I'd imagine so. Most of these higher end knife companies will. Odd part wash that it happened in the dishwasher.They will probably send you a free one Dave.
Amazing how something as simple as a pocket knife carries those memories.Pretty cool! I bought that Benchmade in 97 when I started dating the wife. The old timer was a gift from a buddy back in the early 80's.
The conversation in the other thread made me think of this thread. I used to carry a glass breaker/strap cutter on my visor. Not sure why I ever got away from that. I've also had knives with the glass breaker. They will weara hole in your pocket pretty quick. But some food for thought here.
Unusual Suspects: Knives with Glass-BreakersRead: Unusual Suspects: Knives with Glass-Breakers from Patrick Vuong on July 13, 2019 for Recoil.www.recoilweb.com
Thanks, @giles , I never noticed this forum.@Bowhunter57
Try poking around in here. Some quality brands in here. Take that thing you posted and put it in someone's Christmas exchange.
A guy in my platoon had 1 in his truck heavy sombitchThanks, @giles , I never noticed this forum.
I agree with you about the Ugly Stick knife, as far as re-gifting it. It was only $17 at Walmart, but I've got plenty of other good knives that will get the job done.
Here's one that I picked up at our county gun show. It's a Boker Kalashnikov and I've used it for field dressing a couple of deer already and it did quiet a good job.
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Yeah that clip can’t weigh that much
Good customer service ensures that the customer comes back. It’s getting rare these days.Yep, and they sent 2 of them.