Kick springs sticking out past handles

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captn hook
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Re: Kick springs sticking out past handles

Post by captn hook » Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:22 am

Thanks guys for all your input.
Fastr19 that is a great group of knives and I wouldn't mind owning any of them,
even the ones that do protrude. :P
I still think that all else being the same, I would rather they didn't stickout, but
I guess the most important thing is the knife functions properly.
Thanx again,

Mike

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Re: Kick springs sticking out past handles

Post by john » Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:37 am

Spring in or out

I don't mind an outtie: it wouldn't stop me from buying, however, I prefer an innie. Obviously from reading the posts it's personal like or dislike.

fastr19, Cool 8) collection of innies and outties :)

Milu what does your tag line translate to: "se me burlé, me fico un cento e vinti in tel stomego"

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Re: Kick springs sticking out past handles

Post by Milu » Thu Sep 09, 2010 6:02 am

john6553 wrote:Spring in or out


Milu what does your tag line translate to: "se me burlé, me fico un cento e vinti in tel stomego"

John

"Piss me off and I'll stick a 120 in your stomach."

A 120 was a large stiletto like tool used by the artillery for measurement. It was also used as.......a stiletto.
"se me burlé, me fico un cento e vinti in tel stomego"
Goldoni: La donna di Garbo, 1753

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