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This is a discussion on Tiny Boker Poker within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by ront I just have to say that Daywalker is one of the nicest guys I have ever met on the web. A ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ront View Post
    I just have to say that Daywalker is one of the nicest guys I have ever met on the web. A year or so ago, I was looking for one of the Subcom F knives when they were first coming out. I know Daywalker from over on the Spyderco forums. It was not long before I received this little guy in my mail box. These are really great little knives!!

    Ron











    Mahalo Ron,

    Whoa...haven't seen one of THOSE in a LONG time! That is a 1st Generation SUBCOM F, while it still used 420J2 and flew under the Magnum line!!!

    Hang onto that one...it's become a collectible.

    God bless and thanks for the kind words sir!


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    It is going nowhere:).

    Ron
    Shine on...
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    S&W M&P15 Sport;
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    What a great thing to see a CLB thread over at these forums. The Subcom folders have been a favorite since their anticipated release, and if you take the time to further explore the CLB line, you will find that DAYWALKER is an ingenious designer.

    Since others are showing pics, here’s a couple of mine:















    People are doing a lot of cool mods with these knives. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the CLB line.

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    SWEET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ron
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    S&W M&P15 Sport;
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    I thought you'd already seen those Ron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theghostrider View Post
    I thought you'd already seen those Ron.
    I probably have, but it sure does not hurt the eyes to look at them again. When you get my age, everything starts to look like something you have never seen before:).

    Thanks, Ron
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    Quote Originally Posted by ront View Post
    I probably have, but it sure does not hurt the eyes to look at them again. When you get my age, everything starts to look like something you have never seen before:).

    Thanks, Ron
    LOL. Oh boy, then I'm really in trouble since it seems that's been happening for the last five.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theghostrider View Post
    I thought you'd already seen those Ron.
    I know I have...

    Can it be???
    "...at least believe upon the miracles themselves...
    And I will do whatever you ask in my Name, so that the Son may bring glory to the Father" - Jesus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daywalker View Post
    I know I have...

    Can it be???
    If your thinking what I think your thinking, then yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theghostrider View Post
    If your thinking what I think your thinking, then yes.
    !!! Good to see YOU again bro!

    God bless ya!
    "...at least believe upon the miracles themselves...
    And I will do whatever you ask in my Name, so that the Son may bring glory to the Father" - Jesus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ront View Post
    These are really great little knives!!
    That they are. I've had my lil Boker Poker long enough for the new toy joy to have worn off, but handling it yesterday I was once again amazed at the rock solid grasp I had on it. As good or better than the grip on any of my full sized knives. The SubCom seems to mate to my hand becoming a little a razor sharp extension of my hand. Handy little sucker holds its edge well

    Hi Chad, Yes same LongRider here as there, left a couple of questions for you there the other day
    Quote Originally Posted by Daywalker View Post
    As for using those "round pocket hones", they work okay. I got a Smith's Tapered Diamond Rod for when I need a toothy edge,
    That was what I was thinking of but a fine one, or even a ceramic. My SubCom holds it's edge very well and only needs a rare touch up probably not even that but I am anal about keeping a razor edge on any knife that may be used for SD. I was never going to use the SubCom cept as a money clip and my weapon of last resort. Cut em when I hand over the cash but it is such a handy lil bugger it's coming out all the time for one task or another. I forget I have other knives on me

    I use fine sandpaper on my convex blades. Sharpening with really fine sand paper laid on top of a thick piece of leather works fine on a SubCom to touch it up before hitting the strop. Actually only used sandpaper on it once to get the convex edge, Stropping the SubCom few times with some rouge touches her up just fine now. Posted an article I found on how to sharpen a convex blade on the Knife Sharpening thread
    Convex Sharpening The BRKCA Way.
    It is the best article I have found on the subject better than I can explain it
    I can not imagine using sandpaper on SubClaw.
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