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Good, but not a pocket knife,
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This review is from: SOG Revolver SEAL Fixed Blade FX21N-CP - Revolving 4.75" Blade & Saw, Black TiNi, GRN Handle, Nylon Sheath (Tools & Home Improvement)
The knife is good quality and serves its function well. It's sharp and the saw blade is sturdy and can no doubt saw wood or animal bones with no problem. The sheath is ok for occasional use. For some reason I thought both the blade and the saw would fold up into the handle so you could carry it in your pocket. But the blade and the saw are one continuous piece of metal that revolve, and can only be worn in a sheath, or placed in a tool drawer. So keep that in mind. Otherwise it's a handy piece of hardware.
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Initial post: Apr 2, 2012 1:50:11 AM PDT
M. marsden says:
wow, i assumed that as well, what a weird design, thaks for the post
Posted on Aug 20, 2012 10:42:30 PM PDT
Zac Cunningham says:
"But the blade and the saw are one continuous piece of metal that revolve" ... the name of this knife is the REVOLVER. =)
Posted on Oct 11, 2013 5:55:04 PM PDT
A million thanks, I had NO idea a piece of the knife was always going to be sticking out of the handle. It seemed like a pocket knife. I was looking on this knife because the blade had a nice 4.75 inch lenght and had both things I need a knife and a saw! I'm going to take a look again at the Revolver 2.0 to see if it has same design flaw else I will have to look for another one because it HAS to be a pocket knife.
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