they are a ripoff in the sense that they are not worth the price. My favorite knife is a bm 555.
DesertDweller
Member

05-12-05 11:55.04 - Post#653765    

I've got a good, economic choice. I'd like to see a new Ka Bar heavy bowie reviewed in contrast to Becker's, RTAK's, etc.
(Insert One-Line Representation of Cleverness Here)

SolemnDusk
Member

SolemnDusk
05-15-05 02:27.46 - Post#655705    

I'm interested in the Ontario Knife Co. ASEK Survival Knife... Anyone?

Particularly, I was wondering 2 things - 1. Is the blade full-tang? 2. What is the handle made from?
Fast Bob
Master Member KnifeNut!

06-22-05 11:27.30 - Post#685772    

I would really like a review of Shiva Ki"s fighting Bowie and his other fighter(gung ho?) as these are the most beautiful knives to me.
How do they compare to say a Hossum fighter? thank you.
Esav Benyamin
Master Member KnifeNut!

06-22-05 15:11.21 - Post#686004    

Check out my post on this thread #558549 - Tue Jan 11 2005 08:03 AM --

Quote:

This thread cracks me up!
.
SIX YEARS AGO Nemo offered to test some knives. He got a few suggestions, mentioned some that were on the list, and the thread went on and on, year after year, with people continuing to suggest knives for testing -- with no response!
.
Real history ... a "new" REKAT knife (REKAT's out of business now) ... Bud Lang was still editing Knives Illustrated ... people suggesting tests of extremely rare and expensive knives, as if that would tell most of us anything we need to know
.
And the beat goes on, and the beat goes on ...




Actually, anyone seriously interested in a knife review should post a request, but not in this thread -- as a new, separate thread on this forum.
http://www.AKTI.org
http://www.USKTA.org

markdeerhunter
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07-02-05 05:57.57 - Post#693214    

I would love an Airkat Tripwire review.
sephy
Journeyman KnifeNut!

07-05-05 19:20.43 - Post#695831    

Lookin for a small fixed-blade pocket knife. Anybody got an idea? I saw the Woodswalker (A.G. Russell) which appeals to me in price. Will it hold up though?

"The true test of character is not how much we know how to do, but how we behave when we don't know what to do." -John Holt

bladefrenzy
Super Granpa

bladefrenzy
08-06-05 09:49.13 - Post#724306    

how about a review of some of the buck/strider knives and compare them with the benchmades and other stuff in their price range. the 880 sp and the new military woud be great.
http://bladefrenzy.proboards106.com...
Check it out, Thanks

ninja824
Journeyman KnifeNut!

08-11-05 10:08.28 - Post#728733    

Beau T, If Scoopajeff wanted to make a better case for the "rip off" design of one of my favorite knives (Skirmish 630) he could of used several of Ken Onion's custom folders or those he collaborated with Kershaw. I believe the 3 holes at the back of the handle of the BM are a signature design of a well known custom designer whose name I can't quite come up with. But all in all who cares anymore as long as the knives get better and more affordable I am happy. But if anyone deserves a little "gratuity" is Bob Lum for the tanto blade or chisel tip explosion or at the least revitilization which just about every custom and factory producer has copied. One last Q, I have asked before and no one has been able to tell me if there has been a knife magazine review on the Skirmish 630? I have searched and searched but still have not found one. Could you help? ninja 824
britales
Member

britales
04-13-08 13:33.58 - Post#1497585    

  • William Johnson Said:
I too would like to see your review of the Military. I would also like to see a review of the Sebenza.<P>---------------- --<BR>Norwegian Misfit<p>"For the word of God is quick and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword...." Hebrews 4:12


+1 on the Large Sebenza! Maybe Original and Classic!

Sam Graham
Member

04-18-08 16:45.43 - Post#1502414    

Ka-bar's Heavy bowie
Sam Graham its my name.

Nemo
Journeyman KnifeNut!

Nemo
05-09-08 10:57.17 - Post#1519530    

Hi,

I have posted that thread 9 years ago.
Imagine that !

Now I got a lot of answers.

My new questions is:
Which knife do you want me to review first ?

Next answer in 2017 !

Cheers
Nemo











PS:
Seriously. Since 1999 I have written many reviews on a lot of thoses knives in a lot forums and magazines.
Please forgive me if I was not aware of al the suggestion in this excellent thread!
Thank you.
Keep in mind that simple rules of thumb for reviews:
Don't be objective. Be very subjective. Give your sentiment, your feeling. No ratio or weight. Just feelings. Cheers JM

JayBee3
Master Member KnifeNut!

JayBee3
09-23-08 00:26.51 - Post#1641516    

I have many folders but have fallen in love with my Buck TNT Mayo #1 EDC carry for me now with my BM's, Spydies, Al Mar's, Falkniven's, Daltons and Mcusta's gathering dust in the safe. Check one out - perfect size, materials, design, and weight.

JB3
JB3 Pholder Phreak


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