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Old 05-12-2019, 12:05 PM
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Default D2 Honey Badger - at last!

It looks the calls for a new model with upgraded steel were listened to.
They also included the ability to reverse the pocket clip that can now be switched to left hand carry and a dark red G10 back spacer. For this run they also removed the large finger choil in favor of mare usable blade.

This is the large tan version I may have to also get the medium black one!

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Old 05-20-2019, 7:28 PM
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A recommendation for a large Honey Badger (8Cr13mov) took me down a budget Chinese flippers rabbit hole recently.

Now I have 2 Bestechs (Paladin and Scimitar), 2 Steel Wills (Modus and Cutjack), and a Civivi Wyvern.- All of these are D2, great actions, and I am SHOCKED at the quality, and bang for buck of these knives coming out of China lately.

Guess a medium D2 Honey Badger is next on the list.

These don't have the name recognition factor of my ZT/Spyderco/Benchmades, but they are sure great knives for the money.

I still can't bring myself to spend over $250 for a pocket knife (I'm "the poors"), and I don't even like carrying my $120 Pm2 out of fear of losing it.

These budget blades do everything I need in a EDC blade, and I won't freak out if I lose one.

Wonderful times we are living in.
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Old 05-29-2019, 9:08 PM
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The Honeybadger is maybe the best knife for the money on the market.
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Old 05-31-2019, 10:39 AM
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Can I ask where you got yours? The ones on Amazon seem to still have the finger choil.
Nothing I post here constitutes legal advice, nor can it establish an attorney/client relationship.
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