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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13644918 03/10/19
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Because you are a retard and can't see with your own dam eyes that the prices of Spyderco knives are relatively in line with BenchMade! No one can help you, you are lost. It isn't my job to convince you of chit. Clearly your reading isn't so great! In my post I clearly wrote for some people BenchMade's warranty and Lifesharp are important. Personally I take ownership when I break a product that has nothing to do with material or manufacturing defects. However Once I was in BenchMades facilities and had a knife on me that did have a chipped point. I took it to the window where they do the Lifesharp and said to the guy I know it is chipped and the pocket clip is missing, but seeing I am here you can sharpen it. The replaced the blade and the clip. I think that is pretty good customer service. Benchmade also gives my types a nice discount plus OR has no sales tax. So when I am in town and I see a knife I like and want to buy, I buy it. As for stripping wires I understand you have zero mechanical ability. Yeah I am a LW type guy, you know so much about me. Bottomline is you made a false statement and backed that statement up with two companies that I gave you the answers on. But you are not smart enough to get it. Sorry but blame your parents not me.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: MontanaCreekHunter] #13645199 03/11/19
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Originally Posted by MontanaCreekHunter
Because you are a retard and can't see with your own dam eyes that the prices of Spyderco knives are relatively in line with BenchMade! No one can help you, you are lost. It isn't my job to convince you of chit. Clearly your reading isn't so great! In my post I clearly wrote for some people BenchMade's warranty and Lifesharp are important. Personally I take ownership when I break a product that has nothing to do with material or manufacturing defects. However Once I was in BenchMades facilities and had a knife on me that did have a chipped point. I took it to the window where they do the Lifesharp and said to the guy I know it is chipped and the pocket clip is missing, but seeing I am here you can sharpen it. The replaced the blade and the clip. I think that is pretty good customer service. Benchmade also gives my types a nice discount plus OR has no sales tax. So when I am in town and I see a knife I like and want to buy, I buy it. As for stripping wires I understand you have zero mechanical ability. Yeah I am a LW type guy, you know so much about me. Bottomline is you made a false statement and backed that statement up with two companies that I gave you the answers on. But you are not smart enough to get it. Sorry but blame your parents not me.



I acknowledged that spyderco does sell some expensive knives, but they have many under $100 or less. I have a benchmade catalog here and the lowest price pocket knife is $115. Many other USA made brands in the pacific northwest like buck and leatherman offer similar warranties with products at many price points.

A person shouldn't buy products for the warranty. You can get a lifetime warranty and two ginzhu knives at once if you buy warranty.

Wire stripping with a knife doesn't fly at a oem manfacturing plant because it leads to quality problems later. My guys know what they are doing, but its the customers mechanics using poor techniques that create wire issues later.

Have you noticed I have not resorted to name calling with you and only question some of your methods of repair? You're backed into a corner and cant come out with a logical fact based argument so you resort to name calling. Very childish.


Yea... you're a LW person and cant hold back.

Sorry for your loss.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13646001 03/11/19
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I am in no corner. Comparing Buck quality to BenchMade only proves my point of your total lack of knowledge.

Funny you say resorted from name calling. Did you forget what you just wrote or are you just really that dumb. I guess we know now it wasn't just an act.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: MontanaCreekHunter] #13646894 03/11/19
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Originally Posted by MontanaCreekHunter
I am in no corner. Comparing Buck quality to BenchMade only proves my point of your total lack of knowledge.


Are you comparing a $25-$40 Buck to a $150 Benchmade?


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: MOGC] #13646949 03/11/19
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Originally Posted by MOGC
Originally Posted by MontanaCreekHunter
I am in no corner. Comparing Buck quality to BenchMade only proves my point of your total lack of knowledge.


Are you comparing a $25-$40 Buck to a $150 Benchmade?


I am not but he is.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13647344 03/11/19
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Buck Custom Shop 110's are top quality materials and very well put together. Different genre of knives and uses but quality, fit and finish are very comparable between those CS 110 Bucks and upper end Benchmades.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: humdinger] #13647404 03/11/19
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Originally Posted by humdinger


I acknowledged that spyderco does sell some expensive knives, but they have many under $100 or less.



So does Benchmade.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: MOGC] #13647408 03/11/19
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I like Buck knives........ grin

Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: FieldGrade] #13648314 03/12/19
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Originally Posted by FieldGrade
I like Buck knives........ grin



They have a place in the Market. I am not a fan, but they work.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: MontanaCreekHunter] #13648388 03/12/19
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Originally Posted by MontanaCreekHunter
Originally Posted by FieldGrade
I like Buck knives........ grin



They have a place in the Market. I am not a fan, but they work.


I was just stirring the pot wink but the truth is it's nostalgia as much as anything else for me..

While I've moved on to other knives I grew in an era where Buck locking folders were king so I'll always have a soft spot for their knives.

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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13648399 03/12/19
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Second knife I ever owned was a Buck. First was a Swiss Army.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: MontanaCreekHunter] #13648457 03/12/19
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My first was a Camillas Barlow (which I still have) and the second was a Buck locking folder.

The Barlow was good design IMO but that Camillas was a poor example.
I didn't have a clue back then though and carried it proudly for years. LOL

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I love the Barlow though would rather have it made by one of my favorite custom makers.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: MontanaCreekHunter] #13649060 03/12/19
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My dad gave it to me and I was glad to have it.

It's hard to afford a custom on a ten year old's allowance in the late 50's. smile

Here's a nicer example of a Barlow I picked up at a yard sale several years ago. I like single blade pocket knives and it said Sheffield on the blade so I bought it without knowing anything about it and boy was I surprised after I did some digging. It was made by Christopher Johnson & Co., Sheffield, England in the 40's or 50's and it's still so tight it'll take a finger off if you aren't careful closing it. IIRC I paid $20 for it...even a blind hog eh?

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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13649719 03/12/19
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That is a great find! I'll give you $40.00 for it. You doubled your money! smile


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13649815 03/12/19
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I really like my Buck Spitfire with S30V steel.

Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13787230 05/01/19
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Because of this Benchmade anti gun stuff, I stopped carrying my Benchmade 485-171 VALET with homemade smoother higher thumb nut and longer clearance lower frame... and bought a Spyderco Manix 2 G-10 Dark Blue S110V Plain Edge with pink duck tape added so I can find it.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13787469 05/02/19
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I'm going to a gun auction on Saturday morning. It's put on by the local Sheriff's Department. All guns are prior confiscated weapons from crimes and some of their carry guns.

Once again, Oregon shows how [bleep] stupid they are.


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Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13787568 05/02/19
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Originally Posted by Steelhead
I'm going to a gun auction on Saturday morning. It's put on by the local Sheriff's Department. All guns are prior confiscated weapons from crimes and some of their carry guns.

Once again, Oregon shows how [bleep] stupid they are.


That's awesome. Should just be the common sense thing to do but now a day's I generally consider common sense practiced as awesome....sad that I think like that.

Re: Benchmade destroys guns [Re: Steelhead] #13788605 05/02/19
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I’m still scratching my head about why anyone cares about this. If someone killed a relative of mine with a gun, I’d rather it be destroyed than resold to someone else.

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