June 18, 2012
-- Since it’s inception in March of 2011, the driving force behind www.pocketknivesblog.com knife reviewer and blogger, Scott Rauber has been conducting knife reviews with a keen eyes on operating and using flaws.
Recently, Rauber reviewed and graded two, what he scores with “Steel Sahlutes”, knives a perfect “10”. The first was a black Kershaw Leek 1660CKT featuring the Ken Onion Design as well as the SpeedSafe® ambidextrous assisted opening system. In all detailed grading categories this knife scored the “10 Steel Sahlutes!”
In the same month, May 2012, not only a few days later another knife was scored a perfect 10! That knife was a Canal Street Cutlery Tortoise Shell Half Moon Trapper. In one of the categories the knife actually scored 11 Steel Sahlutes which is over the top on the review scale. In the review, even though the knife has yet to be carried, Rauber proclaims, “Carry this knife? Yeah, to bed with me. It’ll have it’s own little pillow and knife blanky.”
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