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    Great tips, thanks for taking the time to do it!

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    Great techniques demo Iz! I wish I could make the 'anti-batoner's' sit through and watch that just to show how much versatility they remove from their toolbox by foregoing a simple action out of principle. Also provides a wonderful demo of why a fixed blade opens up so many more doors compared to a folder!

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    Only four videos?...hahaha just kiddin bro.
    I enjoyed watching them, thanks for the useful info, it looked like you got a good amount of sparks from the big knife, I like!
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    Great job, Iz. Really informative and well done.

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    Great job on those vids brother! Btw we like your babbling man! Keep up the good work!

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    Great presentation, clear, concise and complete ! Thanks, Iz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgd View Post
    Great techniques demo Iz! I wish I could make the 'anti-batoner's' sit through and watch that just to show how much versatility they remove from their toolbox by foregoing a simple action out of principle. Also provides a wonderful demo of why a fixed blade opens up so many more doors compared to a folder!
    Yeah, I figure this thing might kick up some anti battoners before it's all said and done.

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    Great job on those vids brother! Btw we like your babbling man! Keep up the good work!

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    Thanks Iz

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    Awesome videos Iz! Thank you for taking the time to do these! Looks like the Gen II is working out great too!

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    Great videos, Sir. Thanks for your time...

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