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Reviews of Various Pocket Knives by ksw12253

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									Reviews of Various Pocket Knives




Frank Niro Mother of Pearl Fighter Knife: This Pearl Fighter from Frank Niro was my first knife
from this fantastic maker from BC, Canada. This is probably the first really fancy knife I've ever
bought, and because Frank has such affordable prices, I was able to get it at a time when I was
not able to spend as much money on aknife. This is probably one of the nicer Niro's I've seen.
by BenVinson

 Frank Niro Mother of Pearl Fighter Knife: This Pearl Fighter from Frank Niro was my first knife
from this fantastic maker from BC, Canada. This is probably the first really fancy knife I've ever
bought, and because Frank has such affordable prices, I was able to get it at a time when I was
not able to spend as much money on aknife. This is probably one of the nicer Niro's I've seen.

 Spyderco Merlin Knife C21/C08: Yet another Spyderco, same FRN construction, though this
Merlin here is a bit of a rarer knife. The Merlin is basically an FRN version of the Harpy, with
slight differences in blade steel, shape and thickness. This Spyderco Merlin is a plain edge
model, which is extremely rare as they are no longer made.

 Microtech Lightfoot LCC Knife: Greg Lightfoot is a famous and popular Canadian Knifemaker,
member of the Canadian Knifemaker's Guild, and all 'round cool guy. He lives on a farm in
Alberta, and consequently also sells his designs to a select few production knife companies,
Microtech being one of them. Microtech produces the Lightfoot LCC in both manual and dual
action automatic versions.

 Spyderco Cricket FRN C29 Knife: Since I reviewed the Ying Yang cricket I wasn't going to
review this FRN cricket, however this one is plain edged, and different enough I figured I would
at least give a short review of it. The Cricket is definately one of the more popular ladies knives
available, and due to the blade shape, works very well with textiles.

 Spyderco Paramilitary D2 Foliage Green: I haven't picked up a new Spyderco in a while, but
every time I walk into the local knife shop, I see all their Spydercos displayed, and after a while I
just can't help myself. This time it was a Foliage Green Paramilitary that caught my eye, in the
limited edition CPM D2 steel configuration. This is a very cool version of the Paramilitary!

 Matt Cucchiara Small Poncho Folding Knife: The second of two Matt Cucchiara knives in my
collection, the Small Poncho was something I asked Matt if he would consider making after I
saw his full sized one. I really have a thing for blades in the 3 to 3 1/2 inch zone, and this one
would go well with the Sirocco that I already had.

 Buck Mini Strider Tanto 881: I remember the day that Strider announced its collaboration with
Buck was a very happy day for me along with a lot of knifeknuts, because it meant that all of us
that either could not afford Striders or could not justify the price of a Strider could finally own
one and see what was so darn special about them.

 Strider MSC RC Framelock Folder: Theres nothing like a custom Mick Strider RC folder to fill
your palms when you need a no nonsense knife to peel potatoes, shave wood for kindling, dig a
hole or protect yourself. This Mick Strider Custom (MSC) RC folder is a fanastic all-purpose
tactical utility folder that does it all.



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