Categories knife review The Demko Knives AD-20 Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review Post author By Theresa Pittman Post date September 10, 2020 27 Comments on The Demko Knives AD-20 Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review Today, we’ll take a look at a knife that’s big, beefy, and excellent: the Demko Knives AD-20. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike Loading... ← The RINO Companion Survival System- Is it Worth US$400? → Kansept Kryo Folding Knife – Overview and Review 27 replies on “The Demko Knives AD-20 Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review” Nick. You are a large knife guy stuck in a small knife guy world. Loading... beautiful looking mechanism and awesome knife Loading... Love the lock, hate the price. I'll wait for the CS version. Loading... WE Malice blue bronze titanium version looks better, feels better, cuts better, less expensive, and is just as tough. Much respect to Nick for appreciating this AD-20 design in terms that it isn't built for use in his specific lifestyle. I run into knives all the damn time that I l know I could never realistically use everyday, or even on vacation, but like Nick occasionally says, "Just take my damn money." I love all different types of knives. Loading... Thank you for using a micrometer to measure the blade thickness properly!!! You made my day sir! ❤️ Loading... Almost a half pound for the Ti ? It’s a damn boat anchor! Loading... Did you post then take down this video? some comments are from 3 weeks ago and claim they managed to order one after seeing this 🤔 Loading... Looks heavy Loading... Nick came clean at 16:36 He is in fact insaneNick what a gem of a personEven if he is insane Loading... Demko is the proven master of new lock systems. I would love to see a full comparison with the AD10. And a production version of this one.Thanks for this great long vid on a bigger knife! Loading... So I guess another 5 years until we see the AD-25 Loading... It seems comparable to Snecx’s Super-Lock Loading... This is the way. Loading... I love my g10 20cv as well. It's also the largest folding knive I own but it doesn't feel large when operating. It's like shaq in the paint. Loading... Is it crazy that I think this knife looks TOO utilitarian? Loading... You can get more info about me on my channel 😍💋 💝💖❤️ Loading... You mentioned patterns…the real pattern here is that basically anytime someone makes an unapologetically too-big knife relatively well (I’m thinking all the way back to the original ZT Sinkevich monster), you love it. You’re a size queen masquerading as a #bias for small knives guy. And that’s ok. But the easiest way to earn gem status with you is make an impractically large knife and make it well. Always elicits, I’m so surprised, but I’m in love with this knife. Loading... Cold steel please. I need one. Please. Loading... I have a g10 custom in the mail. It has a higher hollow grind so I think that is a big plus! Cant wait, couple more days! Loading... This knife is hands down my favorite knife that I own. Simply exquisite. If they ever make anymore MG AD15s I’m all over it. Loading... Half of these comments say 3 weeks ago? Loading... At this point I can just start carrying my Böker fixed blades. They are probably lighter. Loading... This knife should be compared to the ridiculously big Cold Steel Voyager lol Loading... I got one … I love the shark lock … I gonna need a bigger boat Loading... Ugly and they look like gas station knives. Loading... If you can’t handle all of your edc tasks with a medieval great sword then don’t even @me Loading... This knife on bearings is like a Jeep Rubicon on race tires. Most owners would probably not notice a difference since most Jeeps go to the store 10000x More often than the trail and most Demkos are idly flicked open and closed 10000x more than they are put too "hard use", but it still runs counter to the entire projected utility of the product. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.