|April 24th, 2012, 04:41 AM||#17|
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Ellensburg, WA
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|January 17th, 2015, 02:52 AM||#19|
Join Date: Jan 2015
You will find the Kershaw Barrage to be a much more useful blade. However, I would STAY AWAY from the serrated version. The serrations take up valuable cutting edge, and are much more difficult to keep sharpened. Plus, unless you plan on continually cutting fibrous material (rope, muscle, burlap, etc.), the fine edge cuts much better than the serrations anyway. I believe that most people get knives with serrations because they "look cool". I know that I was guilty of that when I first started collecting knives.
Last edited by fadetoblack73; January 17th, 2015 at 03:36 AM.
|January 17th, 2015, 03:37 AM||#20|
Join Date: May 2014
Location: Sanford, NC
Had a Kershaw for years, loved it. I think it is the only knife I ever lost. For at least the last 10 years, it has been a Buck in my pocket. All stainless steel, assisted opening. When the action starts gumming up and slowing down a little, I leave it in my pocket for a wash, add one drop of 3 in 1 oil.....good to go for another 6 months! I have no intention of ever buying another knife!
|January 17th, 2015, 03:57 AM||#21|
Join Date: Jul 2014
Location: Mobile, AL
Cold Steel makes some nice and affordable blades. I carry the Code 4 with the tanto point blade and LOVE it.
Between SOG and Kershaw, though, I would have to give the edge (pun intended) to Kershaw.
|October 3rd, 2015, 12:07 PM||#22|
Join Date: Apr 2012
Have both, (SOG Flash, several Kershaws), like both. That said, Kershaw offers a little more bang for the buck. MHO you understand.
|October 3rd, 2015, 02:11 PM||#23|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: West Palm Beach, Florida
I am very pleased with 2 SOG Aegis knives.
Edges stay sharp and the opening mechanism is is excellent.
|October 3rd, 2015, 02:13 PM||#24|
Join Date: Sep 2006
I have an SOG Twitch, I absolutely hate it, I have NEVER carried it, whoever thought up the idea of putting a plain aluminum handle on a knife should be shot, you can't get a good grip on it when its dry, just imagine trying to use it with wet hands.
I later got a SOG Flash II, it is my every day carry. I really like the blade release on that model, and its shaped so you can get a good hold on the knife, only downside is that its a bit bulky. Mine has no serrations on the blade, which I prefer, easier to sharpen.
I also have one of the Kershaw Ken Onion design knives, very ergonomic, not as bulky as the Flash II. Mine has a partially serrated blade, and the blade release isn't quite as convenient as the Flash II, the advantages are the ergonomics are exceptional and it isn't as bulky as my Flash II.
The main reason why the Flash II is my every day carry is the unserrated blade, which I prefer.
|October 3rd, 2015, 06:07 PM||#25|
Join Date: Sep 2015
Location: los angeles
Kershaw Skyline for light duty.
I didn't like the look much compared to my Benchmades and Spydercos but
it is so light in the pocket. The G10 grips nicely. And affordable.
For a little heavier action I like the Spyderco Tenacious.
Or my another fav of mine - the Kershaw Strobe.
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