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Finally retired my folding knife (Cold Steel Rajah III) as my yard work carry knife in favor of this new LionSteel H1. It is a Tommaso Rumici design with a 3.25” blade and green canvas micarta scales. Between the micarta and the finger ring .... don’t think my old hands will be dropping this one as often as I did the Cold Steel!!!

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Comment by Dennis Hibar on January 24, 2022 at 3:31

Yes it is.  And for a small knife, it is very comfortable in hand.  I chose this one for my new yard work carry because of the versatility of the sheath and the ring.  With my pinky finger in the ring, I can drop the knife from my grip and still use my hand temporarily, then swing the knife back up to use it.  No more fumbling with a folding knife .... opening it, putting it down and then picking it back up again!


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Comment by dead_left_knife_guy on January 23, 2022 at 16:11

Dennis, this is an incredible looking knife!  Isn't this the knife that has one piece of Micarta milled out so there's no seam from the scales on the finger side of the handle?  I've had a thing for karambits recently, but really like karambits that use blades other than hawkbills.  (I know that hawkbill really helps with hooking, but if I'm ever in a situation where that matters, I'm hosed no matter what, so...)

Did you happen to watch the video Jan posted for the Spartan-Ronin Ring Folder (under the "What's New? SHOT Show 2022" post)?  The comfort Tu Lam has with a ringed knife is just incredible -- looked scary to me, & I play with live-blade balisongs. :/  

Comment by Dennis Hibar on December 30, 2021 at 3:40

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