Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by Stim, Sep 8, 2016.
I really want that Manix!
It’s a great knife for sure. I’d sell it to you but this is the only folding knife I own that I carry. Sold my collection last year. This one is a true Every Day Carry
I love my PM2, but I’ve had my eyes on a Manix with g10 scales for a good while! Soon!
I miss my PM2’s.
Still one of my top 3 folders. Absolutely love this knife.
I wish I never got rid of mine.
I'm not sure which part of that is sharp, but I guarantee i'd hurt myself playing with it.
Great conversation starter when you use it to crack a cold one I own a couple of these. One lives in my wallet full time. Not something I'd rely on as a primary tool, but has proven handy on a few occasions. I used to work in retail and it sufficed when I lost my box-cutter knife. Essential to sharpen them...out of the box they have a crap edge. My opinion is the manufacturers try to put too many features and it does no one thing really well, but then it is just a trade-off tool. Earliest model I have ever seen is a VN war-era tool called a WAL-E-HAWK, and had a large edge for modding into a hatchet or `hawk, and was magnetized...you suspended it from a piece of twine and it'd slowly turn and give you a magnetic north. Personally, I'd do away with the wrenches, bottle open, and highly polish one side for a signaling device, more cutting edge, and magnetize it. A good 90 for scraping a ferro rod too. I think they have potential as a concept but no one has brought it to decent fruition. I used to groundskeep at a Courthouse and found a lot of these in the planters, where people dumped them when turned away by the guards who metal detected them.