The Lucas Burnley designer Kwaiken folder from Boker Plus is a decently, and attractive looking piece of steel with obvious Japanese influences that appeals to the eyes, and feel sleek and slim in the hand. While its not perfect, it is an very nice folder to handle and appreciate.
Custom and Production Tactical Knife Reviews
The Spyderco Manix 2 is a pretty awesome blade from Spyderco, and probably one of their most successful folder designs to date. This is the limited edition Manix 2 created for Bento Box, the online Spyderco shop. It also happens to be a pretty damn cool with the Tan G-10 and CPM-M4 steel, which is not stainless, but a bit more stain resistant than the usual carbon steels.
And there she is: The beautiful and fabled Spyderco Titanium Fluted Military, perhaps the most well-crafted Spyderco ever made. At least to my hands and eyes! This USA-made Military features awesome blue-annodized and machined titanium scales, with an outstanding Reeve Integral Frame Lock system that is reinforced with a double-pinned stainless steel insert to reduce friction wear. And outstandingly engineered piece of cutlery.
The Benchmade Lerch 790 Subrosa was the first Titanium Nitrous assisted folder that Benchmade ever released, and is now a discontinued piece. The knife is designed by Matthew Lerch, a custom maker from the USA. Since being discontinued, it does sell for a bit of a premium over the selling price when it was introduced, and for good reason. This is a nice knife.
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