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Lion Steel SR-1 Damascus Review


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  1. we are attracted to the shape and form of knives in the same way certain automobiles and women draw our attention…so it's perfectly normal Will, to have these feelings for this knife….don't let yourself be shamed by non-knife persons.┬á BTW i love these older vids of yours on production blades. your take on knives from the perspective of a collector, modifier and full custom builder is always interesting , thorough and mature by virtue of your varied experiences in the hobby/industry´╗┐

  2. Thanks for putting up this vid. It gave a nice look at the knife and some good details. Been thinking of getting one (maybe not as nice as yours) but close. Now I know for sure I will acquire one eventually.

  3. sebastiaan mijnster

    The pivot is also torx!?

  4. Hey Will… Maybe you have the answer to this question. I'm interested in either an SR-1A or a Spyderco Lionspy, There seems to be some ambiguous information out there regarding the clip. Most reviews I see on the SR-1 series indicate the clip on them is reversible for left hand carry. But the Spyderco literature on the Lionspy all says tip up right hand carry. Do you know for sure whether one or both is reversible? Thanks for your help.

  5. I enjoyed your vid. You are very knowledgable about this knife. Thanks.

  6. What is this blade geometry good for exactly? Ah I see, all for looks, there is no coherent thought behind it. It's a feel good key fob.

  7. love the knife. HATE that clip. complete turn off.

  8. I want one NOW! But they sell out quickly. Thanks.

  9. Wow, super sick in Damascus, truly a work of art. If I were to buy one the only cutting it would do is on paper

  10. nice?NO, They're amazing!

  11. Cool knife. The lochsa is hard to get and thus inflated. Directly from Scott its only about 600 so only 100 more than the Sr 1. Considering its a custom its really not bad so the milling of a solid piece of titanium must not bee TOO hard, although still difficult and cool.

  12. @ShredderHippieJB I have a few PRS guitars… mostly I play a Mira and a Custom 24 thru a fender deville and keep a radial plexitube and an MXR carbon copy around for kicks. Mostly just find for me but I used to play in a band.

  13. @ShredderHippieJB I have a few PRS guitars… mostly I play a Mira and a Custom 24 thru a fender deville and keep a radial plexitube and an MXR carbon copy around for kicks. Mostly just find for me but I used to play in a band (until I took an arrow to the knee).

  14. i'm just curious abt ur name; PRSpl4yer; your name tells me your a guy who is into a quality built USA guitar that is second to none; i'd like 2 know what model & also if you would post more vids w/ it?

  15. @squanto9328 Because it's very expensive, about the price of a custom knife, and it doesn't offer much that less expensive knives don't. That said, the damascus is killer and the monoblock construction is awesome, so I gave it medium marks for value.

  16. the extra lock is cool, since in gripping it tightly CAn close the knife with disastrous effects..

  17. @fulie1 Yep, as its aged and I've carried it it's broken in to where it's almost silent now.

  18. There is probably "noise" or friction in the pivot because of the layers of damascus besides being needed to be broken in.

  19. ZippoThisKnifeThat

    Had to comment again.
    Excellent run down!
    Music, review, commentary text.
    Thanks!

  20. ZippoThisKnifeThat

    damn!
    the RD Damascus looks GREAT!

    Love me RD on any knife.
    This knife is far too big for my tastes, but this ones definitley a looker!

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