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Brian Tighe and Friends Tighe Fighter, automatic (154CM drop point, Black G-10) and manual (154CM tanto, gray aluminum)
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gchan
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Jan 13, 2021
Love the blade shapes, even if the super grooved handles aren’t my cup of tea. Smooth action?
reswright
3560
Jan 13, 2021
Sealed bearing systems on both. Guillotine drop shut action on the manual, flicks open easily - closing the auto’s kind of like cocking a catapult but man does it fire smooth and hard. I hear you on the scalloping. As an individual, the scalloped finger grooves end up being a very good fit for my hands through several grip styles, and that’s one of the reasons I really dig this knife overall, but I know some folks don’t like it and or it might not be as great a fit for them.
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Those are very unique knives
Lots of detail in the handle, hardware, and clip. With your extensive collection, do you have a favorite blade shape or knife model?
reswright
3560
Jan 13, 2021
The absolute favorite... depends on the day. The Tighe Fighter would be one. The Benchmade Griptilian and Osborne 940, the Hogue Doug Ritters, the Spyderco Manix 2, and the Emerson Wave PM2, the Real Steel Harrier and Griffin, the Quiet Carry IQ, the Emerson Vindicator, the Fox 479, my Rike M3, my Drop Ochs Orca if I feel spiffy, maybe a couple others... the Drop Zinker Dogtooth, the TwoSun Dynamo... ask me tomorrow and I might change a few. Just going by which is in my pocket most days overall? It’s the M3. That knife slaps.
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