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Young Blood
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Yep it's a good knife carried one for years in the woods.
 

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Young Blood
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thank you lol some people say its not good i have no clue how they could have made it bad lol
 

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ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒ&
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I own one. Been a great knife! I only wish they made a left handed holster for it...
 

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I own one and used to carry it quite frequently. Was the first good knife I bought. However I've replaced it with a Mora. And soon the Mora is to be replaced with a Leuku and a Kellam Puukko. If they made a full tang (Not stick tang) model of the 119 with a natural handle matireal, Flat ground (NOT HOLLOW GROUND!) blade made of a carbon steel I'd carry it -much- more often.
 

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Got one of those too. Great knife. In fact Ive get a few Buck's and I'm pretty much sold on them. Here's mine, sorry about the crappy pic.
 

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A charming, traditional design. ...costs 80€+ around here.
How are you liking the blade material so far? Is it good stuff?

It really is a looker, and no doubt a great knife for what it's meant to do, but it's not quite versatile* enough to be worth that kind of money for me, personally.

*-The blade is shiny. May be an advantage when scaring away punks but that's about it.
-The sheath would need some DIY improvements for rough terrain use. (At least a leg cord.)
-The handle could get slippy(?) unless some tape or coating is added.
 
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