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nbp

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First world confession. The fact that the 21s are out of production has caused me some angst. Should I get one while I still can? Should I just wait for the 31? Both?!

Hard to say. I’m not sure how many tweaks there are to the 31 since I don’t think anyone has them in hand yet. Unless you’re familiar with the 21 you might not notice much difference, I dunno. If you want a NEW 21 now is the time to grab one while there’s still some stock. There will always be lightly used 21s out there as they made a lot of them. Or buy both... you won’t go wrong having a few different ones, and they are easy to sell.
 

TomK85

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Does he/she have a webpage?

Unfortunately not. He was a professional knifemaker but due to a brain injury he needed to stop. Now he solely makes them as a hobby. Around 3/4 knives a year and has a waiting list of several years

They are completely handmade without CNC. The only parts he doesn’t make are the blank damast and the screws. Everything else is made by hand and his level to details is second to none.btw he is on CPF too. Real flashlight fanatic.

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TomK85

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Got more info? Steel, caebon or stainless? Length, thickness?

Thanks, Bill

To be honest I have never took any measurements. Is it Bjorkmanstwist Damast. Consists of different steel. As it is hollow ground, it is an excellent slicer.

This is my other knife from this series. Is it a slipjoint. The tension of the spring is adjustable and it has and hardened insert in the spring.







 
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desert.snake

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In addition, he gave me a few knives he had collected over the years, so I thought I would post them up. They are well worn, aren't worth anything really, but I am happy to have them. A little piece of his history.

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Here you are not quite right, Puma and Fiskars great knives :) Puma still in this state is expensive, on the back of the castle I see the number, but it’s bad if you enter it here, you will know when it was made https://www.pumaknives.de/en/faqs
 

5S8Zh5

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My most used blade - sheepsfoot. Here on a Schrade Stockman 340T Old Timer. A gift from my Dad more than 4 decades ago.

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