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    XM-18 Slicer & McGizmo LunaSol


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    LS20 and XM-18

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    ^^^ It doesn't get any better than that. One of the sexiest lights ever machined from a hunk of Ti with arguably one of the coolest blades ever, further enhanced with carbon hotness. That is a dream EDC combo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgators98 View Post
    Start watching Les George's web site. If he opens the list back up for a VECP get on it. Also be on the look out for one of his ESR's.

    I also know that the Hinderer / Zero Tolerance ZT0550 has been getting some good reviews.

    The tick titanium frame looks are popular right now. If you start looking there is really alot out there.
    You called it man, I ended up with a ZT0551. Couple days with it and I'm quite pleased.

    Here's a pic for you PSM.





    Being the foreground, the ZT looks even more huge than it already is, haha.

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    My Striders and McGizmo's. The knives are carried daily and the 3V warm Haiku has been in my pocket since I received it. The 6V is my outside/trouble call light. It's modified with a R4 5C XP-G, beautiful neutral tint!

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    I still can't believe how big the knives are that you guys carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fyrstormer View Post
    I still can't believe how big the knives are that you guys carry.
    What are you slicing with these days, Storm?



    Here, the ZT doesn't look quite so crazy big in this shot.


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    New to me SnG in the pocket today. It has been a little while since I have owned I Strider. Glad I decided to give them another try.




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    Quote Originally Posted by nbp View Post
    What are you slicing with these days, Storm?



    Here, the ZT doesn't look quite so crazy big in this shot.

    Actually it looks bigger in that shot, to my eyes.

    I use a Kershaw Chive. Been using it for years, never had need for anything bigger except when cooking. Can't remember the last time I had to dig out my Gerber Legend 800 to use the 3" blade it has.


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    Here's mine =]



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    Dude, nice anodizing on the Sapphire! Can I get a high-res pic as a desktop wallpaper?

    Also, how do you carry that large, one-hand-open, locking knife in the UK without getting thrown in jail? I've heard they're going so overboard with the knife control that they're even designing special kitchen knives that can't be used to stab people. I'm waiting for them to force everyone to write with crayons, next.

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    Thanks! Pm me your email address

    You can't EDC that knife over here. You can carry it if you have 'good reason' but
    it is difficult to buy and use knives like that in the UK...

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