CJRB Briar Folding Knife
CJRB Briar Folding Knife
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If you like slim and effective folding knives, the Briar from CJRB is right up your alley. Made with a 3.7-inch D2 blade, this agile folder is able to get into tight spaces with pinpoint accuracy Read More
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hoffman
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Jan 23, 2020
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Great knife for the price
I received the item 3 days ago. Fastest delivery ever, 3 days from US west coast to central England. I really like the knife. Blade well centred, flipper opens blade easily without any friction. I ordered the carbon fibre version. Sharp out of the box. I have never had a carbon fibre handle knife before so a I am a bit biased in a way because because the handle feels great in the hand. What one gets for the price, this knife is a steal.
Jan 23, 2020
randomlyerratic
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Jan 23, 2020
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Value. Price/Quality. Value
I would have to say, this is the most expensive knife I've paid for. I believe it is also the highest grade metal I've owned. Although, I don't have fancy expensive equipment to make sure it is D2. That being said. This knife has the smoothest action out of all the folding knives I own. I am sad to report that the majority of knives I own are Kershaw, and only their knives with 8cr13mov. Compared to the Kershaws, this knife blows them out of the water. In "action", feel, looks, design, and (I hope I don't jinx myself by saying this) durability. The flipper tab is protruding enough for a good solid placement of your finger. The action of the blade extending is smooth and feels faster, with less actuating force than my Kershaws'. Although the liner lock does require a bit more force than the Kershaws'. The feel of the blade is smooth and I love the finish. The scales on the G-10 handle feel pretty "grippy". I have yet to experiment with various liquids to see the extent of the traction it retains with each. The knife is really light, especially compared to my Kershaws'. Although, that might not be a fair comparison, as their handles are all metal and not G-10. They are also generally an 1/8-1/4 inch wider? thicker? I love the look of this knife. It is sleek and feels comfortable in my hands. THe design is simplistic and understated. As if the company lets the knife speak for itself as to the quality. Not much flash, and tons of function. The only problem I see with this knife is the limited placement for the clip. It is only tip up, left and right hand. I do believe that it has a lanyard hole(but I'm not positive). There is a "spacer" near the clip that has a hole in it. This spacer is a good 1/8th of an inch away from the blade when the knife is closed. Which leads me to believe that you could use a lanyard with this knife, as long as the lanyard material is fairly thin. Most of the Kershaw knives I have are damaged in some way. I have two that have the heads of screws stripped out(even when I used their brand named tool). One also has a couple of nicks in the blade. I don't plan on abusing this knife, but I hope the metal and build quality is higher. *crosses fingers*.
Jan 23, 2020
JediJon
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Jan 19, 2020
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Nice Carbon Fiber
Finally recieved the knife today. I splurged the extra 3 bucks for the carbon fiber model, and it was 3 bucks well worth it. It looks and feels nice. Everything is centered proper. The action on the flipper is smooth and it locks in place perfect. No wobbles, dents, Knicks, spurs, or any type of blemish at all. Blade was sharp out the box. Overall a super clean looking knife with a very agile blade, and doesn't weigh down your pocket.
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Jan 19, 2020
Rsinz_1
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Dec 11, 2019
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Meh...
Aesthetically pleasing to the eye. The opening and closing of the knife was smooth. However, when I used the knife to cut open double-walled cardboard box. The tip broke! How?
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Dec 11, 2019
Jeffrr70
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Dec 3, 2019
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Decent quality
Overall seems well made but the screws on the pocket clip backed out and I lost 1 of them, not sure how to get a replacement
Dec 3, 2019
Looking4deals
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Dec 10, 2019
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If you can not get a reply from the company, you might think about a knife makers supply store like alpha,jantz,usaknifemaker, or you could go to mcmaster carr.
Dec 10, 2019
Jeffrr70
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Dec 10, 2019
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Thanks, I'll try that
Dec 10, 2019
LetoAtreides
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Nov 9, 2019
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Great for an inexpensive knife
Bought for fishing and happy with size and shape.
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Nov 9, 2019
Le_TAZ_7
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Nov 9, 2019
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Excellent Home Knife
I use it at home ans I don't regret. The opening is a little hard but unfailed. The D2 blade is strong but thin as I need for food and meat. I like the grey one because I found it less boring and seems blue on light.
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Nov 9, 2019
PhilippeQuay
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Nov 7, 2019
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excellent
I would wish the same just a little smaller to be a perfect EDC , length closed less than 4"(10 cms)
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Nov 7, 2019
riccitunes
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Nov 7, 2019
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Well Crafted and Reasonably Priced
I'm not a buyer of expensive american made blades, and find that many of the lower priced Chinese knives are superbly crafted with tight tolerances and this one is no exception. Love balance and tapered blade that enables fine cuts.
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Nov 7, 2019
yaz.bel
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Nov 7, 2019
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Qualité à revoir, plaquettes carbone, 1 défectueuse et 1 avec rayures
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Nov 7, 2019
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