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The QSP Knives Penguin Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review

Today, we’ll take a look at a knife that combines some nice micarta with a pretty reasonable blade, all for a pretty excellent price: The QSP Penguin.

14 replies on “The QSP Knives Penguin Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review”

It was weird. Mine literally arrived in the post today and your vid pops up on my feed. Happy coincidence!!!!!!
I'm loving the "Jean" Micarta and the deep carry.
I brought this one as I love my cheaper QSP Parrot.
Cheers

I got mine delivered to my door for $25 from Drop.com. At $25, the Penguin is an amazing knife. The action on mine is nearly drop shut and, in my collection, second only to my Skaha II.

I bought one but ultimately preferred the old timer landshark which is a smaller sheepsfoot slipjoint that hides in pocket while my regular edc knife is clipped to the pocket. I like it for opening packages/boxes or slicing a piece of paper down to a post it size when I want to take a quick note.

One of the best budget knives of 2020. Take this review with a grain of salt. This knife is great.

This is the only reviewer on YouTube that doesn’t like the penguin🤷🏻‍♂️

Chinese manufacturing spec consistency is a myth/risk. I’d rather save the money on five Chinese knives and buy one from a reputable manufacturer.

Where else can you get micarta and D2 for 30 bucks? Everything else comparable is 50 or more. Most of the knives you mentioned are cheap plastic scales at 30 range.

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