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Grail knives! Oh my. Now I am going to be dreaming of knives and all the possibilities ALL NIGHT LONG!!! However, for me, one name comes to mind. Johnny Stout. Thank goodness I can continue to dream!
I just new it! All night long I was dreaming of grail knives! What's a fella to do? Hope someone is lucky enough to convince Santa to drop by with a grail!
Sounds like some great dreams being had over here.
Keep the mind open and you never know! I have seen grail dreams come true and will be sharing a story soon!
Grail knife.... So many options out there. For me? Benchmade 940-1 Osborne
Realistically, of the knives on my gift list, I'm hoping I'll be receiving either the Kershaw Camp 10 or the Kershaw Link with blue aluminum scales. Not grail knives in the larger sense of the term -- but I'll be uying that Camp 10 if I don't receive it as a gift. Then it will get its first use processing our Christmas tree for the fire pit. This will be January in Minnesota, so it should be a decent test for the knife. And from what I have read, the Camp 10 should be able to handle work in the frigid winter air. I plan to use this knife, & I want to test it at home before relying on it far away from home.
(The Camp 10 will hopefully perform the role I intended for the now discontinued Kershaw Outcast; the Outcast was an incredible knife, but mine had one problem difficult to overcome on a D2 blade -- a primary bevel that was insufficiently acute. While clearly meant to be a knife that could also substitute for an axe, the Outcast didn't perform the knife role nearly well enough. Maybe this was why the Outcast was discontinued.)