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Jeff Park/CRKT Bones/Crossbones Folding Knife Review



17 replies on “Jeff Park/CRKT Bones/Crossbones Folding Knife Review”

hey great info i too am now going for the more sleek gentlemens style i was on the titanium kick for a while nice but in general usually a bit more heft with mens summer style clothing if your not careful you can very easily wind up with your drawers around yer ankles anyway thanks and ill be checking your store for things to come

Syrmna georgia? Ever heard of croy engineering? They are located in Marietta/syrmna. I'd love to get a crossbones with my bosses name ingraved on it

Hey Going Gear! Thanks for taking a look at the Crossbones™ knife. Really enjoyed hearing the history and your introduction to Jeff Park's knives. Really appreciate it!

Love all your vids but carry that custom man! It's a knife and the designer wanted it to be used when he was designing it even if it is very expensive

would love to buy this but Australian customs now test knifes if there 1 handed opening
yet i can order this from main land shops funny that. spent too much on knifes getting seezed to find them online in oz fixed blades only from over seas now — punished for buying quality

No tip down clip. Sad face. I like tip down on little g'man knives to attach keys/trinkets to in the bottom of my pocket.

the only problem I see with the crkt production version in the pivot screw is on the wrong side , I know that's just me trying to find a problem but I have a Spyderco tenacious and it's the same way and it was a little tuff to get the blade centered after cleaning

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