Artisan Cutlery Ravine Folding Knife
Artisan Cutlery Ravine Folding Knife
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The Artisan Cutlery Ravine is designed for tough cutting tasks. The somewhat unbalanced shape is weighted towards the blade Read More

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massdrop01
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May 21, 2019
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Where is the point? pun intended
May 21, 2019
14themoney
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May 17, 2019
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MUS, which, when translated is mo' ugly stuff. Or something like that. I have a couple of AC knives that I like like. They look good and the ergos are good. But a lot of AC stuff that shows up here looks like what the dreams of Mall Ninjas are made from, or possibly Cracker Jack Prize rejects. Far be it from me to be that final purchaser that results in this drop happening and many previous potential purchases look back on their decision to purchase this and decide that suicide really should be painless.
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May 17, 2019
reswright
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May 17, 2019
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That grind plus that edge plus that choil where the finger will slip onto the honed edge before it'll slip over the flipper tab, is all a no for me. Seeing these Artisan Cutlery blades everywhere. They all kinda look to me like Eafengrow and Bestech had a weekend fling someplace. Some of them don't look terrible, but with others like this there's something jarring about the design, like the line of that edge vs the angle of the grind, and what it means about the hone angle as you go down the edge. I don't like the logo much either but that's just cosmetic.
May 17, 2019
Tnea0926
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May 16, 2019
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Why does massdrop tell us when a knife is made in USA, Japan, Italy but not when they’re made in China
May 16, 2019
warshipgod
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May 16, 2019
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I want a new straightedge razor, would this work?
May 16, 2019
reswright
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May 17, 2019
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By safety razor I refer to my Edwin Jagger with its double edge Feather blades. They are sill properly called safety razors, if only for the fact that when they were introduced, everyone was still using straight razors. Which quickly became called “cut throat razors” by comparison. Because, well, form follows function. I don’t buy cartridge razor blades because the prices are ridiculous, but I did for years. They work fine as far as I am concerned, they’re just a bad value these days. It all boils down to the individual preference, if you ask me.
May 17, 2019
Kavik
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May 17, 2019
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I assumed that's what you meant, I just wanted branch out and compare to both...that's why I mentioned modern safety razors and DE's. I've owned 3 or 4 old Gillette DE's over the years, just could never get the hang of 'em. Still have one or two kicking around that I try every once in a while, then immediately regret lol I agree though, whatever works for each person's face 👍
May 17, 2019
Joe_turner-uk
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Mar 5, 2019
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My 1 lasted a day before detent ball broke and fell out
Mar 5, 2019
Kavik
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Jan 10, 2019
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Another drop and, sadly, still cheaper elsewhere in all forms 😒 Artisan drops here might actually be worse than the spyderco ones (yes, for US buyers)
Jan 10, 2019
TGP389
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Jan 9, 2019
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I'm wondering why knives like this are all the rage? If I want a meat cleaver or hatchet, I'll carry the real thing. I do own a large Artisan Cutlery tanto, and it's superb. Almost makes me forget my preference for spring assist knives...
Jan 9, 2019
reswright
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May 17, 2019
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Multi blade knives are coming back into fashion. They were cool , then they were old man knives, then dork bait, then I rarely saw them except for Swiss Army knives which always kind of hung in the market. Now I see lots. For a farmer or land steward or forester or someone that has to go to problems to solve them, they’re good kit. For a guy like me, who generally speaking has things brought to him to do or solve, I am usually dealing with problems while also within reach of my tools. I have a Victorinox which I think is somewhere in my closet but might be in the trunk of my car. Haven’t needed to find it. Speaks for itself. for boat knives I don’t need a multi blade. Just give me a decent folder with a marlin spike and I am good. To be honest I sailed for years and fished for years and I never once had to cut through rigging with a knife, but dealing with tight knots was an everyday thing.
May 17, 2019
reswright
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May 18, 2019
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The Spyderco Assist is even more similar to the Mariner, now that I think on it. Probably the closest thing going to it today.
May 18, 2019
NateMPLS
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Dec 15, 2018
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This is $10 more expensive for the G10 D2 versions on some websites. To pay more AND wait for it is a bit too much.
Dec 15, 2018
Kavik
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Dec 15, 2018
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So far only seeing this model on one other site (knifeworks), but heard from a reliable source that it's coming to WhiteMountain soon with discount code LTK But even at full price from KnifeWorks, base model is the same price, higher end models are all cheaper there. Don't know why they keep running these Artisan drops at average retail prices (or above) I'd give this a try around $45 for a group buy price, but I don't know about much more than that. Certainly not waiting a month for average street price, come on 😒
Dec 15, 2018
NateMPLS
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Dec 15, 2018
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Unfortunately, only g10, although both have a decent detent. I have heard certain models have a weaker detent, but I haven't experienced it.
Dec 15, 2018
Kavik
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Dec 15, 2018
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Appreciate the input :) I didn't expect the Eagle to be too risky, considering it's not one of their chunky, heavier blades. But, yeah, still shakes open even after verifying the detent ball fully seats, tightening the pivot, and bending out the lockbar until it's actually a little difficult to release And actually, now that I look again, the Eagle does have jimping on both the flipper tab and the spine, so there may be hope for other models
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Dec 15, 2018
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