robynhurt


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mdub707 wrote:Does anyone have any useful info about this knife? Is it a decent knife?



Found better quality knives at Cabelas for only about $10 more.

blt2589


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Dman27 wrote:http://www.amazon.com/SOG-Specialty-Knives-Tools-AU03-N/product-reviews/B0037H29VQ/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

Horrible reviews... and this SOG is made in CHINA along with everything else these days



Horrible reviews? There are 2 at the link you posted. Come on now! And the first one admitted he's hardly used it.
I have a folding SOG knife and I love it. I've had it for years. It's a replacement for the one I lost. So I guess my only complaint is that it doesn't follow you home.

lparsons42


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mrfishwhiskers wrote:Perfect for those occassions when you need to butter unruly toast.



Now if I can just get something for toasting unruly butter, I'll be all set!

pkim0126


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my avatar is weird....

cobraman61


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cobraman61 wrote:Yes so when Sanda shows up,you can cut up one of the raindeer,for dinner.



Santa that is

jamcracker


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is this compatible with chicken?

auggie46


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huh? W&^%$T&^%$F

is this assassin.woot.off

wootmeharder


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That's not a knife....

Now THAT'S a knife....


yeah..it really doesn't work as well without the visuals I guess...

taffhill


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be better off with a cheap kukri,than a crappy cuteau.......just trying my alliteration

pointforpoke


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hmm
should I buy this knife so I am fully prepared to open my Burgandy Olfactory Center when it arrives (because, I will get one ;))

but then what will i use to open my knife?!

vandyman420


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wonder when the Burgandy Olfactory Center is coming up..

mikurubeam


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Send one of these to Gordon Ramsay.

~Siggy Iggy~

yyz903


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alpayton wrote:Weapons for Christmas!!



YAY! Our house too!

Bundle of Corn 11/9/11

skildude


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Nice blade but illegal in the state of Texas. anything blade over 4.5 inches is illegal to own or sell here.

smoovew


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Can't say for sure but it doesn't look like it's full tang. Looks kinda chincy.

panthiest


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blt2589 wrote:Horrible reviews? There are 2 at the link you posted. Come on now! And the first one admitted he's hardly used it.
I have a folding SOG knife and I love it. I've had it for years. It's a replacement for the one I lost. So I guess my only complaint is that it doesn't follow you home.



Not all SOG knives are equal quality.

mausershake


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in for 1! gonna cut christmas trees with this!

alpayton


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deals.woot! appears to be gone (500-ed). I hope this doesn't portend problems for woot! this afternoon...

RomeoJN


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panthiest wrote:That sharpener looks like it would be painful to use....

Is there some trick to working with one that small?



It's only for sharpening the serrations, not the entire blade (although it could probably do in a pinch). If you've never tried to sharpen a serrated knife before, you can't use a standard whet stone.

mxtobias


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I would have a problem if they were used!

taffhill


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I wonder if "seal black" is just the color?

Cant imagine real deal seals using this cheap Chinese attempt at weaponry

donman77


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Dman27 wrote:http://www.amazon.com/SOG-Specialty-Knives-Tools-AU03-N/product-reviews/B0037H29VQ/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

Horrible reviews... and this SOG is made in CHINA along with everything else these days



One useless one-star review, and one decent three-star review == "horrible"?

overdesigned


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One for me, one for my brother's Christmas gift. Excellent.

micht1986


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Nguyenforthewin wrote:I'm in for one only if it is Bear Grylls approved.



It's not. He has his own line he'd like to approve first.

blt2589


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panthiest wrote:Not all SOG knives are equal quality.



Since I have no experience with newer ones, then I'll not argue. And I will say I agree with whomever said it looks chincy. Is that even how you spell chincy?

ajswoot1


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re: not a good dive knife

thanks! good tip

fmp031000


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at least it will work on your mac...

MagiCarty


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Skip it.

panthiest


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RomeoJN wrote:It's only for sharpening the serrations, not the entire blade (although it could probably do in a pinch). If you've never tried to sharpen a serrated knife before, you can't use a standard whet stone.



Ah, makes sense. I've never tried sharpening a serrated knife, but I can't imagine having that stick would give me the will to do it :P

inkycatz


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alpayton wrote:deals.woot! appears to be gone (500-ed). I hope this doesn't portend problems for woot! this afternoon...



Nah. They're on it.

I'm just hanging out, really.

grishfish55


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Dear Woot,
Please begin selling things that people buy fast, so I can get my Bag of Coal, and not look at a picture of a knife all day.
Grishfish

kevito


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People sure are xenophobic when it comes to their items of overcompensation.

MagiCarty


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teenracer6 wrote:I cant imagine why they would sell this if it had a law against it.



There's lots of things in the world that you can purchase and posses, but not carry on your person.

jmackinac


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skildude wrote:Nice blade but illegal in the state of Texas. anything blade over 4.5 inches is illegal to own or sell here.



Odd. The rest of the world's impression of Texas is the hypocracy between religion and filandering and strip clubs, while there is lawlessness of shoot-outs between bar patrons on their way to a nightly bbq at the electric chair. So a 4.5in blade is illegal there? Wow.

alpayton


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inkycatz wrote:Nah. They're on it.


Thx inky, good to know!

micht1986


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MagiCarty wrote:There's lots of things in the world that you can purchase and posses, but not carry on your person.



In GA at least it has to be shorter than 4" or else you need a concealed weapons permit.

johnlafreniere


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How 'bout blood?

harley1858


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I can't get on the Bag of Coal game. Slow satellite internet I guess. Wish I had a Sog knife to speed it up.

coreyking


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Propaghandi wrote:Great stabbing action. Very clean slices on human flesh and the serrated edge saws through small wrist bones rather easily.



what the......

mrmessma


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remirol wrote:Well, the mechanics on this aren't hidden in the ball, the canister probably won't get clogged, and it's not a refurb. Better than recent Woots by a lot.



Excellent post!