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The Ruike P801 Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review

Today, we’ll take a look at the P801, an interesting piece from a relatively new maker, Ruike knives.

11 replies on “The Ruike P801 Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review”

As much as I hated to do it to such a beautiful stretch of stainless steel, I put black rubber adhesive backed Gear Gripez in strategic places. It works. They're available from Fenix-Store.com.

My knife(Ray-Kuh) is centered perfectly and operates very smoothly. I buff it up twice a month with a Ceramic rod, you can shave with it. No problems yet.

When you read "Drogheda" (a city in Ireland) you'd never think it's called "draw-dah" or the female first name "Saoirse" is pronounced "Shor-shah". So, the idea of spelling something "ruike" but having it pronounced "rake" doesn't necessarily need to be Chinese, it could also be Irish.

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