Browning Single Blade Folding Knives
Very well made nice size to keep clipped on to my pocket.keeps a good edge.only disappointment is when I first opened the blade and saw China on it.i thought Buck moves are all made in America:(
This knife is about 40% larger and heavier than the one that I lost. The photo lead me to believe that the knife was smaller and lighter; thus I was surprised when it arrived in the mail. However, I have decided to keep it and be more careful if/when I again order a knife.
Excellent knife, super sharp, nice blade, would have got 5 stars but the handle seems a little flimsy.
I had a Boker Assisted Open Red Bone Handle The Best Knife I ever owned!
I really like this knife , it is a collectors knife for sure
This is a VERY special knife. I have around 250, it is in my top 3. One minor negative you MAY find. Mine (the blade) had a "fogginess" to it like your breath on glass. I used a super fine automotive polish cloth 2500 grit with semi-chrome metal polish. Worked out the "haze" in about 10 minutes. Fantastic knife, just don't accept yours being a little foggy, it should/will be mirror-like.
Knife is a lot smaller than in pic,haven't used much ,also looks like blade is fake Damascus,maybe real idk
This FH9, as well as others from 'your bench' are wonderful examples of 'loud simplicity.' My only real question : if these are your Scandinavian heritage that you maintain today, why does it read that it is manufactured in Japan, as in 'County of Origin'?
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