Knife & Light pics. (Identify your images!)

Jon-Lars

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Light pocket carry - Al Mar Falcon and Laser Products 6



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Sorry, it's a Laser Products Surefire 6:

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euroken

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My budget series :)

FW3A SST-20 with S&W metalworks Go2 tanto

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Lumintop Tool AAA with Higo

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Lumens Factory E1e with Antonini Maniaghese

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HAIII Mag C supporting FM LED drop in with Antonini Siciliano

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Franken Lumens Factory Smoothy black e head + Black Aleph 2xcr123 + black Z57 with Antonini Caltagirone

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MAD777

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Re: Knife &amp; Light pics. (Identify your images!)

Nice collection of "gentlemen's" knives and flashlights too, euroken!

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euroken

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Re: Knife &amp; Light pics. (Identify your images!)

Nice collection of "gentlemen's" knives and flashlights too, euroken!

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Thanks MAD,

If you shop around, you can find Antonini knives for $10~$20. Makes a great gift!

Cheers!
 

Thetasigma

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Re: Knife &amp; Light pics. (Identify your images!)

Coolfall Spy 007 with 005 knob and Springfield knurls, and a Pena Swayback FF


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Thetasigma

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Some more swayback goodness, WE Knives Isham Pleroma and Sigma Customs Hyperion.
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The design of the Pena Swayback really messes with my brain. :confused: The straight edge is sharp. The curved edge is not! :wtf:
I'm a sucker for a good wharncliffe or sheepsfoot blade, or hybrid of the two . Straight or mostly straight edge is easy to sharpen, useful for the majority of EDC tasks, and looks damn good when done well. CRK's Insingo blade is my favorite wharncliffe hybrid as it combines the utility of a wharncliffe with a gentle belly for good sweeps, and excellent swedged tip that maintains excellent penetration cutting. The Pena's Wharncliffe is pretty classic with the only real flair being the swedged top, and the blade tilts forward a tiny bit. The Pleroma has that gentle belly but is mostly a wharncliffe.
 

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I love the aesthetic of the wharncliffe style blade. I'd also include reverse tanto in that family. When you present the knife to the work, the point is in line with your wrist, or with your index finger if it's riding on the spine of the blade.
 
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