I thought knives were knives and Stilettos were shoes lol
You guys have some nice blades. Drives me crazy that most good knives cost as much and at times more than a gun.
Best knife I ever owned was a boot knife. Used as a tool, never carried it for defense. Trooper took it from me. Bet he took it all the way home.
I’m not so sure it would work that way. Everyone I know that carries a gun has knives and multiples. I guess not buying guns would give me more money to buy knives but I’m not sure I’d buy many more than what I have now. I’d buy the benchmade infidel but after that not sure I’d buy many more.
Let’s hope we do t have to go there honestly.
yeah, that and I'm not a fan of how they put the word "Microtech " on their pocket clips , plain as day. Its just me, but I'd would rather keep the fact that I'm carrying a Microtech to myself. Should I ever get one, I would have to paint over the clip or get an after market/unmarked one I guess...Just thinking out loud..
Hello I’ll add my 2cents. Microtechs are the benchmark, but benchmark doesnt alway mean the best. A solid choice yes.
I have no photos to add at the moment but maybe I’ll find some later. I’ve owned 3 Benchmade infidels, Microtech scarab, and Microtech ultratec as far as otfs. And a bunch more autos out the side. Currently I dont own any. Wife Carry’s a Keshaw launch 1 or whatever model is the mini.
something you can’t see in photos or videos is how easy or difficult it is to push the button/switch. Infidels are pretty easy/smooth but microtechs are NOT easy to push/switch. Which over a long period of ownership gets kinda irritating just like a hot wife judging you ordering a coke but then still drinks half of it...
if I was to order one right now, hands down it would be Guardian Tactical RECON in the tanto variant. Completely different switch design which allows you to very easily actuate the switch/button. Cheaper then both Microtech and infidels.
I still will one day... just not a priority at the moment
what I hate about most OTFs is the blade is never practical for normal day to day use. I loved the scarab cause it had the width of a normal knife. so the blade geometry/angle was good for normal daily cutting uses like a normal knife.