Carrying a push button stilleto

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sammy the blade
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Re: Carrying a push button stilleto

Postby sammy the blade » Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:13 pm

Fishtail Picklock wrote:These sell out so quickly because they are so good.


I have to agree, you get a lot for your money!
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Re: Carrying a push button stilleto

Postby JulesVane » Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:09 am

Fishtail Picklock wrote:These sell out so quickly because they are so good.

Is there a certain Ganzo model that you prefer, or are all Ganzos recommended?
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Re: Carrying a push button stilleto

Postby sammy the blade » Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:34 am

I personally like the 7211 models but I have all of the autos, maybe not all the colors though.
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Re: Carrying a push button stilleto

Postby Fishtail Picklock » Wed Jan 03, 2018 3:14 am

JulesVane wrote:
Fishtail Picklock wrote:These sell out so quickly because they are so good.

Is there a certain Ganzo model that you prefer, or are all Ganzos recommended?


The steel is good in all of them I prefer a clip point blade for general utility. That's just my preference. I'm somewhat peculiar because I generally enjoy clip or drop point blades. These prove useful because they hold an edge.

The profile of a Bayonet or Dagger stiletto blades do not lend themselves to staying sharp or cutting well. A flat ground on the Italian Stiletto is about as close as you're going to get to a "utilitarian" stiletto blade.

This is why I want to opt for a flat ground clip point blade, traditionally found of the Fishtail Picklock Italian knife.
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