You all are going to force my cameraman out of retirement!
/calls The Dibble
My pics suck.... Coops are much better, its the green one....
The other one is en route... apparently it is either this knife, or the identical twin.
Either way, I am lovin it....
BigMark: that satin finish combo is some sick shit.....
Last edited by Buffalohump; 03-21-2009 at 04:35 AM.
Here are some better pix of my Q-36.
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These are some awesome knives. Thanks for the pics. TheKnifeCollector, are the carbon fiber scales on your Q36 striated as well? Great knife.
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Thanks Mr.LaBella. I swear the cf look striated in the pics. I was curious since it seems like it's not an easy thing to do with cf (perhaps not possible?). At any rate, beautiful knives. Thanks for sharing the great pics.
Kublai: Actually, the C/F scales on RNST's Q are striated-You are correct, sir!
The striating on the scales is done at the same time as the bolsters-they are run as pairs so that I end up with perfectly matched sets of scales and bolsters. The striations are very fine, and in the case of the woven C/F, they become hard to see because of the weave of the material. Also, when I buff the handles, it tends to knock down the striations a bit as the C/F is softer than the titanium.
But, compared to polished C/F, the wet grip is much better.
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