All I saying is that you have to look around. You can get quality knives made with good materials, but you can also pay the same price for a piece of junk.I've always liked spyderco, they seem to be priced fairly
I have heard your argument before, listened to it all the time. His argument was he wanted really good knives but could not afford them. but he could afford a Harbor Freight belt sander and a very Cheap band saw. a few years later (12) he had honed his skills and now is very proficient at his job.
Moral of Story: if you don't have a plan to fix it or a way then stop complaining about it.
Are those belt sanders available under $20?
I have a question, why do people buy crazy expensive microtechs? From what I hear they have pretty much no warranty coverage ( am I misinformed?).
JDBA # 101
"whoever said the pen was mightier than the sword, obviously never encountered automatic knives and balisongs"
Its raining 155mm ICM
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