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Old 03-04-2005, 09:34 AM   #1
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I am selling this unit and 3 just like it! If you have an interest in knives then this should be up your alley!!

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Old 03-04-2005, 09:43 AM   #2
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The company I work (stop laughing Rempe) for designed this knife for Kershaw.

LINK to their news release.
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Finney...don't hi-jack my promotion!! Let me guess...that knive breaks down in 2 years like your Class 8's do!!
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Old 03-04-2005, 10:07 AM   #4
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That's just not nice...
And they're not my Class 8's. I don't work for them. I work AT a company they own.

I work AT American LaFrance (which is owned by Freightliner(which is owned by DaimlerChrysler))...
I work FOR Engineering Design Consultaints (who designed the knife (made in USA, I might add)).
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Cool! But I thought swtichblades were illegal! What's the dilly? Is it the (tiny sounding) 5 cm blade that makes it ok?
Technically it isn't a true switchblade in its engineering...kind of a modified lockblade...I have one and it does open quickly and smoothly! It a nice knive to have around for utility!

If you've never carried a kinve, you'd be surprised how much it comes in handy on a daily basis!!
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It acts like a switchblade...but technically it's not...right?!?!?
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Got it (and I do mean got it!)

thanks, Greg!
Took me a minuet...What can I say Susan?? A shirt, a knive...you sellin' anything...I'll buy!!
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Hmmmm..2.54 centimeters per inch makes this just under 2 inches long (blade).....
 
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Hmmmm..2.54 centimeters per inch makes this just under 2 inches long (blade).....
Just broke out the tape measure...from tip of steel to base of steel it measures 3 1/4" Trust me...when you open it up it is big enough!!
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Hmmmm..2.54 centimeters per inch makes this just under 2 inches long (blade).....
Just broke out the tape measure...from tip of steel to base of steel it measures 3 1/4" Trust me...when you open it up it is big enough!! [/quote:1wwzrpub]
Well, then it's more than 5 cm long..More like 8.25...
 
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