took my new EDC knife on a walk through the wood

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Re: took my new EDC knife on a walk through the wood

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GK, the Swiss Army adopted that model in 2008.
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Re: took my new EDC knife on a walk through the wood

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I like what I’ve been able to see from Cutco. But I have never bought any. The only place I have seen them are county fairs and such. I can’t get past the kids they hire for such events. They know only the script they’ve been taught and use fast talk and high pressure to make a sale.

Get them off script by asking questions and the info well dries up.
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Re: took my new EDC knife on a walk through the wood

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CutCo has good customer service. The handle matrial on the kitchen knives stands up well to repeated use in the dishwasher. An Aunt has had a set of CutCo for somewhere around 40 to 50 years. I am not quite certain. They still look good, but they have been sharpened enough times that it can be noticed. Use a knife and sharpen it, and it will show wear.

Yes, the younger sales people are just selling "something" for a job. I got lucky and found one representative who knows his products. He is the one who told me it is 440A steel.
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Re: took my new EDC knife on a walk through the wood

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Not tactical but I saw one of these and had to get one . My first case knife and I like it so far ,will see how actual use works out.https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/produ ... ocketknife
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Re: took my new EDC knife on a walk through the wood

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It didn't pull up for me. Case does usually make good quality knives.
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Re: took my new EDC knife on a walk through the wood

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Case knives certainly have a well deserved reputation, if I didn't have so many pocket knives I'd definitely get one myself... :mrgreen:
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