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Open Range-19 wrote:::tu::
Yep, they are capable and satisfactory for a variety of tasks. All I've gotten exhibit good walk and talk and have the relatively stout pull I like in a traditional slip joint folder for camp craft, to dress game or fire making.
QTCut5 wrote:Although I liked the Stainless Steel Wharncliffe blade and the acorn shield, something about the #99 Wall Street just didn't call to me when it was first released...I prefer graceful curves & rounded bolsters and the #99 frame looked too square and blocky.
But, when I found this one with Burnt Orange bone covers that have a Winterbottom-like appearance, I decided to go ahead and pull the trigger.
Very glad I did, too. This Wall Street is a great knife. I was pleasantly surprised at how slim it is, not "blocky" at all. A very well-made knife.
FarSide wrote:I was fortunate and received one that the lockup was solid in all directions. How is yours?
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