FS: CRK (L) Sebenza 25

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  1. DirtySouth

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    I am putting up for grabs a large Chris Reeve Sebenza 25 that isn't getting much use. It has been carried some and has seen light use, but otherwise well taken care of. I have the box, docs, sticker, etc... $345 shipped insured and tracked.

    Will consider a partial trade such as a CR 2.5, PR4 or other interesting trades.

    I can get additional pics for anyone needing them.

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    Beautiful knife @DirtySouth ... Buy with complete confidence, Tommy is a stand up guy, and straight a straight shooter!
     
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    Thanks for the plug Mike. It is a nice knife, I just don't carry it enough to justify and need to raise some funds for a new camera.
     
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    Bump with a price drop to $345 shipped.
     
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    What's the difference between this and the 21?

    ETA: I decided to do some research and found the differences. Thickness, finger groove, and dual thumb studs.
     
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    The jist of it, it is more of heavier duty knife with more solid lock up, along with the differences you found. That's not saying the 21 is a slouch and/or weak, it's just more of a classic gentleman's knife.
     

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