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Surefire Delta folder

This is a discussion on Surefire Delta folder within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by 1Zach1 Uhh.. .., Ti is more ductile then steel. Oops! You are right!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Zach1
    Uhh...., Ti is more ductile then steel.
    Oops! You are right!


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    Looks like a great knife to pack in my bunker gear, but certainly not at $425. If it were in the $100-$150 range, it'd definately be a possibility.
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    $425? Pessos?
    It doesn't even look that spiffy.

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    Slick, but I'm going to stick to my Strider SnG.
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    don't knock it till you've tried one

    I have been carrying the Delta for a few months now. At first I thought that it was too big, but now I love it. The blade is virtually indestructable. All of the features work as described. I own a precision welding shop and this knife gets the **** beat out of it everyday.

    Worth every penny!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJP9
    Can that knife slash prices?


    I don't know, but you should be a comedian.
    For that money I could get the Spyderco Civilain I've been drooling over for 6 years and a few more leathermans, never buy a Gerber multitool, I've broken 3 pulling nails out of tires....

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    It's got to be the window breaker! That always drives the price up!!!

    I hope they made a lot of them. In three years, you'll be able to pick them up at flea markets for about $20 when they can't sell them and dump them as remainders.

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    How many custom knife makers make folders for a whole lot more? I can name two or three. Seems if its a limited run by a custom maker then why arnt we trashing the other knife makers?

    But I do have to admit, I wish I was richer, so I could buy it.

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    Sonic -- I am sure you are kididing. These knives won't be on clearance at CDNN. Look at the success of the Alpha and Bravo folders -- they aren't sitting on any of them...

    Again, its a very limited production unit from a master knife designer. Its not for everyone, but its not an unheard of price range either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDGator
    Sonic -- I am sure you are kididing. These knives won't be on clearance at CDNN. Look at the success of the Alpha and Bravo folders -- they aren't sitting on any of them...

    Again, its a very limited production unit from a master knife designer. Its not for everyone, but its not an unheard of price range either.
    Yep. I was kidding, just don't know how to make the smileys work in the instant reply?

    I would love to have one, myself, but the price is a little more than my budget would allow. I really like Surefire products and have bought one of their E2d flashlights. Convincing my wife that a hundred bucks is a real deal on a very small flashlight should have won me an Oscar! I have to be very picky about the sequel to that performance.

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    just don't know how to make the smileys work in the instant reply?
    Sonic - unless you have learned the code for a smilie you want - best to go ''advanced'' so as to have them handy
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    I came across this forum while searching for some reviews/discussion on the surefire delta knife

    I saw 5 pages on the topic so I though great I will join!

    50 posts and the only thing you have all established is that the knife is expensive

    Is there some kind of point system or karma system here that would explain why people feel itís necessary to repeat the same thing for 5 pages?

    Point made. The Surefire Delta is unreasonably priced

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    If you do not like this forum I can help ya find the door. If you choose to stay , you might find this site a reasonable, helpful place to discuss and learn useful insight.
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    seriously, though, that knife is pretty damn expensive...

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    Thanks Jah perhaps you know of other knives that have similar specs as the SF delta but at a cheaper price?

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