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You're a smart man!What are the two washers on the bottom of the sheath with the paracord through them? Looks like DIY cinch for a leg strap.
Is it effective?
Yea, the Leroy is as nimble as a brick, and twice as sharp.Also - nice Leroy lopper. - that's a big boy.
Yes the Silky saws are typically push pull. Very aggressive profile. The gomboy is on the larger size for carry but it makes fast work of things. They do make smaller ones.Push/pull cut on the folder??
-been looking for one with push/pull - though, regardless, they're a nice bit to have in the pack
I miss the old Rep Points so I could say 'thank you' rather than just 'liking' your post.Yes the Silky saws are typically push pull. Very aggressive profile. The gomboy is on the larger size for carry but it makes fast work of things. They do make smaller ones.
these ritter griptillions are super. I remember buying both, the full size and the mini when they came out. don't recall the date but it was over 13 years ago. sadly, I sold them, and the bulk of my knife collection, to finance a little internet fountain pen business. anyway, iirc, benchmade started releasing these with a few different scale colors. I seem to remember yellow, but wasn't the orange the first release? never used my ritters, wish I kept those. congrats for owning one.Here is my favorite camping folder. An early Doug Ritter RSK MK1. Basically a Griptillian with a beefier blade profile, better S30V steel at the time. Great for batoning small kindling. The safety orange makes it really easy to find when I stupidly drop it in the leaves.
It is a beautiful knife, thank you. Got it for 200.00 (after Benchmade had bought out Lone Wolf). If I did my research right before I bought it, it was worth around 500.00 at the time by collectors. Crazy.Nice set up. That T3 looks sick!