Tag: Chris Reeve

About Locks — How to choose ?

Nowadays rendering of three iconic 90’s lock: Liner Lock, Back Lock and Integral Lock. They are plethora of locks since the 90’s when the Tactical Folders trend started. “Tactical” , a term which has been mainly used in a marketing way, means you can…

Chris Reeve Sebenza ATS-34 — Honor is her name.

What does it means to own a Sebenza ? 21 years ago, in September 1996, I received a phone call from Taiwan; the person calling was unknown to me, his name was Huan Chang Hsu and he told me he was an ophthalmologist, a…

Real Steel “Megalodon 2017” RS9611 – Enter The Dragon !

Again I got a really great bargain and service from my favorite Ebay retailer: Caledon2 Whole Sale Knives and Swords. Kuddos to them to beat record in shipping each time, mine arrived 4 days before its ETA. I have found this Real Steel Megalodon…

Spyderco Mantra 2 – Pure Flipper Workhorse !

The Mantra 2 is Eric Glesser’s design and is one of a kind Spyderco as its blade’s hole is only here as a trademark. Your only way to flick the knife open is the flipper invented by Kit Carson at the end of the…

Spyderco Sage II – The Wise Choice

And if the alternative of the a Tie Millie was not a Tie Paramilitary (which is not yet born) but the SC123TIP: the Spyderco Sage II ? The Sage line is a collection made in Taiwan (now a high quality of execution guarantee). and…

Spyderco C36 Military: from G10 to Titanium, 15 years of excellence.

At the occasion of the release of the Military Ti C36 which is some kind of superb hybrid: 80% Sal Glesser and 20% Chris Reeve, I have digged in my archives to find and reedit the loooooong review we made with Fred Perrin back…

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